Do you ever wake up on a Sunday morning, sleepily stumble downstairs to go watch your favorite Sunday cartoon, only to be confronted with a layer of dust on your entertainment system? Have no fear, with the right products and the right strategies, you can kiss this dust goodbye!
First of all, you’re going to need the right gear to get the job done. First up on the list: micro-fiber clothes. These are key, as you need something super soft to prevent scratching your TV screen. Next, you’ll want to pick up a can of compressed air. And finally you’ll need a bottle of furniture polish. Once you get those three items, you’re all set!
Again, this isn’t a difficult task, and takes absolutely zero skill to accomplish. Start with your micro-fiber cloth and wipe away dust on the major surfaces of your entertainment system. You don’t want to shake out the dust from the cloth in the room of the system, instead shake off the dust over a garbage can to rid it forever. When the cloth gets covered in dust, don’t keep dusting! Shake off the dust and then continue. When moving to your TV, be very gentle. You don’t want to push onto the screen at all, and you don’t want to scratch the screen. Use your micro-fiber cloth, and take it slow!
Once you’ve dusted everywhere you can with the cloth, use the compressed air to spray out any dust in the nooks and crannies of the system. Warning: this will cause dust particles to fly into the air, be sure the cover your eyes. Spray away any dust you can, and then wipe up any remaining dust with a cloth. This part is actually quite fun!
You’re almost done with this ever so daunting task. The final step is to add some furniture polish onto your system and shine that baby up. Add a decent amount of polish, but don’t overload it. In circular motions, buff out the polish with your micro-fiber cloth. Now not only is your entertainment system dust free, it also looks shiny and new!
Now you can watch your Sunday cartoons in dust-free peace. Stay on top of this! You don’t want to let dust build up. It’s unsightly and can damage your TV. Have fun, and go get that dust!