Bought these last time. They’ve held up well but they’re a bit too abrasive for my wife. I really like the reach, it’s great for the back, and the exfoliation has really cleared up the skin on my back!
@uscpsycho Pretty sure they’re the same. I think they’d be okay for a car window. The trick with these sounds like it’s okay if you don’t apply much pressure. So really more of a dusting tool than a scrubber. I need a dusting implement for the vaulted ceiling, so I’m taking a chance here. Wish me luck!
@mehvid1 I use these for the skylight in my bathroom and can barely reach.
For my high ceilings in the living room and above the stairs this works great: DELUX Microfiber Feather Duster Extendable Cobweb Duster with 100 inches Extra Long Pole Duster
@Raysrny Depending on your state, it actually can be. Keep in mind that it’s shipping and handling.
A general rule of thumb for included shipping charges is as follows:
If the contents of the shipment are taxable, the charges to ship it are taxable
If the contents of the shipment are exempt, the charges to ship it are typically exempt
If the shipment contains both exempt and taxable products, the portion of the charge allocated to the taxable sale is taxable, and the portion attributed to the exempt sale is exempt
It wouldn’t bother me if it were taxed. Taxes are what keeps things working. I like living in a place with functional sewers and clean water. I would certainly be willing to pay more taxes just so school teachers would have reasonable salaries.
Are the pads the same or are there two different kinds? I bought a product similar to this for scrubbing a bathtub and shower walls, but I think it’s really more for that kind of cleaning, with water and some toxic chemicals. (the good way!).
But the text here seems to imply they are for dusting in hard-to-reach places, which is quite a bit different from scrubbing a bathtub. I can imagine the same pole system could work fine for both tasks but you’d need different pads.