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Washable “Swiffer” dusters!    Follow these directions using FLEECE or MICROFIBER - seems to work best -  (found in the auto section of some stores) to make your own.

Great Money Saver♥Washable Hand Duster Refill for Swiffer~Made from 4 layers of micro fleece~Looks easy enough to make :D

Set of 2 Reusable Duster and Sweeper Cover for by craftinator

Memories of making scarfs with my girls scouts and of making blankets with the kids.~how to use scraps from fleece blankets for the “Swifter” dusters…. @ DIY Home Cuteness~

Frugal DIY – Make your own Reusable Swiffer covers for only $1!

Frugal DIY - Make your own Reusable Swiffer covers for only $1

DIY reusable swiffer sweeper cloths and swiffer duster sleeves with fleece blankets or microfiber cloths from the dollar store.

Make your own washable Swiffer refills for both the sweeper and the duster.

Great idea and rewashable too! Make Your Own Swiffer Dusters - Let me take a moment to tell you that I love my swifter duster. I don't, however, love the expense of buying the swifter refill…

How To Recycle Old Bath Towels. We have a Swiffer at home that goes through the disposable pads like crazy. This is a great idea to save money on cleaning supplies.

Recycled Bath Towels - clever ways on how to reuse and repurpose towels. Using an old towel instead of disposable Swiffer cloths is good on the budget and the environment - via How to Recycle

Daily Cleaning Schedule - The Pinterest Challenge Part 2 - A Teaspoon of Happiness

Daily Cleaning Schedule

It is possible to have a clean and organized house.daily tasks are the key! Now if only I didn't work random and long shifts, I'd be on top of my game. But this will help me remember better.

DIY The Best-Kept Silver Tarnish Remover: 1 cup boiling water, 1 tbs baking soda, 1 tbs white salt, 1/2 cup white vinegar, 1 sheet of tinfoil, shiny side up, bowl. Directions included!

This is the silver cleaning secret. What you’ll need: 1 cup of boiling water 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 tablespoon white salt cup white vinegar 1 sheet of tinfoil, shiny side up bowl Polishing cloth