My Cleaning Crew

A few weeks ago I was in the kitchen and heard Ed call out to me from our bedroom saying… “This thing is not working”.

Not having any idea what the heck he was talking about, I stopped what I was doing to go investigate and found him standing in the master bath cleaning the floor with a Swiffer Vac and again telling me, “This is not working right.” 


I answered, “What do you mean it is not working right?”   “I can hear it and see it picking up dirt from the floor.” His reply…“It is not squirting out the cleaner”.

It took me a second for what he said to register in my brain and then I started to laugh out loud, not only at him, but at me for just assuming he knew everything about the Swiffer cleaning tools we have, as I did.  I told him to stay still as I wanted to run to get my camera as I wanted to document the moment.

organizing cleaning tools in one handy place in a home

I realized he grabbed the wrong Swiffer mop from the hidden closet under the foyer staircase where we store our cleaning supplies. :-)  He thought he was using the Swiffer Wet Jet that he always uses to clean the bathroom floor. It is purple, has an opening to place a bottle of Swiffer cleaning solution and a dual action spray nozzle that dispenses it onto the floor when you press a trigger on the handle.

organizing a cleaning supplies closet

The Swiffer mops don’t look at all alike to me, but maybe that is because I have been educated by the folks at Swiffer to the details and differences of each cleaning tool they make. I took this info for granted and realized I needed to explain what I know about each tool to Ed that I assumed he knew.

I figured if Ed didn’t know then a lot of my readers may not know the difference of the Swiffer cleaning tools either.  Time to show you the differences and a sneak peek at the new vinyl plank flooring in the game room that we have been making over.

How many Swiffer mops are there?

Ed always does the bathroom floor and I do the other rooms where we have hardwood or luxury vinyl plank. I always use the Swiffer Sweeper with a dry cloth first or my Swiffer Vac to get up any loose dirt and dust from the floor and then go over it with the Swiffer Wet Jet. The whole process takes about 10 minutes.

On Monday I told you that we just finished putting luxury vinyl plank in the game room. Here is a sneak peek at the flooring. It looks so good. Before the room had wall-to-wall carpeting and I used a vacuum to clean it. Now I get to use my Swiffers to clean the floor.

How to attach shoe molding after installing vinyl plank flooring.

Yesterday, I cleaned up all the sawdust we created in the room when we cut the base shoe molding. I wanted to get the floor clean before we moved the contents of the room back in.

Let me introduce you to “My Cleaning Crew” that consists of:

Swiffer Cleaning Tools that make cleaning easy
YUCKY, but I know my floor is clean!
    •  The Swiffer Sweeper that is a 2-in-1 hard surface sweeping and mopping tool. The dry cloth has deep ridges and grooves that conform to the surface of your floor to trap and lock dirt, dust and hair, while the wet cloth dissolves dirt and grime and traps it away giving you an amazing clean. It even comes in an XL size now, too.

    • The WetJet Mop is used with either a WetJet pad or a WetJet Extra Power pad that has the scrubbing power of a Magic Eraser.  The Absorb + Lock Strip on the pads help trap dirt and grime deep in pad so it doesn’t get pushed around. When you’re done, just remove the pad and throw it, and all that dirt, away forever. It is safe on finished wood, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, tile, marble and stone floors. You can buy different scents of the cleaning solution. My favorite solution to use is Open Window Fresh Scent.  I use the Hardwood Formula solution for the hardwood in my kitchen and living room as it dries fast and leaves no streaking.

  •  Swiffer 360° Duster is one well designed cleaning tool. It has Dust Lock Adhesive™ and 50% more fibers than regular dusters, its all-around design cleans deep into grooves to trap and lock up to 3X more dust than a feather duster. The best part – you can reuse it many times and will know when it is time to dispose when it stops picking up dust.

I LOOOOOVE the 360° Duster so much and use it for more than dusting furniture. I use it to clean off the sanding grit after sanding in-between coats of paint. These are the louvered doors for the game room closets that I recently painted.  The duster comes with a short yellow handle or you can use it with the Swiffer Extender for 3 feet of extra clean.

