PGC82822

Sweeper Dry Pad Refill

Cloth

Our Price $12.34 Per Box

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Dirt-grabbing ridges and grooves capture dirt, dust and hair on first try
Thick construction leaves floors up to 3 times cleaner than a broom
Easy to use - locks into place and removes quickly for simple disposal
Designed for Swiffer sweeper and Swiffer sweep and trap (sold separately)
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC82822
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
82822
Brand Name
Swiffer
Product Type
Dust Mop Refill
Color
White
Application/Usage
Cleaning
Material
Cloth
Recycled
No

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SwifferSweeper Dry Pad Refill
 
4.0

(based on 721 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (445)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (92)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (48)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (40)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (96)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (25)
  • Convenient (8)
  • Easy (8)
  • Fast (7)
  • Good price / value (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great idea needs greater reach

As a homeowner with cathedral ceilings, I was daunted in reaching the skylights and tracklights with the duster, a foot or so short. If you could make a duster head that snaps onto...Read complete review

As a homeowner with cathedral ceilings, I was daunted in reaching the skylights and tracklights with the duster, a foot or so short. If you could make a duster head that snaps onto the end of the sweeper's tube, I'd be the first to buy it!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

sorry, Swiffer

I had a debate with myself as to whether to insert a comma between "sorry" and "Swifer", because honestly, it is sorry. The pads are skimpy and...Read complete review

I had a debate with myself as to whether to insert a comma between "sorry" and "Swifer", because honestly, it is sorry. The pads are skimpy and tear when they are being inserted onto the plastic prongs, When you attempt to dust furniture the prongs work their way out of the pad, scratching the furniture. I like my feather duster with an application of static electricity from the tv screen. This is a waste of money.

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4.0

Pads not Staying On

By Terri55

from Sacramento Ca

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I bought a swiffer sweeper to replace my original one that I purchased years ago. The cloth wasn't sticking on the old one anymore because the grips were wore off. When putting the swiffer wet pads (not the ones in the box but others I purchased earlier) on the new swiffer they weren't staying on. What am I doing wrong?

 
1.0

Highly Disappointed

By LA84

from NY, NY

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I purchased a Swiffer Sweeper Floor Mop Starter Kit wet & dry on Friday by Sat after noon it was done! Love the fact its a dual use but once I was mopping my floor and put a little pressure the stick started to bend and eventually cracked in half. Should have figured once I started putting the parts together it wasn't sturdy. Highly disappointed, not buying another Swiffer product.

 
1.0

Worst product ever--I will never buy it again

By Robyn

from Roseville, Ca

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

The pads are dripping wet which is a mess. The pads fall off.

 
5.0

Only Swiffer

By tamanta525757793

from Undisclosed

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I have been using Swiffer since 2001 and I will never go back to using other products. I love my Swiffer and I stock up whenever it is on sale with coupons. I always have it on hand for cleaning.

 
5.0

Swiffer is better

By Daphne810164151

from Undisclosed

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

You know you see all the commercials on TV about how a product is awesome and don't believe it. Well with this product you can. We bought these for our new house and LOVED them. We got all the cobwebs from our 10 foot ceilings without leaveing the floor. Awesome product. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

 
1.0

Like trying to clean floor with a WET NOODLE !!!!!

By unhappy1

from Wausau, Wi

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I have been looking at a Swiffer starter kit for some time and decided to try one noticing a money back guarantee. I was totally disappointed after trying this mop. Handle is flimsy, and way too short, swivel head swivels all over the place, (poor design) and too small. PS Lots of luck getting your money back.

 
1.0

Wet and Dry Pads to Small for the Sweeper

By LarCodish

from Tampa, FL

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

The sweeper head is 17" wide and the pads are only 10". Product illustrations indicate one pad covers the sweeper head. Evidently you are supposed to use 2 pads per use? This should have been clearly indicated. I ended up finishing my job today wiping the floor on my hands and knees. If I had known pads were not made to fit the head of the sweeper, I never would have bought the thing.

 
4.0

love the individual wrapped wet pads

By noislandbob

from irish hills michigan

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I am so disappointed that you don't sell the individual wrapped wet pads. Please put ten or so in a box and sell them for us that are tried of the last half of the box going dry.. thanks

 
5.0

Not just for floors!

By stephanie801827633

from Undisclosed

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I love my Swiffer! I use mine to dust the ceilings and walls. Makes a real chore a breeze! And the scent is wonderful!

 
2.0

Who designed the packaging?

By Marianne

from Columbus, OH

Comments about Swiffer Sweeper Dry Pad Refill:

I almost took a sledge hammer to the duster trying to get it out of the packaging and removing the stupid red sticker from the handle!! Do you folks every test packaging before putting something on the market?

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