Make Your Own Reusable Swiffer Cloths!

Tidy Friday 7 days ago
I use my Swiffer sweeper a whole lot and buying those disposable cloths can really add up. Here's a way to make your self a whole bunch of cloths that can be washed and reused, quickly and very inexpensively!

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  • Darlene Brown Rasheed
    i use old wash clothes or cheap ones the fleece will be good for dusting ..
  • Val
    Val Canada
    You had me at "two minutes flat". Now I know what to do with my fleece scraps. What's fun about these is that they're cute! Val
  • Nichol
    Nichol Mishawaka, IN
    any ideas of how to attach a cloth to a swiffer that uses the Velcro pads?
  • Glad E Olah
    Glad E Olah Jackson, MO
    What a great idea! I am going to try this!
  • Ann Edmondson
    Ann Edmondson Canton, TX
    You could even dress them up with different colors and give as gifts at the holidays. My daughter has one of the mop types that uses a canister for cleaning. Now I know what to make her for Christmas!
  • Dana J Grant
    Dana J Grant Winnemucca, NV
    I buy the fiber cloths from Walmart, they come in a pack of 15 for $10.00 the work perfect and you can use them for the siffer as well as other things, Make a perfect cloth for cleaning and dusting washing windows,
  • Liliana Wells
    Liliana Wells Jackson, GA
    Done that!
  • Loyola Siep
    Loyola Siep Nokomis, FL
    What fabric is this?
  • Tim D. (The Retro Den)
    Tim D. (The Retro Den) Virginia Beach, VA
    I do the same thing and also used those heavy duty fibre type paper towels... Great idea!
  • Sherrie
    Sherrie Nixa, MO
    This is a great idea!
  • Debra Thommen Reynolds
    Loyola Siep, it's fleece
  • Louise
    Louise Tacoma, WA
    Those single socks that have lost their mate or those with worn out elastic work really well also!
  • Maureen
    Maureen Mechanicsville, VA
    I buy dry swiffer cloths at dollar store. 20 for $1.00
  • Carroll B
    Carroll B Moultrie, GA
    Great idea. Thanks for passing on
  • Barbara McQuiddy
    I have been doing this for years. I use the microfiber cloths and they clean up the dry stuff, not so good wet though. I am going to try fleece and see if it works. Thanks for the tip.
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