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Old 01-10-2011, 01:17 PM  
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Default How can I reduce the dust in my room?

We change the filter everymonth,shoes come off, and for some reason, there is TONS of dust, ONLY in my room. I accumulates on my computer screen and TV, it gets really annoying.I vacume and dust allot but it keeps coming back within an hour.


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Welcome to House Repair Talk. By chance are you using a humidifier?


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Heat from the the computer stuff creates air flow that is different than any other room and the static attract dust. I too am hoping someone has a suggestion.
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Have you tried a stand-alone air filtration unit?
I run a Holmes air purifier in my room and it seems to work well.
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I dont think it can ever be totally avoided, I just do my weekly minimal cleaning to avoid build up of dusts
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What type heat do you use? If it's forsed hot air then buy a better grade Hepa filter. An electronic static filter should be able to be added to the return air line, run a humidifirer. Add filters to eash of your floor registers. There sold at Lowes, HD any hardware store.


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