Best tool to clean a car dashboard

I even keep one in my car to make it easy to clean all the dust off my dashboard, especially in pollen season. It swipes it all away in seconds.

My “Cleaning Crew” Giveaway is OVER.

The winner of a box of Swiffer tools and refills is: Heather Anne.  Congratulations!!!

Ever notice how professional cleaners always show up in a group? It's because the job of house cleaning is done faster that way. My cleaning crew consists of a trio of well designed tools and one guy who doesn't use a bucket and mop.

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  1. Hello, Diane
    Thanks for sharing this great post, this is a great informative post. You are a great author, Good job keep share more!

  2. Can Swifter Wet-Jet be used on my Allure vinyl plank floor. I was told only to use water. I would like to make my cleaning easier for me by using Swifter products.

    1. Hi Linda –

      I am not sure if you can use the wet jet formulas on vinyl plank flooring. I know it works on wood just fine, but it my have something in it that will degrade the finish on the vinyl over time. I think what I would do is try this bottle hack:

      It will allow you to keep using the WetJet, but fill the bottle with water. Let me know how it works.

  3. I would be SO stoked to try the Swiffer WetJet. I have used the Swiffer Sweeper and the Dusters in the past, all are great; non disappoint! You’re so nice to offer the giveaway…thanks & God bless! :-)

  4. Got to love a man who is handy AND cleans up after too! I don’t have any Swiffer products but I think that wet jet mop would be super handy in our sunroom – it is always needing a mop and pulling out the mop and pail is a pain!

  5. I’ve been wanting to try the Wet Jet as I have laminate floors. I didn’t know there was a Swiffer Vac! That would be even better! I do love the dusters. I’ll have to check out the extender for them. That would be great for my ceiling fans!

    1. I have used the Swiffer sweeper for years and love it! I use the wet and dry cloths. I really would love to have a Swiffer Wet Jet for the bathroom. Using the 360 duster in the car is brilliant!

  6. All of the Swiffer products sound good. I would like to try the sweeper since I have such a chore keeping cat hair off my hardwood floor.

  7. I would love to try the Wet Jet! I have recently put down luxury vinyl plank flooring and I think this would be a great time saver!

  8. Not sure what any of us did before Swiffer products!!! You know what I really like? The fresh scent of the moist pads for Swiffer sweeper. I so would appreciate getting to try all the tools; never had a Swiffer WetJet. Thank you for the great giveaway!!

  9. Hi Diane! The Swiffer products sound amazing. I can’t decide between the 2-in-1 or the duster, but they are really all great.

  10. The duster would be my choice – I live in a townhouse with wooden blinds and it is by far the “dustiest” house I’ve ever lived in. I am continually dusting only to have it reappear – so frustrating as I live alone and it shouldn’t be so hard! I would welcome the opportunity to try some of the Swiffer products you have talked about!

  11. Hi Diane, We recently replaced the flooring in all but one room in our house with laminate flooring. So, we could definitely use the Swiffer tools, especially the mini-vacuum version. I also like the idea of using an old rag with Velcro instead of always using the disposable covers. (funny story about Ed’s use of the Swiffer, too).
    Thanks for your posts. Always enjoy reading them.

  12. The duster for sure. I live in an area with lots of dirt roads, and the dust in the car is overwhelming!

  13. We just installed wood floors in half of the house and the Swiffer Vac would be a fantastic addition to my cleaning tools!

  14. I think the Swiffer Wet Jet would be great to have for cleaning up those everyday messes and spills.

  15. I have an old Swiffer duster but had no idea there was an extension handle; i really need that!

  16. That’s so funny that he didn’t know which Swiffer was which-at least he uses them! I once sent my husband to pick up our repaired vacuum cleaner at the store- he called me because they were “trying to tell me that this is our vacuum but this one is red-isn’t our vacuum cleaner blue?” Which clearly shows how often he used our vacuum cleaner! I’d love that Swiffer wet jet. We are buying a family cottage with vinyl plank flooring-going to need that cleaning power!~

    1. I have only finished the vinyl plank in the bathroom but have plans for entire kitchen area so need to update the
      Cleaning crew. If I can’t have someone to clean instead of me, I love the tools to do it right and fast.
      The duster is particularly genius. I find all their products are. My mom gave me a swifter once! I got the hint!

