Socks for Dusting

Use the lonely lost sock from the dryer as a duster. I turn it inside out and spray furniture polish on it then swipe it where ever there is a hint of dust and voila, the dust is on the sock. Tube socks with the terry cloth on the inside work the best. When your done just wash and dry it.


By Rhonda from Warren, MN

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July 20, 20150 found this helpful

They are also good for "socking" away for winter. Two mismatched one are good for a double layer under ones that match. I love the extra padding in my boots, too!

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June 3, 2010

Old socks that you might have tossed out make good dust cloths. Slip the sock over your hand, spray on a little polish, and start dusting. It's easy to dust odd-shaped objects this way. Kids think this is fun, so enlist their help!


Ness - Lakeview, NY

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