My partner and I take pride in how scrub the people I was with and I keep the inside of our house. Many people who mop and vacuum officially and also have no clutter anywhere in sight will forgo consistent dusting and will have a visible layer of it all over their windows, counters, surfaces, and furniture throughout their home. It will be recognizably visible on black objects adore cable and iPad screens. In our house, the people I was with and I even keep the surfaces inside dusted at least twice a week. I suppose it’s safe to say that calling our home “spotless” would not be an overstatement at all, it easily is that scrub inside. So when the people I was with and I started finding dust all over the home every single morning all of a sudden, the people I was with and I both were upset over what the source could be. All of us couldn’t imagine what could have changed since our habits were the same and the people I was with and I were cleaning as officially as the people I was with and I ever had in the past. All of us spent more than one severely stressful weeks speaking to various professionals on the iPhone and using uncommon chemicals to scrub throughout the home before the people I was with and I found the source of the problem. Unfortunately, the people I was with and I have our air return for our undefined right at floor level on a wall near our front door. As I was taking out the trash a few mornings ago, I noticed that a crucial chunk of the weather stripping that creates a seal underneath the door every time it is shut was mostly torn off and barely still affixed to the door. This effectively created a crucial half inch thick air gap underneath our front door for dirt and dust to blow in through the night. When your air return is a few feet away and drawing in always, all of this extra dirt and dust goes straight into the Heating, Ventilation and A/C program and then is sprinkled on every surface as it leaves your air vents. After fixing the weather stripping and cleaning up around the front door for the last time, it seems as though our home is finally back to normal.