  17. I think the duster would be life changing. I don’t have one so I hope to win your prize package. Thanks for having the contest.

  18. I’d love to try the Swiffer Sweeper! I think it’s cute you named yours! ;-)
    I have the Swiffer Duster and love it!

  19. I have the duster, but would LOVE to try the Wet Jet and sweeper.

    Love that I can semi-relate to your blog. I live in SC also and have spent many a summer on Lake Murray. A truly beautiful place!

  20. I would love to try the 360 Swiffer Duster! Also would love to try it in the car! Thank you for your post!

  21. Hey Diane, I have never thought of keeping the duster in my truck. I will do that. We farm and live on a dirt road so my truck stays dusty and dirty. Especially, during pollen season!

  22. The 360 Swiffer Duster is my go-to! I use it everywhere in my house and like you, I also use it after sanding between coats of paint. Thanks for the opportunity!

  23. I would be hard pressed to only pick one Swifter product! I have 2 dogs, a cat & a husband. Our laminate floors could use a good cleaning! Thank you.

  24. The 360 Duster would make my life easier! I hate to dust and put it off as long as I can. When I do, I use a cloth but I think this Duster would be so much better. The Wet Jet would also be quite helpful.

  25. With 3 dogs and 2 kitties I know the Swiffer Sweeper would be excellent for getting up all the fur balls that we find on a daily basis!!!

    You’re floors look wonderful:). Can’t wait to see the entire room!

  26. Thanks, Diane!
    I would love to try the WetJet. I’m starting to take dance students in my home. We wear tabi, with white soles, so it would help a LOT to give a good quick mopping between students.

    I’d also like to try the duster. I have cats — and I don’t have dust bunnies, I have dust BUFFALO. (We have a serious dust problem where I live)

  27. OMG — Swiffer makes a Swiffer Vac ??? I so want/need one. I have 5 cats. So I have tons of cat hair and litter pieces everywhere. A regular vacuum makes my back hurt (I have arthritis in my spine). I would very much love to have a Swiffer Vac !!!

  28. They will all make my life easier but the duster especially will help. We all detest dusting and this looks like it will quicken the process for us. I agree about making a reusable towel cover to use instead of disposable mop pads. I used just a big scrap of a towel the last time I mopped and it worked great.

  29. The wet jet would be great! It’s summertime, and with four kids the floor gets sticky with all of the watermelon juice and treat drips!

  30. I just recently discovered the extendable bendable handle for my duster and it’s a gamechanger for my ceiling fans. I love all of their products.

  31. Hi Diane, Thanks for the giveaway! I think my life would be easier with a 360 Duster with Extender.

  32. I only use the Swiffer Dusters…..they really work well and make my most hated job as easy as possible. I’m very interested in the Wet Jet…..I like the idea of quickly being able to wash floors.

  33. I could really use a Wet Jet! Now that we have a 6 year old living with us, there is a lot more to get off of the kitchen floor, and the other laminate floors also as sticky dirt and grime gets tracked from room to room. Thanks for this wonderful post!

  34. Oooooh the wet jet mop! I have been eyeing in the store but haven’t pulled the trigger yet. I love my 360 duster especially for the ceiling fans.

  35. The Swiffer Sweeper would be really helpful since I have mostly hard wood floors and a dog and cat. Their endless hair is really a challenge everyday. First I have to vacuum then get the mop out to finish the job. If I decide to forego this chore of course someone will come to visit. haha.

  36. Thanks so much for the opportunity of the giveaway. I love the Swiffer Wet Jet, the smell and cleanliness that it leaves is the most rewarding feeling ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. My 3 1/2 year old uses our swiffer with the extension wand! When toys get lost under the sofas, “mommy, get the swiffer!” It does come in handy. And since I’m vertically challenged, it’s great for up high dusting!! Thanks, Diane!!

  38. Diane,

    I could really use a new Swiffer Sweeper, mine is vintage and has started to crumble at the edges. It still works okay, just be nice to XL mine.

