Silver Premium Feather Duster
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Please allow us to introduce FlyLady's Silver Premium Feather Duster. This luxurious, voluptuous, soft, exquisite feather duster contains premium grade silver floss feathers with a few PURPLE ones tucked in there. These Silver Floss Ostrich feathers are the highest quality and have the best cleaning properties. The Silver Premium Feather Duster is approximately 30 inches tall, measuring from the bottom of the wooden handle to the feathers' tips. From the top of the collar (that holds the feathers) to the feathers' tips, it is approximately 14 inches long, and from the bottom of the wooden handle to the top of the collar that holds the feathers, it is approximately 16 inches.

The reason that an ostrich feather duster works is because there are no oils in the feathers. The fine feathers grab the dust and hang onto it. You just brush the feathers back and forth; there is no right or wrong way to use it. When you are finished, you take the duster outside and shake it briskly to get rid of the dust ("Bless the World!").

Caring for your Silver Premium Feather Duster

  1. When it arrives, remove the wrapper.
  2. Fluff your Silver Premium Feather Duster with a blow dryer, or you can run it across the steam from a tea kettle, and then fluff it with the blow dryer.
  3. You should bathe your Premium Feather Duster from time to time (about once or twice a year) by adding just a drop of soap and water to them, wash gently with your hands, and roll in a towel to get some of the water out. Then blow dry.

These dusters are made from natural ostrich feathers, so you will want to bathe it from time to time (following the process above) to keep it from molting. Dust mites are EVERYWHERE, and they just love to eat any dust left on the feathers (which is why "Blessing the World" after each use is so very important). Eating the dust can cause the feathers to molt. The periodic bath gets rid of any lingering dust on the feathers. Also, please remember that dust mites are most active when the duster is stored in a dark area, closet, etc. Keep them out in the light. FlyLady keeps hers in an umbrella stand by the window side panel of her front door!

Keep four things in mind when using your duster:

  1. If the area you are dusting for the first time is kind of greasy or really thick with dust, wash the area first with your rag and an all-purpose cleaner or dusting polish. Then use your duster to keep the dust away.
  2. Do not use any dusting sprays on your feather duster. These are not necessary.
  3. Gently move your duster across the area you are dusting. Once it has picked up the dust, go outside and shake out the duster (bless the world).
  4. Have fun! You never knew dusting could be so easy.