I use a dry Swiffer cloth on my Swiffer mop, and spray it with window cleaner to clean the outside windows; that way I don't have to use a ladder to reach them. Also can be used to clean inside windows easier without moving furniture to get at them!
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If you're like me, you love the Swiffer Wetjet cleaning fluid, but don't like the cleaning pads. They just don't seem to go very far. So, I just use an old rag instead. The bottom of the wet jet clings to the rag and it actually cleans better than the swiffer pads. Beware, it does snag the rag a little, so be sure to use an old rag.
I have always had a Swiffer since iv been on my own, but the pad and cleaner cost so much! I found a reusable version of a Swiffer for about what a real Swiffer cost at Wal-Mart but with a cloth rewash able pad and a container you refill yourself with whatever you want! I use vinegar water and a squirt of dawn for mine! Iv had it for two years and LOVE it!
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