  39. I’d love to replace my very old Swiffer Sweeper. The handle no longer stays on and the pad is crumbling! I didn’t know they now come in XL. That sounds like a good replacement.

  40. I really need the Swifter Wet Jet. I’m ashamed to admit that my wood floors don’t get cleaned as often as they should due to being just plain lazy.

  41. Honestly, they all look awesome. I think I would pick the sweeper if I had to choose. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  42. They all look amazing. I think the Wet Jet mop would be a big help at my house.

  43. Hi, Diane! I think I must be like Ed. I find All the options a bit confusing. Thank you for sharing the differences. Since I still use my original Swiffer with wet pads, I think I’d like to try the Swiffer Wer Jet. Thanks for offering such an awesome Giveaway AND for sharing all the available options!

  44. Good morning Diane. I think the swifter sweeper would make my life a little easier. Thank you so much

  45. Diane, I loved your swiffer article! I have used all of them in the past and somehow got away from using them. Not sure why, I guess trying other products and never got back to them. I always liked them. I do still use the 360 duster and I especially love it for my plantation shutters. Love the car idea!!! I am ready to use the wet jet again. I have a lot of tile in this house that this would be great for! Also it’s a great tool for kids learning to clean….just a lot easier to have the cleaning product incorporated into the tool itself! Great for my oldest also who is in an apt with 3 other girls at college. Anything to make cleaning easier for them is a blessing!!

  46. 360 duster is my favorite. Because it is very handy and easily manageable. I like your “cleaning crew” tools especially I would like to try “Swiffer Sweeper”. It is a good surface sweeping and mopping tool.

  47. Thanks for the informative article. This is one of the best resources I have found in quite some time. Nicely written and great info. I really cannot thank you enough for sharing.

  48. I would like to try the 360 duster. It looks like it would make cleaning my wood blinds much easier than using a dust cloth on each individual slat! I use the disposable wet mop for the bathroom and mudroom tile. That works great and leaves a nice fresh smell of lavender when finished. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  49. I love your cleaning crew and would love to try all of the products you have.
    Just looking at another brand, so thanks for the information. I would start with the wet jet and you are spot on as always. Thanks!

  50. I love the dry Swiffer for picking up cat fur. Would like to try the wet jet on my wood floors.

  51. I am also very thankful for the Swiffer dusters. I used to struggle with finding the right combination of dusting rags and sprays. Everything left a film, and cleaning rags was a pain. These dusters are so simlple, and I actually dust much more often now. I do not need a spray, I just slide a pad on and go! My nephew enjoys helping me, because he thinks the pads look so silly! I would like to try any of the floor mops, thank you for the offer.

  52. I use the Wet Jet and the wonderful dusters. Would love to have the Swiffer Vac! It would help me so much with doggie hair and little dusty paw prints.

  53. I would love the Wet Jet mop! I love Swifter products. They all work so well and make cleaning easy which is what I love the most! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  54. The Wet Jet would be my choice of new cleaning crew member for my laminate kitchen flooring. With two Golden Retrievers and our family our kitchen floor gets quite the abuse and dirt. Honestly, I’ve never used a Swiffer product. Always felt the need to vacuum up dirt/dust/dog hair and then scrub/clean the floor while on my hands and knees. Time to try more updated tools for keeping my home clean that demand less physical effort on my part.
    Thanks for sharing.

  55. I have the swifter dry duster, but the 360 is something I would love to have, especially for pollen.
    I never thought about using it in the car! Brilliant idea, Diane.

  56. I have been singing the praises of Swiffer dusters ever since I got mine years ago! They make dusting so much easier and are kind to my hands, which dry and crack in the winter. Cleaning all the shutters in my house is so much faster with a Swiffer duster! I can reach high places and get behind furniture. They are simply a wonderful product.
    Now, if I could try the one made for hardwoods, maybe my floors would get the attention they need! Vacuuming always bothers my back.
    That Ed is a keeper, especially with that Swiffer sweeper!
    Also, love your new LVP floor!

