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Swiffer Sweeper Floor Mop Starter Kit $10.79 + Free Shipping w/ Prime or FSSS - Lowest Ever (on Amazon)

uscpsycho 9,618 18,093 September 11, 2016 at 10:16 PM in Cleaning Supplies (8)
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Last Edited by thestreetlight September 26, 2016 at 06:56 AM
www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00N6FT6TM

Lowest price ever on Amazon according to the Camels. - Now $9.72 and ships with a $25 order via Amazon.

Walmart also has it at this price but no free shipping - https://www.walmart.com/ip/45183239

Starter kit includes 1 Sweeper, 7 dry sweeping cloths, 3 wet mopping cloths
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lowest price ever saving a whopping $1.20! 😕
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Quote from contraium View Post :
lowest price ever saving a whopping $1.20! ?
Oh! I'm sorry. I didn't realize there was a threshold below which deals shouldn't be posted on SD. 10% off isn't enough?

Maybe I should keep the deals to myself from now on. SMH
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expensive refills
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Quote from xecutionkrk View Post :
expensive refills
Aren't there aftermarket/generic refills?

I just bought this for my mom. She insisted she had to have a Swiffer and was expecting the price to be higher. I'll be looking for generic refills soon so she doesn't have to buy Swiffer brand.
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Quote from uscpsycho View Post :
Aren't there aftermarket/generic refills?

I just bought this for my mom. She insisted she had to have a Swiffer and was expecting the price to be higher. I'll be looking for generic refills soon so she doesn't have to buy Swiffer brand.
No, that's how they get you sucker
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I needed a sweeper!

Thanks!
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Quote from MrFurley13 View Post :
No, that's how they get you sucker
Walgreens sells the Nice! Deep Cleaning Pads and CVS has the Total Home by CVS Deep Cleaning Pad Refills and ebay has tons of generic pads
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You don't need to buy refills. Purchase microfiber cloths - 24 at Sam's for $24 and you are set for life!
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The deal on their TV commercial is best, when somebody just shows up with loads of huge boxes full of them for you to try. How do I get in on that?
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Quote from xecutionkrk View Post :
expensive refills
shoprite refills work with the swiffer that I have.
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Quote from MrFurley13 View Post :
No, that's how they get you sucker
Oh, yes there are a handful of alternatives. And forking over $10 to stay on top of cleaning large tiled areas is worth it for plenty of people.

Quote from whitney56 View Post :
You don't need to buy refills. Purchase microfiber cloths - 24 at Sam's for $24 and you are set for life!
Way to save and improvise! :-)
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Last edited by alexandra.g September 12, 2016 at 10:17 AM
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Moved to a new place and needed a cleaning stick. This'll help reduce the work, I think.

Thanks OP
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Quote from alexandra.g View Post :
Oh, yes there are a handful of alternatives. And forking over $10 to stay on top of cleaning large tiled areas is worth it for plenty of people.


Way to save and improvise! :-)
I was using paper towels a few sheets thick and it was inconvenient but doable... But yea microfiber, I think I'll go back to this
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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Swiffe...c/45183239

Walmart has it for the same price now. Smilie I just clip my own microfiber cloth onto the swiffer and wash it every time I use it. It works wonders.
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