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Is anyone familiar with the Casabella Chenille Microfiber Floor Duster?

Asked by SamIAm (8703points) January 31st, 2010

I have a vacuum, broom and this mop thing with a microfiber base but I am unsure how to or why I should use it. Does this replace a mop? What is the benefit of having this over a regular mop?

The only time I’ve used it, I sprayed a little water on the base and it basically dusted… is this the proper way to use it? Is water even necessary?

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Arp's avatar

Takes too long to type. I wouldn’t trust it.

Chongalicious's avatar

I’ve never used one, but it sounds just like a Swiffer dry mop. No, it can’t replace a real mop because it’s not the proper tool to use on a liquid mess; although (as the name suggests) it would be great to get rid of dust.
And what @Arp said :P

lillycoyote's avatar

I’ve not had very good luck with Casabella products. All the one’s that I’ve purchased have been from Bed, Bath and Beyond, and I don’t think it’s the store’s fault, but Casabella’s. While they seem clever and innovative, in my experience they either fall apart soon after I bring them home or turn out to be things that maybe looked good on paper but… well, I always get the feeling with Casabella products, that the designers get very into designing them and they must have looked good on the drawing board but no one ever bothers to test them under real life conditions, to see if they work the way they’re supposed to before they go into production. I just don’t buy them anymore because I’ve had such bad experiences with them.

SamIAm's avatar

@lillycoyote : interesting! but their dish gloves work really well and last for a while, fyi!

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