This item it just so awesome! I never knew? As a child, my mother would make us dust and or hand wash every surface and knick knack (which were in extreme abundance) twice a month on Saturday morning before we could watch cartoons or play. I HATED DUSTING!!! Upon moving out, I avoided it as much as possible. Then I turned to my dusting wand on my vacuum. Didn’t work too well, but I WAS dusting. LOL
When I started getting your email, I was reading your website and hearing all the wonderful comments about the dusters. Then, when I signed up for a local meeting we had in March, I didn’t want to be the only one without one, so I ordered one. It came yesterday! I was bushed after working all day, but I wanted to give this NEW thing a try, thinking it would prove what I always suspected, DUSTING IS WORK!
Well, you have definitely proved me wrong! I got soooooo excited I called my mother in Nebraska, I live in Illinois. She just laughed! She doesn’t understand, but I plan to buy these for Christmas presents! I dusted my whole house, closets, ceilings, air returns, behind the washer and dryer, the furnace room, EVERYWHERE!!! I had to shake it out 22 times!!!!! The house smells so much fresher! My allergies are very bad today, due to all of my vigorous dusting, but I know that will improve greatly now.
I just had to write and thank you! At 45 I have found, you CAN teach a not-so-old dog a new trick!
Flying on now,
FlyLady Here: It is all about making something fun. Whatever duster you use your attitude has to change with it. Dusting can be fun if you think it is. Our dusters are made of ostrich feathers if you buy one someplace else make sure it says ostrich on it. Nothing works better.
Continue to take those babysteps. I don’t want you crashing and burning from dusting all night even if it is fun. Feather dusting my whole house takes 2 minutes.