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5/5/08 6:09 P

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This is the page for the premium feathers. I got the 17" and the 27". the short one is good for every thing. I like the long one to dust the ceiling fan, walls corners. the self under the coffe table and the bottom of the eliptical trainer. http://www.featherdusterdepot.com/category
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They are exactly like the picture. I think they are well constructed. My cat Dorrie was so excited when she saw them and they are still intact. (she loves feathers.)

Edited by: CAROLYN1265 at: 5/5/2008 (18:08)
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That was stupid......I found it and it was right there!!
Sorry.
Do you like the lengths you got, Carolyn??
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Carolyn - this is great!!
Is there a difference between the colors, do you think? The feather colors, I mean.
They look really nice.
FREE shipping!! So many places make so much $$ on shipping and handling - as the economy tightens that may change -
So which one do you recommend? You said you got a premium feather duster - is it listed like that somewhere? I don't remember seeing it but it could be staring me in the face.
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I always get the calendar and and extra set of stickers. I love it. My sweetie groused a LOT about the price but has come to realize it does help me stay somewhat organized, LOL.

I got the Sink Reflections book for Christmas last year and love it, too.

I bought a cheap feather duster at Wal-Mart, which was all we could afford. I really don't think it works well but right now that's what there is.

Edited by: SHYFEMMEKAT at: 5/5/2008 (16:51)


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CAROLYN1265's Photo CAROLYN1265 Posts: 101
5/5/08 3:41 P

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I got the premium feather dusters in the short and the 27". Together it cost around $20 and shipping is free. This place is a distributer for company that sell and use feather dusters. I like Flylady too, but I'm not paying 2 x's the price for the same thing.

Edited by: CAROLYN1265 at: 5/5/2008 (17:30)
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Are these the same ones? I'll check this out later. I would like to support Flylady but gracious, the shipping is outrageous.
Thank you.
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I actually got both the long and short one through this website http://www.featherdusterdepot.com for half of what flylady charges. They are just as nice and easy to maintain.

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I'm pondering getting the feather dusters (looking at the set of two with the long handle and the short handle plus timer), and I'm just wondering how hard they are to take care of...? I've yet to hear someone say they are NOT worth it, but I'm still interested in any feedback anyone might have on the dusters who hasn't chimed in already. :)

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CAROLYN1265's Photo CAROLYN1265 Posts: 101
5/3/08 9:39 P

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I received my new feather duster the other day. I like it better than the swipper dusters. It does a good job on all my delicate knick knacks. There is nothing to throw out - no adding waste to the environment.

Plus it made exercise today. I dusted everything with my new toy including the elliptical walker. That renewed my interest in the gadget. I jumped on and did 30 minutes.

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Has anyone tried the dishtowels? I got a wonderful dish towel when I was out of town a few weeks ago and would love to get another few ones that work as well. Thought I would see if anyone loved the dishtowels.

I have a duster (love it, I've always hated dusting but this makes it fun) and a rubba scrubba. I like that but haven't used it much yet.

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Thanks, Zola! Honestly, I hadn't given it much thought but now you're making me reconsider. I have 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 kids, 1 dh, and it sounds like the rs could work cleaning up after each of them. LOL!

I'll think about it... ;)

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Thanks, Zola! Honestly, I hadn't given it much thought but now you're making me reconsider. I have 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 kids, 1 dh, and it sounds like the rs could work cleaning up after each of them. LOL!

I'll think about it... ;)

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My rubba scrubba came in the mail today. (ordered 18th came 23rd = less than a week!) I've had family members who got a product similar to this for probably around $5 and the whole item was made of the same flexible material and it didn't have the extra hard bristles on the sides at the top. This is sturdy and cleans easy. I used it to get dog hair off the carpet and couch where the vacuum can't go and it worked great. The only problem was that I couldn't hold all the stuff it was picking up! That's embarrassing!

