As prices rise and we tighten our belts, I am always looking for ways to save a dollar here and there so we can use the dollar saved for something else. This past week I took the time to complete a project I’ve thought about doing for quite some time. In the long run it will save money and keep on saving. Several years back I bought a Swiffer Jet for cleaning my hard surface floors. Every time I’ve pulled off a nasty pad and pitched it in the garbage I’ve thought how easy it would be to make washable pads and visions of saved dollar signs rolled in my head. I finally put action to my idea and made some money-saving, pads for my Swiffer Jet. Sorry Procter and Gamble. No more throw away pads for me…and I’m working on figuring out how to refill the solution bottle.
Here’s how you can make your own reuseable Swiffer Jet pads: