Okay, cleaning is not my favorite thing. I have paid someone to do it in the past and will again when finances allow.
But I did grow up in a very, very clean home and I know how to do it properly and well. I am also trying to teach my kids how to do it well, although probably not with the consistency or frequency that would be desirable.
In my mother's house dusting/cleaning walls, baseboards, doorframes, etc., were part of the weekly cleaning. I have never done them this frequently, but still manage to do them with some frequency. (As an aside, I was shocked to discover, after almost a year, that my cleaning lady didn't dust the door frames!)
So baseboards are done on the hard floors each time I sweep--almost daily--on the carpeted areas every month or so. Door frames about once a month. But the walls have been neglected because we have high-ish ceilings and I have not had much success with the fuzzy duster implements. They drop the dust everywhere else. I hate standing on something. So it just hasn't been done much.
So this morning I had a brainstorm: the Swiffers with the extendable handles, which I already had for my floor. This worked absolutely beautifully and now all of my walls are dusted! (This may seem obvious to some of you, but I was thrilled.)