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  1. Home Environment
    I don't know if this has been posted before... I stumbled across a blog post this morning showing how to DIY reusable Swiffer cloths. My supermarket sells a store brand of them which are very inexpensive and I buy those (we have tile floors and no vacuum so they are a lifesaver!) but this would...
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  3. Needle Arts
    Okay, please don't get all upset with me, but why make your own dish cloths? Mine work really hard and I like to bleach the dickins out of them and wouldn't want to do that after taking the time to chrochet one. I see lots of people do this so there must be a really good reason,but it evades me...
  4. Calculations and Alternatives
    Maybe other people use rags, cloth napkins, whatnot but for a single comparison, I'm going to share wash cloths and paper towels because those are the two I have current prices for. Bulk package of paper towels. Bounty 12 big roll select a size $15.99 24 package of inexpensive wash cloths $5...
  5. Question and Answer
    I'm in need of some dish cloths (to clean dishes with, not dry them) and was thinking I would knit some up with some leftover yarn I have lying around. Is there really any difference between using polyester and cotton yarn for dish cloths? I have cotton yarn but they are unused skeins and I...
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  7. For Sale or Trade
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  12. Hobbies
    I know, silly question, but I am new to this stuff. Since I can only crochets squares and rectangles, lol, dish cloths sound like the project for me! Do you use any kind of special yarn? Big hook or little hook? Any other info? Thanks!
  13. Kitchen Basics
    I don't know why but every time I wash my dish cloths and dish towels, they feel very gummy and greasy, like they're still dirty (or dirtier). I use Purex liquid laundry soap, probably about an 1/8 of the capful and a splash of bleach when I wash them. I just took them out of the dryer and...
  14. Frugal Living
    Washcloths ( know as face cloths or face flannels here in UK) are so versatile and I use mine for all sorts: single or (double use;) hand towel -dry hands once or twice and toss in the wash. You can wash more of them & they dry quicker than hand or regular sized towels- great for the kids...
  15. Home Environment
    My mil brought two different microfiber cleaning cloths here and I loved them. I'm definitely sold and am going to buy a set for myself.
  16. Home Environment
    I love the new microfibre cleaning cloths. I have one for the kitchen, one for dusting and one for glass. You don't have to use chemicals with them as they pick up all the gunk without any sprays. I just wet them slightly and rinse out between wipings. When they are really dirty, or at the...
  17. Make It Yourself
    Looking for a recipe to make these for the Swiffer. TIA!:smball:
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