Reusable Swiffer dusters

January 23, 2017   /   bynicole  / Categories :  Feeds
As much as I love the disposable Swiffer dusters, I just can't do it anymore--all that trash!  I've recently switched to washable microfiber pads for my Swiffer sweeper, and after doing a search for reusable dusters that I could sew, I came across this tutorial at Sew Much Ado. The process is so easy, and I've documented it in photos here, with some variations from the original tutorial.

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