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For dust, I got all preventive and science-y.
So, your house has filters. Step 1: Actually replace these regularly. I know, you probably forget this a bunch, but buy the cheap filters and do it once a month. Keeps the whole place lacking in dust.
Step 2: Buy an Air Cleaner that is oversized for the room you're putting the toys in. These things are designed to keep out tiny allergens - dust is no problem.
Step 3: If you have pets, don't let them in, and keep the door shut.
Through this, I've noticed negligible dust collection on shelves over stuff that's been up there for 10 months. Higher shelves are problematic for me as the Air Cleaner only has so much range and the A/C vents are on the ceiling of the room. So some dust does get through.
Prevention goes a long way, and it most definitely isn't perfect, but when I do want to dust it's not nearly as bad as it could be.