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Thread: Pledge Fabric Sweeper

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    Super Member kwhite's Avatar
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    Have any of you tried the Pledge Fabric Sweeper? How do you like it?

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    What or WHO are you planning on using this on???? :evil:

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    I had one. I thought it was overpriced for what it did and the fact that it was disposable instead of reusable.

    It worked ok. Our dog isn't allowed on the furniture, but he does go in the car, so I used it mostly in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    Have any of you tried the Pledge Fabric Sweeper? How do you like it?
    is that for the floor, or for dusting? I ask, bcb :oops: I forgot I have one of those duster thingies that is disposable, until I started reading this. Guess you know if I have been dusting, huh? :roll:

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    I HAVE ALLERGIES,....BAW!!! :cry: and i have to 'suit' up, to dust...so don't come to my house with your white gloves on :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    What or WHO are you planning on using this on???? :evil:
    gee, Amma, gettin a little touchy* these days? something makin you
    noivus? :roll:

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    i'm in a constant battle with cat hair.

    i vacuum the furniture and all of it is slip covered so i just throw it in the wash and line dry.

    for everything else i just use the tape style lint rollers.

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    HAHAHA I have black fabric that has fuzz. I have washed it again and it is still fuzzy. I don't like those sticky things cause they are so wasteful. I am wondering if this is any better. I got a $2.00 off coupon on it.

    But Amma now that you mention it........... :wink:

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    You can use a rubber glove on furniture, :wink: just rub and it collects it

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    OOps - I thought you were going to give a us all a fabulous tip for using all our hordes of scraps. :oops:
    You know make a pledge to use them all. :lol:

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