I tried it to "sweep" up dust from my dresser and that worked pretty good but I prefer a cloth for that. I used it to get mud off the door and then wiped it down with a cloth, again great. It was a great pre-emptive strike on the mud on the windows before using windex. I used it to clean the top of my stove, just a drop of soap and ran it under the faucet first.

I am very impressed with this product. It even worked on fingerprints on the fridge. The only thing is, after scrubbing, wipe down with a cloth or paper towel as it doesn't pick up all the dirt but it scrubs it clean. I did also try it on my bathtub and I'm going to need some cleaner for that but I'll give it another shot. Just thought I'd try just water and the rubba scrubba first. Also used it to get dog hair off my dry clean only bedspread. Next to try is getting dog hair off clothes while wearing them.

So, for less than $10 I would recommend this product. Plus you get a free flylady cling.

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OH MERCY! You do NOT get a cleaner for your bathtub! NONONONONO! If you think that, you're not paying attention!

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Cheap shampoo at that!

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My rubba scrubba came in the mail today. (ordered 18th came 23rd = less than a week!) I've had family members who got a product similar to this for probably around $5 and the whole item was made of the same flexible material and it didn't have the extra hard bristles on the sides at the top. This is sturdy and cleans easy. I used it to get dog hair off the carpet and couch where the vacuum can't go and it worked great. The only problem was that I couldn't hold all the stuff it was picking up! That's embarrassing!

I tried it to "sweep" up dust from my dresser and that worked pretty good but I prefer a cloth for that. I used it to get mud off the door and then wiped it down with a cloth, again great. It was a great pre-emptive strike on the mud on the windows before using windex. I used it to clean the top of my stove, just a drop of soap and ran it under the faucet first.

I am very impressed with this product. It even worked on fingerprints on the fridge. The only thing is, after scrubbing, wipe down with a cloth or paper towel as it doesn't pick up all the dirt but it scrubs it clean. I did also try it on my bathtub and I'm going to need some cleaner for that but I'll give it another shot. Just thought I'd try just water and the rubba scrubba first. Also used it to get dog hair off my dry clean only bedspread. Next to try is getting dog hair off clothes while wearing them.

So, for less than $10 I would recommend this product. Plus you get a free flylady cling.

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That really isn't bad. I ordered the took kit and about fell down when I realized how much I had paid for the shipping.
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I live in Utah so s/h may differ for where you are
$3.98 s/h
$4.99 rubba scrubba
$8.97 total

I thought the price was very reasonable for shipping as the post office keeps raising rates. While we see it in the $0.41 stamps, packages have gone up much more.

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How much was the shipping and handling?
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I just ordered the rubba scrubba today. I vacuum regularly but the dog hair gets under my coffee table and under my bed where the vacuum can't go and I'm going to see if this works to get it out from under those hard to get to places. After it arrives I'll try to remember to post back here on how well it works.

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I'm glad this post was started. Because it's spring, my yellow lab has exploded - hair everywhere! I was very curious about the Rubba Scrubba. So far, it sounds great!

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I have the two dusters. They work well. My son asked to take the small one to college with him. That was a surprise! He used it and actually returned it after 4 years of use and it is still working well. I also have the calendar and have been using it for several years. The stickers really help me remeber things. My latest purchase was the rubba scrubba. I really should write a testemonial about it! My dog likes to be brushed with it and it has been great getting hair off the furniture and carpeting, but it really got put to the test a few weeks ago. My dog was sprayed by a skunk. I used the rubba scrubba when washing her as I knew she would accept being rubbed with it and I thought it would help the shampoo do a better job. When the shampooing was over, in addition to a tomato juice bath, my tub needed to be cleaned. I was thinking that I would have to throw the rubba scrubba out and order a new one after that experience but it didn't absorb any of the odor! I was SO pleased. I feel like ordering them and giving them as gifts to everyone in the family this year!
(A few years ago every family got a set of feather dusters.)
I think my next purchase will be the decluttering kit. The tool kit sounds nice but I already have most of the tools.

