Its spring time here in the Midwest – which means we’ll have near perfect temperatures for about a week before the muggy summer heat descends on us. So this is the perfect time to get to work in and around the house, to open the windows and air out our homes, to pack up your winter clothes, to remove the cobwebs and dust every nook and cranny. Fortunately for you, we have a specific series of tools designed to make that last task a breeze!
First on our list is the genuine ostrich feather duster. It’s perfect for dusting hanging light fixtures, plants and collectibles. After you’re done it cleans up easily with mild soap and water.
Looking for something to knock the dust off your ceiling fans or get the cobwebs out of your corners? Our natural lambs wool duster with flexible spine is great for other hard-to-reach areas too! Again cleans up easily with mild soap and water so you can get years of use with one purchase.
Both of the above tools are equipped to accept a standard threaded end, which every single Mr. LongArm extension pole utilizes. We offer a variety of poles for just about any job, and lengths ranging from 2’ – 23’! But to start you off, for lighter house work application we recommend the ProPole, or the Aluminum Twist-Lok
Mr. LongArm is your one stop shop for cleaning tools and we realize that sometimes the mess is within arms reach. For those jobs we offer the Microfiber Cleaning Cloth. Made for cleaning grease, grime and dirt with just plain water. And when you are through, just toss it in the washing machine with your regular load (but don’t use fabric softener).
With these tools there is no dusting job you can’t handle, you’ll have the ability to reach just about any height in your home. The dusters can be found on Amazon and a number of other online retailers. Your local hardware store (such as Home Depot, Lowes, and Menards) is a great place to find a Mr. LongArm extension pole for the specific height requirement of your home. If you have any further questions please contact us via the Contact Us link in the navigation bar above or from our Facebook Page! Thanks for reading and check back soon for more tips and tricks!