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Websters are great, but how do you wash them. Here's a way to make one that's very inexpensive and you can throw the dirty part in the washer easily!...
two tentacle sponges from Dollar Tree $2 one floor sweeper from Dollar Tree $1 scissors needle and thread
cut open a slit in the narrow side of each tentacle sponge and remove the spongey interior.
Sew the tentacle sides together as shown, leaving the back open.
Slip it on over the sweeper head, now you can use it for all sort of things like removing cobwebs from the ceilings, or even cleaning a whiteboard!
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