Ahh, office cleaning! You are probably not a big fan of it and it is easy to see why. After all, who has the time for dusting around the office space, considering how hectic and crazy a working week can be, a real madness! However, you know very well that a dusty, decluttered and untidy office definitely does not make a good first impression and when it comes to business and clients, leaving a positive impression is very, very important. You may not believe it, but recent studies share that more than 80% of the customers will judge your professionalism and working attitude based on the way your office looks like and how clean it is. It is crazy how people notice all the details, right?

No matter what you may already have an office building cleaning, building maintenance or professional window cleaning team visiting you once every week, dust and dirt are definitely not going to wait for the next visit and they will appear and start building up the next day after the thorough professional cleaning. Although it is your responsibility to maintain the tidiness and cleanliness at the office, worry not, because of there a number of methods for a quick dusting that will do perfectly as maintenance as well as simple cleaning products that help a lot. Even better, there are a lot of DIY dusting spray receipts around the Internet that are cheap and will fit the office budget perfectly, also very effective! Today we are going to share with you one the best home-made dusting spray receipts, but be sure to have a look at more ideas here.

While a microfiber cloth all by itself is usually enough for a quick dusting around the office, there are occasions when a dusting spray is called for and you will be amazed by for long the effect will linger. Plus, the receipt we are going to share with you will leave the whole office fresh-smelling and really enjoyable. What you are going to need as ingredients and supplies include:

  • 1 cup of water
  • ΒΌ cup vinegar (because the vinegar will successfully cut through grime and grease and get the dirt loosen)
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil (adds a lot of shine and it is perfect for additional protection for wooden surfaces)
  • 10-15 drops of lemon essential oil (besides the fresh and enjoyable scent, lemon essential oil has also naturally antibacterial abilities; you can replace the lemon with grapefruit, wild orange, tangerine or bergamot essential oils, they all have that zesty and fresh scent)
  • Spray bottle

Everything you need to do is mixing all the ingredients in the spray bottle and shake. Each time before use, be sure to shake the bottle since water and oil do not mix. You can use the mixture by directly spraying it onto furniture and buffing it off with a clean and dry cloth. That is all really, it is easy, it does not take a lot of time and it is by all means very cheap alternative.