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Long handled dusters - where??

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bluesky · 07/11/2006 20:56

Has anyone seen one, I have looked everywhere, Lakeland etc etc

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EllieK · 07/11/2006 21:53

try the cheapy shops, we have warehouse, poundstretcher, qd etc ....

PennySweets · 07/11/2006 22:59

I got a really nice ostrich feather long handled duster from Makro. It wasn't too expensive either. I realise not everyone can go to Makro as it's for trade customers, but my parents have a shop so I go with my Mum. Might not be of much help, but if you have a Makro near you and know of someone who goes there...

cryptmonkey · 07/11/2006 23:28

You could get one from the flyshop. Flylady

bluesky · 08/11/2006 11:02

thanks for the ideas

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Jelley · 08/11/2006 11:05


JackieNo · 08/11/2006 11:07

Is this long enough?

bluesky · 08/11/2006 19:34

Thank you! Now why didn't I find that Lakeland one?!

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sahmtotwo · 08/11/2006 22:29

Just ordered the Lakeland one. Had an email today to say it had been despatched. Woohoo!!

controlfreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaky2 · 08/11/2006 22:36

saw thread title and thought bet lakeland do one... but you're all there before me. what about johnny lulus

Skribble · 08/11/2006 22:36

POUNDLAND pack of 3 for £1.

bluesky · 09/11/2006 12:22

ooh we have a new poundland, I will visit there too!

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Skribble · 09/11/2006 21:19

Its a bit like Ikea in a way, you go in for a pack of tea lights and come out with a new sofa and a strange rug. Ok so poundland don't do sofas or rugs but you know what I mean . I get carried away but aleast they only take cash so at least there is some control.

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