Easier Way For Me and You

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20yearsandcounting
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   Posted 7/8/2008 12:50 PM (GMT -6)   
I am so amazed at myself...hehe...I was at grocery store and their was a Libman feather duster.  When I dusted I usually take a bucket of warm water and wipe everything down.  Well, you know that didn't get done nearly as often as it should have.  Back to the feather duster.  Wow, I love it.  It does a very good job and so much quicker.  I will do the old way now and then but,  I am going to stock up on these featherssssss.  I just wanted to tell you all incase anyone is as slow to figure things out as I am.

sandune
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   Posted 7/8/2008 1:05 PM (GMT -6)   
woohoo sounds great. I will get one too. I also started using those swiffter pads. You can use one to do the whole place when you do it on a regular basis. At first they were expensive I thought but they make my life easier and I feel good when I don't have to lok at dust. I am glad it made you feel good.

20yearsandcounting
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   Posted 7/8/2008 5:15 PM (GMT -6)   
anything to makes things easier....rah rah rah.... i also have a NON motor push sweeper thing that i seen them use in restaurants....alot less work and much lighter than a vacuum...i have to empty it alot more often but, i love it.

Willowmom
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   Posted 7/8/2008 6:29 PM (GMT -6)   
I was just looking at a battery operated little push sweeper. We have a lot of wood floors with pet hair. My son saw this thing on TV. "As seen on TV" and keeps saying that's what I need. I think I complain too much about the dog hair! The swiffer gets up dog hair, but I do go through a lot of the little pads. Any chance you find your push sweeper working on pet hair or do you even have pets?
I am blessed to have my mom come three days a week (I do pay her!) to help with housework and be here with kids until I get home from work. But she's going on vacation and my teenager, well...he's a teenager...so things for easier housework are great. Thanks! Any ideas on easiest mops?

20yearsandcounting
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   Posted 7/8/2008 9:19 PM (GMT -6)   
yeah  it works great with my 2 cats hair....on the kitchen floor really wonderful....it's by Bissell "Perfect Sweep"....I'm not sure of the price????
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