I confess, I love my Swiffer. It’s lightweight and collapses down so small. I can tuck it out of the way and I don’t have to keep a smelly bacteria-soaked mop around. When I am done, I don’t have to spend time more time “cleaning” the cleaning supplies. I do not love that it uses disposable pads. Fortunately, reusable machine-washable Swiffer pads are easy to come by.
This is a topic that has had some great coverage on Re-nest, including the following posts:
You can also make your own:
- Use old dish towels, rags, and even shirts trimmed to size and tucked into the grabbers.
- Knit your own, gives you a little more tooth to scrub with.
Or buy pre-made:
Related: Non-Toxic Cleaning Solution for Swiffer WetJets
(Images: 1. skybox from etsy; 2. Amber Byfield; 3. Carrie McBride; 4. knittingpirate.com; 5. uniquely more from etsy)