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Title: Swiffer Wetjet and Pets
Post by: Jim on 01 20, 18, 04:13:01:AM
 
 

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Title: Re: Swiffer Wetjet and Pets
Post by: emilyB on 01 20, 18, 07:54:25:PM
Thank you so much for posting that.  I have a Swiffer Wet Jet and use it a lot.  Our dog likes to lick up any crumbs she might find on the kitchen floor which is a wood floor and I go over it quite frequently.  So far thank goodness she hasn't shown any signs of discomfort but I'm not going to risk it.  There are two different solutions that you can get with the wet jet.  One is for wood floors and the other is for tiles like granite or lino in the bathrooms.  I'm going to check them both out.  Darn I just got refills for both.


Title: Re: Swiffer Wetjet and Pets
Post by: takncarabizniz on 01 21, 18, 09:01:29:AM
I use Swiffer wet, but not the wet jet, but this alarmed me, so I read more on the interwebs...

Apparently, it's an urban legend.

https://www.thespruce.com/poison-control-swiffer-wet-jet-rumor-3384240


Title: Re: Swiffer Wetjet and Pets
Post by: emilyB on 01 21, 18, 03:34:55:PM
Oh good!  I was thinking of dumping it and I had just bought a new pack of pads.  First I was going to take a look at the list of ingredients in the bottles of the cleaning fluids. 


Title: Re: Swiffer Wetjet and Pets
Post by: Jim on 02 28, 18, 12:51:58:AM
 
Oops, my bad. I should have checked this out first, even though I got it from a trusted source. grrr