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Scrub Daddy’s dustbuster is instant bestseller

A top search on Amazon UK prior to its release, the new Scrub Daddy Damp Duster appears to be an instant bestseller. Selling nearly 1000 units online in the 24 hours after its UK launch on Wednesday (February 22), the Damp Duster is a pre-dampened sponge, which collects and traps dust. It is ideal for cleaning blinds, vents, baseboard, railings and mirrors.

Since its launch in the US, the Damp Duster has sold over 67 thousand units. Reporting on the UK launch, the Sun Online states: ‘Cleaning fanatics will go wild as cult Scrub Daddy product is finally launched in the UK after going viral.’ It explains: ‘It’s the cult product that caused a storm on TikTok when it was launched Stateside last year.’

 

Top: Dampen under the tab to revive the Scrub Daddy Damp Duster.

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