  57. This is such a nice giveaway! I woul love to try the Wet jet mop! My kitchen tile is always in need of cleaning and that seems like a great way to do it quickly! Thank you for all your wonderful posts! I’m always looking forward to your next project! I love all your great tips! Still haven’t painted my ceiling fans but I always refer to your tips and then chicken out!

  58. I love the sweeper and use it on my hard wood floors to dust them. I have all the other items also and on both levels of my house but now need them for our camper!

  59. I LOVE the dry Swiffer Sweeper. I use it all the time but I would love to try the Sweeper Vac.

  60. I was not aware of the Swiffer vac but I use all the other Swiffer products. I have a duster on each floor and keep one in my office at work!

  61. Such
    Wonderful products,
    It’s difficult
    For me to
    Focus on just one!
    Each of these
    Really has its own merits!!

    See what I did there, with the acrostic of each first letter? I would love to try the WetJet, as I live kinda rurally, & have 2 doggies. Have tried the Sweeper, and the 360 duster, and they work great, & are convenient. Thanks much for the giveaway! :-)

  62. I love my Wet Jet, but I need the Swiffer Sweeper! Actually the duster looks amazing too. I’m all for making things easier! Love your blog!

  63. These sound great! I would love the The Swiffer Sweeper duster one to help with the dust and loose stray dog hairs. Thanks for the chance.

  64. Thanks for the chance to win! I had the 360 and loved it but the the green swiffer was probably my favorite bc I had three! One for each floor of my house… my house burned down (with all my swiffer!)in February so I’m living in my RV while we rebuild and I ran out to get a green swiffer for that! I will definitely be getting more swiffers for the new house

  65. I use the Larger Swifter Sweeper and love it but cannot find the pads locally at Target or Walmart. Had to order them from Amazon. I also have the Wet Jet Mop and love it. I wish I had the 360 duster to clean and dust with. It would make my life so much easier. Thanks for the info!

  66. All of those swiffer products would do me a world of good because senior care staff come into my home four times a week & arent allowed to wear surgical booties over their shoes in houses WITHOUT carpeting… so im c8onstantly trying to find ways to keep my VINYL tile flooring CLEAN!

  67. Having just completed and major renovation and floors that include wood tile and vinyl laminate I think the wet jet mop would be best. But I could use all of them!

  68. I have never used anything on my laminate. It is dark shiny hardwood look. Would the wet jet mop work. Would love to try it before buying it. I already have the dusters. Love them! I just vacuum and spot clean the floors. Except the kitchen floor which is vinyl. I use regular old mop for that. Love your information.

  69. All of the Swiffer products look as though they could help me win my losing battle against dust, but that wet jet mop is very appealing. I can imagine I might actually enjoy mopping the floor, instead of avoiding it!

  70. I used to have all of these products but when a couple from CA bought our NC home and they only had some of their furniture delivered on a rainy day in November due to it being on 2 separate trucks. The delivery guys were not exactly worrying about dragging in the fall leaves or mud along with the furniture. We stopped by to make sure everything was ok and the only cleaning equipment they had were the couple of rolls of paper towels we had left them. So we went out to the car and gave them all of our Swiffter products that were to go to our new SC home and we have not replaced them, waiting for a sale or coupons. We both love Swiffter.

  71. I would love to try the 360 duster and it’s extender. Sounds like a perfect addition to my cleaning crew!
    I need all of the help I can get.

  72. I need them each and everyone. I have had both the wet and dry and a hired woman stole both. (They are very sought after. lol) Really need the duster too!

  73. I would think the wet jet but the dry sweeper would be great for use with my 4 four legged babies. With having 2 beagles that she’s so much as season change

  74. I would love to try the Swiffer sweeper to go along with my wet jet. The 360 duster would be great to try as well. Thanks for the chance to win these great products!

  75. I want to try the Swifter Wet Jet. I’m moving to a summer lake condo and the bottom floor has vinyl flooring. I want to see how it cleans up little grandchildren footprints!

  76. Hi Diane,
    I would love to try all the tools but if I had to choose only one, it would be the Wet Jet mop. I mop all the floors in my house (hardwood & tile) so, it would really be useful, especially with the cleaner formulated for hardwoods. Thanks to you and Swiffer for the chance!

