Most people own a lint roller. These handy, sticky rolls likely live in a drawer until they are needed. You probably don’t need a lint roller very often unless you are the unfortunate soul who wears a lot of black and owns a Golden Retriever. Then, you probably use a lint roller several times a day. The same is true if you wear white but own a black cat. Most people, however, only need their lint roller occasionally. After they use it, it gets tossed back into the drawer for weeks or months. You can use your lint roller more often than that, though, if you use it as a duster.
Lint rollers are made for picking up hair and fuzzies that attach themselves to wool coats and nice suits. The same sticky coating that allows a lint roller to keep your coat clean, however, can also be used to pick up dirt and dust from a couch or bookshelf. Save yourself the sneezing fit that comes when you use a feather duster and kick up all the dust. Simply run a lint roller over your furniture to get the dust up.