Why Swiffer Dusters are Easier and Faster Than Wet Dusting
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Saving time while dusting begins with two things:
Gravity and Swiffer Dusters. Some people think you have to take your entire living room apart before you dust. But what do you do when you’re short on time, but long on dust?
Always start dusting at the top, and work your way down. That way you’re not cleaning up the same dust twice.
For high, out-of-reach spaces like ceiling fans and tops of shelves, try 360 Dusters Extender. It has an extendable handle and traps and locks dust while generic feather dusters can just spread it around.
Unlike a wet rag, 180 Dusters traps and locks dust without using water or other wet solutions. It easily gets into all of those difficult spaces without having to move anything around—and it’s safe to use on your TV and other electronics.<
No matter which model you use, Dusters’ specially-coated fibers put an end to your dust problems. You might say we’re attracted to dust—or at least, it’s attracted to us.
Once you’re done, just remove the fluffy fibers and replace with a Swiffer Dusters refill.
Cleans deep into grooves and extends up to three feet to trap and lock up to 3X more dust than a feather duster.
This amazing all-around design cleans deep into grooves to trap and lock up to 3X more dust than a feather duster.
Traps and locks 2X more dust than a feather duster on virtually any surface for a great clean.
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