Clean as you go

I was at the mall yesterday to do some grocery when I decided to drop by Japan Home. Japan Home is a cheapskate’s haven because everything is sold at Php 88 or Php 66. Items offered ranges from kitchen wares, office supplies, gardening tools, craft supplies and other knick knacks for the house. But what really caught my attention is the slipper with a rag-like sole, aptly called “cleaning slipper”.

The Cleaning Slipper

The Cleaning Slipper

While browsing at Amazon, I also found this cleaning slipper, it’s called Dust Mop Slippers and sold at $ 4.99. Japan Home’s version is definitely a steal at Php 88 only.

Dust Mop Slippers from Amazon
Dust Mop Slippers from Amazon

The phrase “clean as you go” fits the cleaning slipper, right?

Comments

  1. This reminds me of my elementary days when the teacher would ask us to wear socks and basahan para malinisan ung bagong floor wax na flooring ahahaha. Nice idea at fashionable pa 🙂
    .-= Earthlingorgeous´s last blog ..Tourism City Project To Open In The Philippines Soon! =-.

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  2. this is nice.. because even if you just “walk” you’ll be cleaning the house..

    I like Japan Home.. You can buy a lot of goodies at P88.. They used to sell, LCD Screen guards which cost a leg and an arm at cel shops, so that’s a bonus.. I bought 4 haha and stocked up, (that would’ve allowed me to buy 1 in a cel shop)..

    and they have nice “tupperware” like goodies…
    .-= aBIGwhale´s last blog ..If money wasn’t an option…. =-.

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  3. Yup, Abi, those tupperware like goodies are good buys, I bought lots of those because they’re cute and ended up storing them because I still have no use for them 🙂

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  4. That’s a cool find. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  5. this morning when i first saw your title at ym, i thought your post was about like the fast food restos or coffee shops here that crews don’t follow customers around cleaning after them… we clean here before we go… everybody is expected to cooperate and be disciplined…haha.. extra expensive nga dito eh compared jan, but you still have to do things like cleaning and fixing before going out…
    .-= jehan´s last blog ..Philippine Ajumma =-.

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  6. @jehan, I won’t pay for my food in a resto and then I’ll do the cleaning pa… hehe. Buti na lang dito kahit sa carinderia pa, may taga-linis. 🙂

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  7. exactly my point when i first experienced that.. at McDonald’s here, you swipe your own credit card.. they won’t do it for you.. haha…
    .-= jehan´s last blog ..Philippine Ajumma =-.

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  8. How I wish we have that kind of store here. *sigh*
    .-= Golden´s last blog ..Some Funky Flats =-.

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  9. I have these slippers too!!! But I can’t wear them now because I’m pregnant and I might slip. *L* Got my pair from Japan Home Center too. And you’re right — they ARE a steal at P88!
    .-= toni´s last blog ..Bring that belly to the dentist =-.

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  1. badet says:

    shares para sa mga mommies: http://tinyurl.com/nt3tp5 (the Cleaning Slipper) http://plurk.com/p/10ss5o

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