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The tool kit is heavy as internet mail order. I was shocked at how much the two tool kits my friend bought cost to ship. Heh heh I did OK out of that deal, I bought the dusters, rubba scrubbas and books she bought the took kits.
I am in Canada so the shipping is higher for here too.
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I've got the tool kit and the vest. The shipping charges are outrageous, however. If I pay that again, it will be for the duster. Why do you think they are so high??
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I have Sink Reflections, Body Clutter, Rubba Scrubba, Long handle duster and the tool kit. I first got the long handle duster as a gift for one of my bosses (I am a contract worker and work four different places). She didn't drink wine and I substituted the duster for the wine I put in the other three's Christmas gift baskets along with the chocolates and nuts. When we were back at work in the new year she raved about it, so I got myself one and the two books and rubba scrubba. Unfortunately the duster is so good hubby decided he should see if it would gather lacquer dust. Yes it is so good he gave it to his installer to dust down the kitchen cabinets after they have blown them out after installation. Then I had to buy myself another
one! The rubba scrubba is amazing at rolling off the clingy soft dog hair the vaccuum never touched and is surprisingly good at getting up the sawdust and ashes from the rough limestone floor in front of the woodstove. It is the ONLY thing that gets doghair off the low nap velour VW used in 2000 and 2001 in the Jettas ( I know the clean up guys hated those two years). The books?, there wasn't anything for me in Body Clutter, and if you have good computer access you can get what you need from Sink Reflections on the internet, but it is marvelous for someone who doesn't have a decent connection or to gift someone who notices your flying but doesn't "do" internet. The tool kit? Cute, if I lived alone in an apartment and hadn't already been a householder for 35 years it would be handy. But pretty and convenient doesn't match up to the better quality tools I have stashed in the drawer under the oven which were acquired one at a time. The tool kit was a received as a gift.
So! go for the duster first, then the rubba scrubba and I think the calendar. ( I can't use the calandar as the space between the uppers and the CT in kitchen and the desk in office is not long enough, I have one of those desk pad style ones on the wall in the office....lots of width, and right alongside my monitor. My sister swears by the FlyLady one I got her.
My husband is still considering contacting the distributor of the dusters to make a similar duster a gift with each of his new kitchens instead of the flowers that are sent now when our clients move in (or move back in after reno's).
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I first bought the More Time Mom's calendar from FlyLady's website. Since then, I've been able to buy it at the seasonal calendar store at the mall. Of course, the stickers are different. I have three calendars! One I use to track appointments, when bills are due, and the days that we exercise (I use stickers for that), etc. The second I use to track my cat's medications, special feedings, and symptoms (my cats are elderly). The third I use to track non-daily household chores.

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I have had cheaper feather dusters and prefer FlyLady's over the other. I think it is thicker and the feathers stay in better. The last one I bought I lost feathers from day one! The cheaper ones didn't seem to "pickup" dust just push it off the furniture where the FlyLady duster seems to pick it up.

Plus there is a purple feather in it and my daughter thinks it is so cool that she will dust if I ask. That is always worth the extra money! emoticon

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I've never heard of that. I was going to make a purchase from the FlyLady site a few years ago when I first started flying. The shipping was so much, though, that I just couldn't justify it. I really wanted one of the little FlyLady pins, & I don't think she even sells them any more.

Anyway, I have several kitchen timers & used them for a spell, but haven't in a long time. I made my own control journal, then modified it a couple of times. I now use just a simple checklist, plus maintain a lit of projects that need to be done. I still have my control journal notes, but only refer back to it as needed (i.e., I made notes on how to connect the generator to the house if we lose power, so I need those notes maybe once or twice a year).

For the feature dusters, I bought a small ostrich feather duster at K-Mart, then a large one at Bed Bath & Beyond. It has the handle that extends & cost me $25. Personally, I still feel that the best dusting comes from a cloth & Pledge, & I find it hard to believe that the FlyLady brand of feather duster would really be so different from the one at Bed Bath & Beyond. Maybe some time one of you with the FlyLady duster can check this out & let me know if you think there's a difference. I live on a road with a lot of traffic, so dust is always an issue.

