Dust is the bane of my existence.  As many of you already know, our house is very very old.  Almost 200 years old.  What you may not know is that we live too close to a very busy road. 

If we could pick the house up and move it to the back of our property, quiet would abound – and the dust wouldn’t be as annoying.  With all the Speedy Gonzales’ whizzing by at all hours of the day and night, our house tends to suck up the road dust like nobody’s business. 

Add to that the forced air furnace resides in the non-finished dusty basement pushing more dust through the ducts, we tend to be inundated.  Case in point, the dust you see here is only a week’s worth of dust collection:

OK, fine – that’s actually two weeks worth.  I skipped dusting for a week because I knew these were coming, and I wanted to give them a true workout.  Or I just chose to avoid the dust like a plague.  Either way, these were a welcome sight:

Yes indeed, those are six cans of the awesomeness of Endust. Half a dozen reasons not to put off the chore of dusting any longer.  I decided to give it the ultimate test on that annoyingly thick layer of dust, and was very happy with the end result:

Ahhhhh. That’s better.  I love the scent – it’s a very pleasant lemony sent, not chemically smelling or annoying – the whole house smelled great after I tackled the rest of the dust I’d been avoiding.  I especially loved that since I tend not to spray the area to be dusted but spray the rag I’m using instead (especially around electronics) I was able to wipe up the dust without having to go over it more than once.  Such a time saver.

In addition to the scent and ease of use, Endustwants to end the days of dusting alone with a series of videos featuring Debbie and Doug Dusterson as they find unique and saucy ways to dust off not only their furniture, but also their relationship. By using Endust, they can get dusting off their plate quickly leaving more time to participate in fun, enjoyable activities. 

Check out this funny video (bonus – watch the video and receive a $1 coupon, or share the video and receive a $2 coupon):

Meet Doug and Debbie our fearless new dusting duo. They use Endust because it’s so fast and easy, that it helps them move on to more important things. They’ve even discovered ways to turn dusting drudgery into debauchery. Don’t miss the latest Endust-inspired antics of the Dustersons and their family.

With these progressively outrageous videos, the Dusterson’s show how Endust helps you end dust quickly to start living sooner. Be sure to keep checking back, because new videos will be added as the Dusterson’s give a whole new meaning to 50 Shades of Clean.

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How do you keep dust under control?



I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Endust. I received a product sample to facilitate my post and a promotional item to thank me for participating. All opinions are mine and not influenced by outside sources. See my Disclosure Policy here.


  1. Hi Stacy,

    I’ve been using this endust also for years. We also live near the road and no matter how I try to clean regularly, I still cant get rid of them. This is also very important to me since my kid is asthmatic and should try to avoid getting too exposed with dusts.
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  2. I do not stand with dust, it would make me sneeze. So it can be guessed a job that I hate the most is cleaning, especially cleaning a dusty old barn.

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