Perhaps one of my greatest designs yet - this is the one that I'll be remembered for when I die. No, I don't mind that this will be the case. Better people have been and will be remembered for lesser things. :)
Anyways, this is a narrower version of the Swiffer that allows you to reach those difficult to access areas around kitchen appliances and other nooks/crannies. It allows you to recycle your old dryer sheets which work pretty well at sweeping up dust and gunk that collects on the floor. Use binder clips to secure the sheets and a self-adhesive foam surface on the bottom of the mopper to help it glide extra smooth across your classy faux-wood floor.
Dampen a paper towel to make it into a bonfied wet mop. Oh the joy.
Here's a 2 minute video of the assembly and usage cuz I know you wanna do it right:
Except for the handlejoint, all of the .stl files should be printed as is without support. The handlejoint just needs external support only. Their print orientations are important for good structural integrity during use.
If you found this useful, it would bring me great joy to see your work - so be sure to share. :)
Or, better yet, please feel free to dump a bitcoin or two here (I'm trying to collect as many as I can before the apocalypse):
... include a note to the effect of "Hi 3E8, thanks for the kitchen mopper thing... my life is infinitely better on account of it and please accept this paltry amount in gratitude".
You're welcome! (in advance) :D
Also, feel free to peruse my other submissions which are almost as varied as they are many: