Buying Guide: This cleaning tool helps you reach the grossest spots in your home
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Buying Guide: This cleaning tool helps you reach the grossest spots in your home

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If you mop your floors regularly, spray down your counters every time you cook, and scrub your shower weekly, you probably consider your home relatively clean. But even those of us who consider ourselves fairly tidy might be hiding a dirty secret. When was the last time you pulled out your refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, or washer/dryer to clean underneath? Now you can avoid the heavy lifting and clean every spot in your home with this under appliance duster from OXO.

Clean Hard To Reach Places

Need to wipe up food that spilled under the fridge, capture dust bunnies under your dryer, or clean up crumbs from under the oven? This OXO long reach flexible duster has your covered. The duster has two kinds of microfiber: a plush side for capturing dust and a thin cloth side for full contact cleaning. The flat profile easily slides under appliances so you won’t need to move heavy objects for a deep clean.

Reusable and Machine Washable

The last thing you want to do after you clean is keep cleaning. This microfiber under appliance duster can be thrown in the washer and dryer after each use. There’s no need to buy replacement pads or disposable dusters with this easy-to-clean $20 tool.

Why Customers Love It

With over 3,000 reviews on Amazon and an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars, it’s safe to say this under appliance duster is a must-have cleaning tool. Several customers mentioned how much this duster helped with their allergies since they were able to banish dust from under appliances and furniture. Reviews also mentioned this was the perfect duster for Venetian blinds.

OXO Good Grips Under Appliance Microfiber Duster available from Amazon


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