I cut a micro fiber dish towel and was able to make 3 swiffer covers. I used the width of the towel as my length and cut 3 pieces 6" tall. I took each single piece and folded the ends up and sewed the fabric straight across. I used a zig zag stitch because the edges on top and bottom were raw edges.
Now just slide your swiffer mop inside on each edge. They work like a charm. Now I can just throw them in the washer and dryer and reuse them. Much much cheaper than buying the refills.
Welcome to my little corner of blogland coming to you from Western Pennsylvania also known as Steeler Country. My name is Geri, I am the youngest of 6 and I refer to myself as Sister Number 5. I love being a wife, mother and grandmother to one beautiful little girl. My true passion in life is creating new ways to use old things. I will repurpose everything and anything I can find. I love yard sales, thrift stores, consignment stores and boating. Relax, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy reading my blog. Hopefully I can inspire you to remake something in your house. Thanks for stopping by.