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When your duct cleaning job is finished, you'll want to insure that the duct system is sealed and free from leaks--this can help prevent dirt and dust from entering your duct system. Do a "post duct cleaning" visual inspection of the entire ductwork of your home or office. If you find holes, cracks or other leaky areas, you can seal them with caulk or fiberglass tape. Don't use duct tape, as it tends to loose its adhesive and come loose easily. You can use some kind of special tape or "mastic" to seal those leaky sections. You can also consider replacing that length of duct of the leaks are severe. Once the duct cleaning job is done, give your duct system a tune up!