  77. I’m so happy that you posted this since I was confused too! We have no carpet but tons of tile, travertine and wood floors and the swifter wetjet would be perfect! Actually, I could use all of them.

  78. I love my Swiffer products. I think the 360 Duster is exactly what I need–I just told my husband yesterday that I need to get something to clean the dash of our SUV, and then you mention that very thing in today’s post! Thanks for the great idea, as well as the chance to win!
    p.s. I love your gray hair–very stylish and snappy! :)

  79. I would love a box of Swiffer products….Christmas in June! I use several Swiffer products, but would love to try more. Thanks!

  80. I didn’t know about the wet jet and would love to try it! I’ve been using the heck out of the dry swifter on our new vinyl plank flooring in our newly finished basement.

  81. Since we are on such a tight SS budget I only have the Swiffer Sweeper. I sure could use the whole “Cleaning Crew”!
    Thanks for all the info on the set! Hubby looks great behind the wheel……….

  82. I love all their products. I have a cat and she sheds terribly, so the dust mop comes in handy. I just discovered that my wet jet mop is broken, so I sure could use a new one.

  83. What a nice giveaway! Thanks to you and to Swiffer! Over the years we have eliminated most of the carpeting in our south Florida home. We now have tile and hardwoods in our “living areas” – the only carpeting we have in in the “pretty rooms” – the ling room and formal dining room which we never use. We have a very beautiful Golden Retriever with a beautiful coat of fur too! Despite daily brushings by me day, there are “tumbleweeds” everywhere! I would love to try the swifter sweeper! I’ve thought of purchasing this product many times but didn’t want to invest in the startup system only to discover I’d be going through too many floor pads to pick up all the hair in my entire home. I think I could probably “swiffer” everyday and that would be expensive to have to buy all those pads, I am guessing. I’d love to be Swiffer’s guinea pig and try out their products in a real life situation!

  84. Ooh, the wet jet sounds spiffy! I hate to mop, and anything that makes it easier is good for me!

  85. I have an old Swiffer Sweeper. The 360 duster sounds great! I could also use the WetJet. I have hardwood and a little tile and also have blinds so these would be put to good use.

  86. I love the 360 Duster . My house stays dusty and with Swiffer I can breathe better . Great Product !

  87. We have lots of allergies here so the 360 duster is very helpful in removing dust and pollen. We have central air but bring pollen in on our clothes. It is quick and does the best job

  88. I would enjoy trying the Swiffer Sweeper. A regular broom does not seem to be doing a good job on my laminate floors. Thanks for explaining what each product does.

  89. I’ve used the Swifter dusters since they first were available and was so glad to get rid of “dust rags”….
    I didn’t know there was a Swifter vac, but I’ve been debating on getting the Wet Jet Mop since we moved into our home several months ago. The first level floors are all Travertine tile…which I love because they are so easy to clean with a mob. But, since the Wet Jet would have the cleaner attached I wouldn’t have to fill the mop bucket with water and then measure a cleaner product.

  90. The Swiffer Sweeper is my choice…it really sounds versatile. But then again, maybe my husband would like the Wet Jet!

  91. I would be lost without my 360 dusters. I use the short handles and the extension handles. Would be great to have a bigger supply! ;)

  92. The WetJet Mop would be the most helpful around my house. Our two dogs keep our floors full of pawprints and other doggy messes.

  93. Love my Swiffer sister on my wood blinds and in my home office. I swear between the blinds and 2 computers the dust reappears in days! But using this this little gem helps me keep up! Esp my desk all of the books and crannies.


  94. I would love to use the wet jet on my tile floors. We even use the original sweeper to get snow off our cars…it works really well!!!!

  95. I have a dry stiffer and the 360 duster. I have an entire house of hardwood except the bathrooms and think the wet jet would just make life so much easier.

  96. Probably the Wet Jet for my 2 bathrooms with linoleum. Would also probably use it on my kitchen which is just plywood painted white and it desperately needs something during gardening season as I track in “yard”. The rest of the house is hardwood.

