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Old 02-22-2016, 06:33 PM  
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Neal, how in the hell did you find that?
I google searched mops that look like and went to photos.


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Thanks Neal. I'm on dial-up internet (all I can afford right now on my fixed income) The webpage has been loading for 10 minutes now LOL. Maybe eventually it'll load (and show the pictures). That's one of my pet peeves about Chinese listings on thebay. They have to have all these pictures of irrelevant items and stuff that has to load. (granted Chinese sellers aren't the only culprits). I've had it take 20 minutes for a Chinese thebay page to load. (dum dee dum dum)


By the time I typed the above, it was probably 15 minutes. I just checked and all the items still have the swirly things goin around and around.

Is there a Brand Name on the product?
I couldn't find a link it it by itself or a real good name for it but it is $12 US with discount for volume


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It looked familiar, so I went to the closet to check, and we have the same one. Same markings on the side and no other name in sight. But wife said it is a Swiffer (Maybe a first generation of it - and clearly not a "Wet-Jet" version of it). She said she got it at Walmart.
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Not a swiffer "sweeper" either. Hmmm.
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