The fundamental problem central to the question is the management of dust which is inevitable in any inhabited space as most of the dust consist of shed human skin cells. Although it might seem desirable, rejecting the dust by any means merely decreases the air quality in the space; using charge repulsion results in the deposition of dust elsewhere with potentially equally undesirable results and until it "sticks" to something, it still diminishes the air quality. Thus, managing rather than fighting the problem becomes the only option.
The easiest is to use a cotton/spandex cover such as these (Outer Space Ceiling Fan Blade Covers by Fan Blade Designs -these are mostly polyester so they will hold a static charge unfortunately) and a pillow case. Roll the pillow case (the longer king size work best) like one would a sock and carefully put it over the cover. Remove both but DO NOT SEPARATE and proceed in turn to each blade. Place both items as one into a washing machine and select a long cycle. Stop the cycle when the water has reached the top and separate the two underwater so as to maintain the air quality of the space. A plastic bag can be used temporarily when access to the washer is not direct; however, still place both in the bag, do not separate them.
To further improve the quality of air in the room, a velcro patch may be sown into the portion of the fan blade cover that faces upward and a block shaped ceiling fan air filter such as those made by BestAir can be attached to it. This will capture a great deal of dust and can easily be removed with the previous method without modification. It is my understanding that neither will compromise airflow in the summer and that while the block may disrupt airflow during the winter, it does not do so to such an extent as to alter the basic function of the fan.
I imagine this solution is far from what is desired in as much as it is both low tech and only elegant in appearance rather than substance. Nevertheless, it is effective, inexpensive, and home decor friendly. This last may seem insubstancial to a single person; however, anyone either married or in a long term committed relationship will tell you, it is not an idle consideration.
There are other options; however, these do not involve the fan directly while still only managing the dust in the air albeit in an entirely different manner without eliminating the cleaning. Whilst the cleaning is made more convenient and cleaner in terms of the air in the room, the original condition has not changed; nevertheless, having tried a number of options, I am convinced that no method involving repelling the dust will work without making dust stick unintentionally to other surfaces and making these surfaces harder to clean resulting in no net benefit.