If you are as serious about your cleaning as I am, you’re going to love the OXO Good Grips Extendable Duster.
While I prefer to use a vacuum whenever possible for dusting and cobwebs and such, there are times when a duster is necessary, especially for high, hard to reach areas. That’s when the OXO Extendable Duster comes in handy.
With its sturdy, stainless steel extension pole that goes from 3 to 8 feet in a jiffy, I can reach the cobwebs along a high ceiling, or in a tall stairwell, with ease.
I Use It To Clean:
- Ceiling fan blades
- Tops of tall furniture like bookshelves, armoires, entertainment centers, etc.
- Cabinet toe kicks
- Vents and registers
Here, take a look for yourself at what it can do!
Have the OXO Dusting System? How do you use it? Share it in the comments below.
A simple twist-and-lock extension pole that extends up to 8 feet and collapses to 3 feet for compact storage.
A fully adjustable, pivoting head that locks into multiple positions allowing you to clean at any angle.
A quick-connect attachment that makes changing from one head to another super quick and easy.
3 Interchangeable Heads:
- Cobweb Duster for dust and cobwebs.
- Microfiber Duster for cleaning all surfaces, nooks, and crannies.
- Closed Loop Duster for cleaning the top and bottom of ceiling fan blades at the same time.
Easy and convenient storage. Simply collapse the handle and clip attachments to the Duster. Done.
The Good and Bad of the OXO Good Grips Duster
I really didn’t find anything to complain about with the OXO. It did exactly what I expected it to do, it made cleaning faster and easier, especially hard to reach areas.
Cleaning of the heads is easy. I vacuum cobwebs and dust off the heads after each use and wash them periodically. The microfiber head is machine washable and the other two can be cleaned with warm water and a mild soap. Let them air dry and you’re good to go again.
The Duster costs $45 and is available at Amazon. You can also get an OXO microfiber duster refill when the time comes, but you shouldn’t need one for quite some time.
Questions and Answers
Can the duster be used wet for cleaning?
Can you remove the extension pole and use it as a handheld duster?
How to wash OXO duster?
Can you clean ceiling fans with this duster?
Does it work on Venetian blinds?
How do you lock the pole in the extended position?
Can it be used to clean floors?
I found the OXO Dusting System to be a nice addition to my cleaning arsenal and plan to get a second one for use outdoors (great for quick cobweb removal around the front entry, patio, roof overhangs), and in the garage.
How about you? Have you tried the OXO Dusting System? Got a favorite, or absolutely indispensable, cleaning tool you use around the house? I'd love to hear about it. Drop me a quick note in the comments section below.
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Nancy Mudd says
I have not been able to get these poles to lock. The first set was replaced by Oxo. The second set was the bad as the first. After a couple of years, I decided to try the two extended reach bathroom scrubbers, hoping they had improved the locking mechanisms. Nope, just as bad. I keep thinking I must be doing something wrong or there would be more comments about the locking system. My husband can’t get them to lock either. I carefully (once again) followed the instructions in the article. The only place I can get them to lock is in the shortest reach. So much for extended reach. If it weren’t for not being able to get them to lock, the products are great.