By Leslie from Mesquite, TX
It works better than the disposable dusting wands, and the dirtier it gets, the better it works. If it gets really bad, I take it outside and shake it out, then go back to dusting. It is treated with an oil to help trap the dust, so no sprays needed either.
Source: I discovered this method while working in retail, and having to dust hundreds of square feet of shelving very quickly.
By Diane from Wonder Lake, IL
When you get to the bottom, just tap your duster to get remaining dust out of it, then wisk up the dust with a dust pan. I've been using the same duster for about 3 years now and it still works like a charm.
SO much easier than lugging a vacuum up and down the stairs. I found using a broom just blew the dust down and was dangerous because I needed both hands to sweep and easily got off balance.
They are only $1.00, worth giving one a try. You'll love it, promise.
By Ann from northern Ontario, Canada