The Swiffer Extender extends up to 3 feet and claims to trap 3 times more dust than feather dusters.
The Good: The duster is lightweight and easily reaches my standard-height ceiling fans and ceilings. I found that it picked up and held dust quite well and kept much of it from becoming airborne. The head locks in several angled positions making fans, blinds and corners easy to dust. Swiffer offers an unscented duster and a few scented dusters.
The Bad: Not much bad to report. While the handle is lightweight, it does seem a bit thin when extended, though it hasn’t been a problem so far. A 12-pack of disposable dusters costs around $8 – $9. If you have a lot of dust, it could become costly.
Overall: I love this product! And to think that I have been using a dust rag all of this time. I noticed that I didn’t sneeze at all while using these (unusual for me). They trap dust exceptionally well and some of the cost can be offset with coupons commonly offered in the P&G coupon book in the Sunday paper. If you haven’t tried these yet, you are missing out!