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- May 29, 2003 at 4:11 am #249480
So last week I asked a question about the swiffer and
if I can use something other than the disposable towel
things that come with it. SOmeone said that I can use
a baby diaper. A few days ago I finally opened the
swiffer and used it, I guess the disposable cloths you
use with it are electro or static electric or
something so they attract the dust and sand etc. But
after using it I had a small pile of larger particles
that I had to sweep up with my dust pan. So Im
wondering what is the point of a swiffer, is it just
because a normal broom will not pick up the super tiny
stuff?? For some reason I thought it would make my
cleaning a little easier. I also thought that the
disposable towels that you buy for them were just
paper towels, but they’re not, so how is it any
better. Also you can buy Swiffer wets to mop but if
there is no small scrubbie on the mop how is it any
better than a regular rectangular mop? Maybe Im just
not clear on the benefits of a swiffer vs a mop. Kathy
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