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  • Brandy Staker

    Reusable dusters for use on a Swiffer duster handle! Made from micro fleece, but I think I will try to make them our of microfiber, works even better than the disposables and they can be washed and reused over and over.

  • Lisa King

    Reusable Swiffer dusters! Made from micro fleece, works even better than the disposables and they can be washed and reused over and over. Good idea as the disposables are so expensive!

  • Heather Theis

    I have so many fleece blankets that I don't use...gonna turn one into these: Reusable Swiffer dusters made from micro fleece, works even better than the disposables and they can be washed and reused over and over.

  • Debbie Salgado

    DIY washable swiffer dusters and other good ideas for DIY cleaning stuff!

  • SouthernMissy

    Reusable Homemade Swiffer Dusters Made From Micro Fleece

  • Kristin Alderman

    Reusable Swiffer dusters. Made from micro fleece - what a money saver!

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Another great use for old t-shirts. I found a bunch of new Hanes t-shirts in assorted colors at Goodwill. I should probably pick up a few and make some belts.

These reusable DIY swiffer duster cloths are eco-friendly unlike the disposable ones. Plus they save you money!