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Swiffer pads

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This pattern should fit most Swiffer mops. If it is too short/long for your mop head, adding or subtracting from the Bobble portion should fix your problem.

This pattern should fit most Swiffer mops. If it is too short/long for your mop head, adding or subtracting from the Bobble portion should fix your problem. One skein of Peaches and Cream Cotton with make one cover with just a couple of yards left over. Please message me here on Ravelry or email me at knotsofrainbows@gmail.com with questions. You may sell any item made from this pattern. However, do not claim it as your own and please give me credit. Also, you may not use my photos as…

This just inspired me to get up and go make these!! DIY cleaners plus link to Make your own Swiffer

The ultimate guide to homemade cleaning products! These homemade cleaners cost pennies to make and most are made with all-natural ingredients.

Make your own reusable swiffer cover with this easy sew method using fleece fabric. A great homemade solution!

Do you love your swiffer but hate the cost of the disposable swiffer cloths? It’s a common frustration but there are a few homemade solutions that can come to the rescue. Here are five ways you can make your own homemade swiffer covers, all of which are pretty simple to do. In fact one of...

How to make a homemade reusable swiffer cover using a soft fuzzy sock - Plus others ideas for swiffer covers using knit, crochet and sewing too!

How to make a homemade reusable swiffer cover using a soft fuzzy sock - Plus others ideas for swiffer covers using knit, crochet and sewing too!

Find out how easy it is to save money by making your own reusable Swiffer cloths! | The Happy Housewife

Do you own a Swiffer? I love mine, but I have never liked the idea of having to buy the disposable cloths both from a money standpoint and an environmental one. But, what are you going to do? Well, I'll tell you. You can make your own reusable swiffer cloths!