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Does anyone have the HeyTom dryer kit?

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I've had the original timer for about 6 years now and I just love it. I've had cheaper ones, but they aren't nearly as good for my purposes nor have they ever lasted as long.The calendar is absolutely fabulous. I have to have that every year. These 2 are at the top of my list but I also have the Rubba Scrubba, her wallet,both dusters and OIB. They are all good, too...but the timer and calendar are the very best for me.
I have not regretted any of my Flylady purchases. And I am glad to contribute (as I was able to) to a worthy cause, helping to keep the Flylady.net site free. It has certainly changed my life for the better!


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The dusters are definitely a recommended product.

I've also bought the timer which I do really like, but a cheaper timer would work just as well for the purpose.

As for the calendar, I haven't tried the new one. Originally FlyLady sold the one published by More Time Moms. I'm in Canada an More Time Moms is a Canadian company so I've continued buying their version, but price wise, I don't think they are much different and either would be worth the money spent. The odd time I've seen similar products with the big squares a drug store, Costco, etc., but they aren't that easy to find.


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I've been using the calendars for years. This is a must have. I'm able to fit DH out of town trips, dinner plans, my work schedule and various appts. and 2 very busy boys schedule of activities. I haven't found another calendar with enough space for all of these things. The duster is great too.

Saving Dinner books are fabulous too, as are menu-mailers. They have changed the way my family eats dinner. I can't remember the last time we went through the drive thru...oops I do remember...it was half the way home from a 5 hour drive on Easter. Besides that though, we haven't.

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I loved the Sink Reflections book but got nothing out of Body Clutter (it is now in my "future garage sale" pile). I have both feather dusters and they truly are marvelous. I broke my FlyLady timer (lost the back somehow) and replaced it with a Target one for $5.95 that does the job just fine. The calendar is truly perfect and I will definitely keep buying those in future years.
I really want the days of the week dishtowels but can't justify them.
So that's my $.02 ...

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I also have the duster and it is great. I feel "fairy like" with my duster.LOL

I also have the rubba scrubba. I bought it because of my dog who hates to be brushed but will lay all day when I use this. He loves it. It also works great for getting next to the baseboards and the corners of the staircases.

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I have the regular timer. I love it. If money is tight a cheaper store timer that you can carry around works well though. Even if it isn't as accurate as FLYLadies -- my egg timer sure isn't -- it is the idea of a set amount of time to do a task, be it 1 minute or 20 minutes.

You might be able to check out her books at your library and give them a read to see if you want to start saving for them, and if you do wish to buy sometimes you can get a decent better together deal on Amazon.

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I, too, love the feather duster! I want the long one!!! There cannot be a cheaper one that works this well. I hated the price, I did, because money is so very, very tight here (as it is everywhere!). But I'm so glad I got it!

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YES!!!

I absolutely LOVE the feather duster! I bought it for myself as a birthday present after 6 years of following Flylady and wish I had bought it so much earlier!

Never apologize for telling someone your feelings, to do so only apologizes for telling the truth.


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3/28/08 8:51 A

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Is the feather duster as fabulous as she makes it sound?

For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but one of love, power and self-discipline. 2 Timothy 1:7
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"Are you talking to God about how big your problems are,
or are you talking to your problems about how big your God is?" ~Joel Osteen
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"The moment you give up in your mind, all of h*ll breaks lose and has a party" ~ Joyce Meyer


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3/28/08 8:39 A

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You can also make your own "Office in a Bag".

I've only purchased a few items but the one I love the most is my feather duster!!!

Never apologize for telling someone your feelings, to do so only apologizes for telling the truth.


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3/28/08 8:15 A

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I'm wondering which products from the Flylady website are really worth the money spent on them. In other words, which things should I buy on the site that don't have an equivalent of something cheaper (money's tight) from a store or something I can make myself (I've made my own Control Journal.)
-vanessa

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Live your life so at the end, you're the one who is smiling and everyone around you is crying." --Author unknown


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