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Make Your Own Swiffer Dusters

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Let me take a moment to tell you that I love my swiffer duster. I don't, however, love the expense of buying the swiffer refills. If you know much about fleece, then you know it loves to grab lint, dog fur, dust, you name it. That's why fleece is perfect for this project. If you don't have old fleece clothes to upcycle, you can just use fleece scraps. It doesn't take a lot of fleece or a lot of time to make these.
Time: 15 Minutes Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy
  • make your own swiffer dusters, cleaning tips, diy, repurposing upcycling
First, I measured a real swiffer duster. It measures approximate 4"x7". I cut my fleece into 4 - 4"x7" rectangles.
Take 2 rectangles and lay them on top of one another wrong sides together. Some fleece is hard to tell which side is right and which is wrong but these pants had an obvious right side.
  • make your own swiffer dusters, cleaning tips, diy, repurposing upcycling
Sew a line straight down the middle long ways, starting and stopping about 1/2" from the edge of the fabric.
  • make your own swiffer dusters, cleaning tips, diy, repurposing upcycling
Next sew a straight line parallel to the center line about 3/4"-1" from the center. Repeat this step in the other side of the center line. You should end up with 3 straight lines sewn 3/4"-1" apart running the length of the 2 rectangles. Confused yet? The photos should help.
  • make your own swiffer dusters, cleaning tips, diy, repurposing upcycling
Using your scissors or rotary cutter, cut every half inch down the sides of these 2 rectangles coming close to the outer line of stitching but do not cut the stitches.
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