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  1. #1
    Lisa
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    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    Hi everyone,



    I enjoy using disposable Clorox Mopping pads. It's great to just toss

    the pad in the trash instead of dealing with a cumbersome mop and

    bucket.



    Has anyone been able to come up with a substitute for disposable

    mopping pads?



    Lisa









  2. #2
    Jennifer Kittell
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?


    Yeah, I just us an old hand towel and stick it in the washer
    when I’m done.


    Jennifer
    Kittell







  3. #3
    dyankee1995
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    Yes! I bought some microfiber cloths at Sam's and cut them to fit my

    wet mop. I just throw them in the washer and reuse.



    Debbie



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Lisa" <lisac1966@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hi everyone,

    >

    > I enjoy using disposable Clorox Mopping pads. It's great to just

    toss

    > the pad in the trash instead of dealing with a cumbersome mop and

    > bucket.

    >

    > Has anyone been able to come up with a substitute for disposable

    > mopping pads?

    >

    > Lisa










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    passiondivas@aol.com
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    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?


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    Hi!

    I have found...completely by accident that the dry swiffer cleaning pads can be machine washed...I put them in with my whites...mind you are only good for a couple washings...however it works great!!

    I also have a spray bottle with Lysol and water...that I spray on the pad...and clean the floor that way...

    Lately I found Ammonia...from the dollar store...a gallon of it...also works great in the spray bottles...and really makes my floor shine...
    I have Tile in my Kitchen, Dining, Foyer and mud room...and it gets into the grout and looks great!! Not to mention the Ammonia that I bought has a nice refreshing scent that also makes the whole house smell squeaky clean...

    Hope that helps...

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  5. #5
    Sharon Young
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    I crochet a "shrug" for my swiiffer using worsted weight cotton yarn.



    Can you make your own "homemade" swiffer cleaner to refill the bottle?

    I haven't tried that.



    sharon








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    ~me
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    Yes sorry if its a repeat ....I read on one of the post in my groups that microfiber clothes [get mine 2-$1 at the dollar store] are great and reusable ....I have tried them and REALLY love them, I put it on with a safety pin <span style="font-style: italic;">if needed I think the Sifter handle -you dont need them, they clean things easily and no
    dealing with a cumbersome mop and bucket. they wash up well and the cost cant be beat


    Lisa <lisac1966@verizon.net> wrote: Hi everyone,

    I enjoy using
    disposable Clorox Mopping pads. It's great to just toss
    the pad in the trash instead of dealing with a cumbersome mop and
    bucket.

    Has anyone been able to come up with a substitute for disposable
    mopping pads?

    Lisa

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  7. #7
    Donna Basil
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    What I do for my swiffer is I bought a spray bottle for less than a dollar, and put my cleaner (Mr clean, or whatever I can get pretty cheap) into the bottle and spray it onto the floor and then go at it with myswiffer.

    Donna

    --- On Wed, 8/6/08, Sharon Young <moonflower5985@yahoo.com> wrote:

    From: Sharon Young <moonflower5985@yahoo.com>
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Wednesday, August 6, 2008, 10:31 PM


    <DIV id="yiv1608500925">

    I crochet a "shrug" for my swiiffer using worsted weight cotton yarn.

    Can you make your own "homemade" swiffer cleaner to refill the bottle?
    I haven't tried that.

    sharon






  8. #8
    Lucy Anderson
    Guest

    Default Swiffer Wet Refills or Clorox Mopping Pads?

    Pattern please?



    I found these:

    http://gherkinsbucket.files.wordpres...iffershrug.pdf



    http://gherkinsbucket.files.wordpres...rdusterwig.pdf







    On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 7:31 PM, Sharon Young <moonflowercom>wrote:



    > I crochet a "shrug" for my swiiffer using worsted weight cotton yarn.



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