Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths

By: Abby from Sew much Ado
Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths
Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths

All you need to make these Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths is some scrap flannel, thread, and a Swiffer duster handle. Stop spending money buying disposable duster cloths and whip up one of your own! This DIY Swiffer duster is machine-washable and picks up just as much dust as the store-bought original.

All you have to do is throw it into the washing machine when you've finished! If you are looking for a budget-friendly way to use your sewing expertise to keep your house clean and organized, this easy sewing project is the one for you!

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. I love this idea mostly because you get the benefits from those store bought refills and without ever having to buy them again. We live in a use and toss era. Being green is being responsible.

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Excellent idea. I am a fan of being green. I try to recycle everything and if I am unable, I place the items in my recyle bin. I don't like using harsh chemicals either, so here we have a win-win. The next time I'm in the fabric store, I will grab a fiew pieces of "flannel" lol.

Love this reusable Swiffer Duster cloth project! Made one using flannel scraps and it came out exactly as I had hoped. The pattern is easy to print out and the tutorial is clear and understandable. I will have to make several more to keep on hand as they are great dusters.

Love this! Thank you! No more spending money and putting more trash in the landfill.... ) 5 star rating

I want to make the reusable Swiffer duster but do not have a handle from one. What else can I use?

I would try using the handle cut from a milk jug.


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