Check out this great idea I got from Rostitchery (http://rowena.typepad.com)
It's a reuseable Swiffer duster! I purchased some fleece from the fabric remnants at my local Walmart for $1.00. I placed my Swiffer handle (which is actually a Pledge duster handle!) onto the fabric folded four times over and cut out a little over 2 inch border all the way around:
Next, I cut a square that I folded over the prongs.
Make sure that the ends overlap and you allow some "wiggle room" as the fleece will shrink a bit in the wash.
Sew around the edges, leaving the bottom open for insertion of the duster prongs. Sew a zig-zag stitch down the middle:
Cut alternating lines in the layers of fleece. On subsequent dusters, I learned to cut my segments a little thinner. It makes the whole duster fluffier and able to get into smaller spaces.
Insert your duster handle, and VOILA! A totally "green" way to dust! Just throw your duster in the laundry when dirty and it comes out of the dryer fluffy and ready to use again! Here's John Paul with finished product, he spent the entire day dusting around the house! He told me I had to make the next batch out of Spider Man fabric and if it will get him to do my dusting....NO PROBLEM!
I was able to make three dusters from my $1.00 piece of fabric which sure beats $2.95 for a box of four!