It's Time To Bust Out Your Fan—Just Make Sure You Clean It First
As things heat up, it's time to get your fan out for the season.
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Summer is right around the corner, and as things heat up, it's time to bust out those fans for the season. But before you get yours up and running, you might want to clean it first. If you haven't used your fan in a while, odds are it's collected a fair bit of dust—and who wants dusty air blowing around the room?
From box fans to ceiling fans, to small table fans, they should all get a good cleaning once in a while. To find out how to best refresh them, we asked Becky Rapinchuk of Clean Mama for her go-to method. Here's what she had to say.
What you'll need:
Note: Ceiling fans can be cleaned using this method as well, and a traditional duster would also work.
Fans are a godsend in the heat, especially if you don't have air conditioning. But when they've been sitting in storage all winter, it's important to give them a good cleaning before turning them on. This easy method shouldn't take longer than a few minutes, and you can ensure all that cool air is as fresh as possible.