Cheap, Easy, Eco-Friendly & They Work Better!
What You'll Need:
- Old Shirt
- Sewing Kit or Sewing Machine
- Swiffer Base
First thing you do is measure your swiffer base. You'll want you leave about and inch and a half on the sides to create the flap to tuck your swiffer into. After measuring, cut your shirt to the appropriate size needed to make the cloth. Place swiffer on top of fabric and fold the sides with the extra fabric pin the sides and then stitch the sides shut. Turn the cloth inside out and place onto swiffer. I made 8 so I always have a few on hand. :)