Perhaps many of you can relate to the loss of movement in your wrists.
As you can imagine, cleaning mirrors can require some acrobatic moves worthy of Cirque de Soleil performers.
I’m always on the lookout for products that will make
light clean of this chore.
I was using the Raggedy Anne type tool you see on the left. It was better than nothing, but I found the mop-head to be as rigid as my wrists.
Then I found this tool (pictured on the right), with its flexible, triangular-shaped head. What a difference it makes.
Both items are available at dollar stores. They do the job without having to spray glass cleaner, plus the covers are washable. Chalk one up for the environment!
In case you want to know, here’s a handy 🙂 image that describes the movements of the wrist.
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