Dusting - Cleaning Supplies
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Thu Nov 11 00:00:00 MST 2010meanmrmustard Rating:5.0
This dusting cloth is the best product of it's kind. I use it for my job, and the equipment I service can get pretty dusty. The dust just sticks to it like a magnet. I can then take it outside, shake off the dust, and use it many times over. Highly recommended for any, and all office equipment.
Fri Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2010wolfbane20 Rating:5.0
We use these where I work to clean floors without creating dust. I was so impress we them that I bought some for home. If you have hardwood floors, vinyl, or tiles you will like the way these cloth pick up dust and hair . They work 10 times better than the crap in the store. The mop is sold by Rubbermaid and it is made of wood and hard plastic with a foam pad, unlike the flimsy metal pole they sell in store the mop is designed to be used a long time. It only takes 1 sheet of the cloth torn in half to do a whole floor.
Fri May 27 00:00:00 MDT 2011ctpatspc Rating:5.0
We use these cloths similar to how you would use a tack cloth. Easier to work with, picks up dust nicely. One must be careful though of wood splinters/rough spots that can pick up yellow lint. Using these on clear coats must be looked at very closely before spraying over yellow lint. They last longer than tack cloths, can be blown out to reuse. I keep one at my computer too to dust periodically also. Dust away!!!
Mon Dec 31 00:00:00 MST 2012karyn517 Rating:5.0
My mom and I have been buying these dust rags for many years now, but from a local shop. Well, they moved to an area that we do not feel comfortable going to so I went online and I am happy to say that I found them here at O.com! Yippee. LOL If you have never used these before please do yourself a favor and buy them. If you think they are way too big, do what we do and cut them to the size you want. They are the best dust rag we have ever used, and DO NOT FORGET to stretch them before you use them. That's what they are all about. Also, they are lightly treated so the dust really does cling to the rag. The price is more than fair.
Wed Sep 14 00:00:00 MDT 2011gspotting Rating:5.0
We have a 55' LED. It would always show dust and finger prints. We tried what the manufacture suggested it was so-so. My wife found this on OS sowe tried it, it is amazing! It even came with a special cloth. Forget about using any thing else.This stuff works!
Wed May 26 00:00:00 MDT 2010pittpens87 Rating:5.0
The name of the product says it all! The pads are perforated into little pieces but you can use as many as you need to fit onto your own swifter or whatever you choose to use. It works great on wooden floors picking up dust, dirt, leaves, hair, crumbs even bugs! It is one of a kind and truley worth the money! You will actually enjoy cleaning your floors!
Fri Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 2009melrox Rating:5.0
I have lots of wood and tile floors. Having a swiffer max is invaluable for daily floor cleaning done really quickly. Getting refills has been harder and harder - so its wonderful that Overstock has this product. Swiffer Max picks up all the pet hair, dust, small crumbs and is about 3x wider than a regular swiffer, so I can get done fast!
Tue Aug 16 00:00:00 MDT 2011fwammy Rating:4.0
It was not as stretchy as other products I've used. But it seems to be working and since I had to buy 100 I will have for a very long time!
Thu May 08 00:00:00 MDT 2008drb65 Rating:5.0
Chix are the industry standard and purchased from Overstock you get the best price including shipping that you can find.
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