By Marilyn Syarto
Imagine turning on your ceiling fan to have the rotating blades throw dust and pollen all over your room. Odds are, if you run your ceiling fan regularly and haven’t cleaned it in a few months, this is likely the case.
Learning how to clean ceiling fans will keep that from happening. And, if your fan is wobbly when it’s on, excess dust build-up on blades and in the motor may be the culprit, according to The Home Depot. If you have a lighted ceiling fan, cleaning it will help brighten up the room, too.
It can definitely be daunting to look up and wonder how in the world you’re going to reach that contraption to get it sparkling clean; it might even be enough to keep you from using your fan. We gathered all the tips and tricks to make your ceiling fan an efficient source of refreshing air and bright light rather than a convenient perch for floating dust.