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Unread 05-10-2010, 08:11 PM   #1
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White Nylon pads (brushes, sponges)

White nylon is often recommended for cleaning tile. However, two fairly big hardware stores don't carry them where other cleaning supplies are found. Are they common and maybe I'm looking in the wrong area? Does Home Depot carry them? What do they look like?

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As much as I hate shopping there, walmart carries them. I get the ones with the plastic handle for a buck each I think.

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