As much as I like to clean. And as much as I love to have my house sparkling, I do hate to dust.
And you know what? I really don’t even understand dust. Where does it come from? And how does a room that no one uses even get dusty?And I have one bookshelf in my house that must be made of some miracle wood, because there is never any dust on it.
I am considering furnishing my entire house by purchasing several of those bookshelves.
Anyway, I have used everything to dust – a sock, microfiber cloths and those Swifter cloths. But I recently bought a feather duster.
And that AHA music suddenly began to play.
It cuts dusting time in half. And the best part – kids love to use it. Every time I take it out, my daughter offers to help. And while she doesn’t do a fantastic job, anything is better than the inch high layer of dust on my nightstand.
Did I mention they’re cheap?
|I just love that this one extends 3-6 feet. Why? Because apparently you’re supposed to clean ceiling fans. And it’s only $29.|
|This is a “Premium Ostrich” duster for $15.78. I guess that means the feathers come from the fastest ostrich, which is harder to catch so they charge more.|
|$11 and it’s made of lambswool. I’m not sure what that means, but it’s only $11!
|This one is perfect if your need to dust and your husband has a thing for you in a French maid getup.|