Saturday, January 13, 2007

~Dazzle your home!~

When I was little, my dad came home with "Mr. Webster". We kids were quite fascinated with his name, and his capability to reach the 9 or 10-foot ceilings in our house.

All through my growing-up years, we periodically used Mr. Webster to clean cobwebs off our walls and ceilings.

For my own housekeeping, I haven't employed Mr. Webster, until just last week. I don't know why I haven't bought one sooner, but with my high ceilings, I really need one. I dusted effortlessly around my ceilings!

When I was out shopping last week, I picked one up for my home. Only now, the manufacturer has changed his name. It's now a Dazzle Webster. I don't care what the packaging says, mine is a "Mr. Webster"!

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Anonymous said...

I love Mr. Webster! Did you know his handle unscrews and works great on a paint roller? Terrific for high walls and ceilings!

Tammy said...

Jean, I didn't think of using the handle for other things. That is a great tip!

Anonymous said...

I have one of those and have been using it for years! It is great to reach high places.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Tammy, for the tip. I find using a microfiber cloth and standing on a chair, to clean the ceilings, to be a real bear! I cannot wait to find a Mr.Webster of my own. Blessings!

Anonymous said...

We don't have any 'Mr Websters' in Australia. Such a pity as he looks really handy. Funny you should write about dusters - I just brought a new 'high reach' duster yesterday! (After much deliberation).

Anyway just to drop by and let you know I'm in the neighbourbood again Tammy. Good to see you're still blogging. I love the way your blog looks now - you've changed it!


Anonymous said...

I absolutely love my Mr. Webster! I just gave him a workout yesterday! Mine is a bit shabby looking from all the use but still works like a charm :)

Have a great night!

Anonymous said...

I have one!! I don't think it's a Mr. Webster but I love mine. It's great for ceiling fans too! :)


Tammy said...

Christine, I agree that a Mr. Webster would be much easier! =)

Welcome back, Kelleigh!

Kim, don't they hold up so well though? My mom had her original one for years and years. (She might still have it, though I'm not sure about that).

Kristi, they are nice for fans! I dusted mine off when I did the rest of the living room.