  97. I would love to try the Wet Jet! I have used the swiffer to pick up all the hair on the floor in the bathroom. It works great on the hardwood floors too to pick up the dust bunnies hiding in the corners?. Thanks Diane, and btw, I just love you and your down to earth, informative blog??

  98. The Wet Jet mop for the hardwood floors. This has been a revelation. I had no idea what I was missing. Maureen

  99. Our house has MANY venetian blinds! The older (1930s) part of the house has the wide blinds, while the newer addition has mini blinds. I love the way they look but they can be a pain to keep clean. Looks like the 360 Duster really would be a help!

  100. I looove the Swiffer Duster!!! I also use the wet jet every week, if not more. With two kitties and three dogs I vacuum constantly so I’d be very interested in trying the Swiffer Vac. I’m so glad Swiffer makes these products since cleaning is never done.

  101. The swiffer 360 duster would be my pick just because of the amount of miniblinds in our house currently hosting dust!!

  102. The Wetjet would be the ticket for both small and larger areas! Since I have no carpeting it would make cleaning floors quickly a dream!

  103. I have used Swiffer dusters and the Wet Jet for years and love them both. I still have the original swiffer with the dry cloth that basically dusts my floor. Would love to have a new collection of these tools. We are moving and it would be great to start out with brand new tools in a brand new house!

  104. I would love the sweeper for those quick clean-ups on our wood and bare floors! Thanks for the opportunity…

  105. I love my 360 duster with the extension pole! It is the only way to keep those ugly (but necessary) ceiling fans clean!
    Although, since I’ve had mine forever and use it so frequently that the little button is worn out and it just flops over.
    lol I would love to try the other products for my laminate floors. Thanks for the chance to win.

  106. The Swiffer wetjjet would make my life so much easier! I have both hardwood and tile floors on the first floor in my new home and I could use it as you describe to clean all the floors quickly, just switching out the cleaner. Hope I win!

  107. Very good! I have a cork floor and have always been nervous about what I can clean with, as it was not finished when installed. I’d love to try a Swiffer Wet Jet to see how they get along! I do use the duster, and find it does an excellent job. Thanks, Diane!

  108. I could really use a Swiffer Wet Jet Mop with the Extra Power Pads. My Swiffer is broken!

  109. I’m in, thanks for the education I had no idea they had a dry one to sweep up the floor before you wash it! It really does make cleaning up so much easier.

  110. WOW… The vac sounds amazing! I didn’t even know it existed, though I use the Wet Jet and Swiffer dusters. We have two dogs, and anything that vacuums is needed badly in our house.

  111. A wet jet would make my life easier with hardwood and tile floors and 3 dogs who go for 2 walks a day even in the rain!

  112. I didn’t know that Swiffer has a vac! I have the other two but am going to have to check out the vac!

    1. Hi Sandy – I love the Swiffer Vac. It uses the dry sheets and has a filter inside that you need to clean out from time to time. I use it to clean the kitchen floor after making dinner. It picks up all the little crumbs and stuff that fall on the floor. One of my blogging friends loves it to clean up after her dogs. :-)

  113. The 360 Duster, would love the extender for my ceiling fans that are hard to reach. What a great give away!!

  114. Just thinking today, I have never mopped my new hardwood floors because I don’t know what products are safe. Thanks for the great info. I would love to have the wet jet mop.

  115. LOL! I am always amazed at how I have to train my dh every time he cleans. I tell him he needs to clean more often so he can retain what I taught him. ?

    I use the dusters, but not fond of the swifter jet things. I always feel like they soak up the cleaner before it really works and leaves behind residue. I use a mop type thing and old towels clothes pinned on.

  116. These are great cleaning tools and I used to use them, but so, so bad for the environment. Those pads are going to remain in landfills long after I’m gone. I am concentrating on reducing my carbon footprint and have decided that there’s nothing wrong with an old fashioned mop and bucket. Nothing to throw away and no need to purchase replacement pads.

    1. Hi Susan – I agree that the disposable factor is not so great, but you could easily make a washable pad from and old-towel and some Velcro. I may just do this myself. That way you can simply wash and reuse. WIN WIN all around. :-)