Make Reusable Swiffer Covers » Dollar Store Crafts
In the spirit of spring cleaning, I offer Merwing-Little Dear’s super-easy tutorial for making your own Swiffer duster covers! When you’re done using them, toss ’em into the laundry! Now you have no excuse for not mopping and dusting! Evil, I know! You can make them out of fleece blankets from the dollar store, or […]
Make Your Own Reusable Swiffer Cloths! | The Creek Line House
This maybe my favorite little home-keeping pearl of wisdom ever. I love my swiffer. It’s so easy to use and lightweight and it picks up every little bit of everything from every nook and cranny of my floors. With 2 cats running around here now, I can easily use it 4 or 5 times a […]
How To Recycle Old Bath Towels
We do all have bath towels in our cupboards, and some of the areas of a towel may be worn out than the others, ripped off or just don't quite fit anymore to repair. So what can we do with them? Before thinking of throwing away the whole towel, how about giving them a second life. Remember that the newer parts of the bath towel can still be recycled in many ways. Now take a look below! image credits image credits image credits image credits image credits image credits image credits image…
recycled t-shirt dishcloths! - KNITTING
recycled t-shirt dishcloths! - KNITTING - I am super excited about this.I have a lot of clothing laying around that i dont wear anymore. I usually donate it, but this year as im hard on cash,
Washable Swiffer Duster Pads
I have an adorable big black lab. While I love him very much he sheds like it’s his job. In my quest to live a sustainable lifestyle without a lot of waste I have been on a search for the perfect swiffer replacement. Swiffer dusters keep my house dog hair free and a sustainable option is pretty much the holy grail. Luckily I have found a perfect replacement.MitsuyoDay offers washable fleece Swiffer Duster pads on Etsy.
Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths Tutorial - Sew Much Ado
Make reusable Swiffer duster cloths with this easy tutorial! No more need to buy expensive refills - you'll love this DIY cloth duster!