Sorry, Norwex, I'm Dating Swiffer Now


Swiffer Wet Jet
Swiffer Wet Jet, fairy dust included

But I still want you to stick around.


I'm not giving up my Norwex mop; it's great. I love how easy it is to use and that the pad is washable. The handle extends to any height needed so you don't have to hunch over while you're mopping. It swivels and gets under the furniture.


But...


I've been eyeing the Swiffer Wet Jet for months. The lady that cleans our office will use it when she comes in. I can't quite tell, but I thought I saw fairy dust flying around it.


Anyway, I bit the bullet yesterday, after so long of making up reasons I didn't need a Swiffer Wet Jet, spent a whole $25 and got my own.


Let me tell you, there really is fairy dust hovering around it!


It was so nice to place a disposable wipe on the end, press the little button for a squirt of floor cleaner, swipe, swipe, and yippee! The floor was clean, and I could throw away the dirty wipe on the end of the mop. Ahh...


And now I'm walking with bare feet through my house because I don't have mystery sticky anywhere.


I found out years ago that, for me, I'll clean more often when it's super easy to pull out the schtuff to clean. That's why I went from a Rainbow vacuum (best performance by far) to an upright Riccar. I actually vacuum more often because the Riccar is easy to pull out and use.


Same with disinfectant wipes. I have cannisters of those all over my house, and I use them all the time to wipe up everything from mystery sticky on walls to the scuzz on a bathroom when I'm doing a quick clean. It's been a quick mopping cloth, too.


Dusting and window washing? Same story. I have wipes for those--and Norwex.


Still not getting rid of Norwex. Those window and anti-bacterial cloths are the best, and I love their mattress cleaner. The dusting mitts are good, too.


So, I guess I'm double-dating Norwex and Swiffer. Shh...