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Humans have a long history of using feather dusters. South African ranchers were the earliest users of ostrich feather dusters. It developed on a large scale around the end of the 19th century. Since feathers are mostly associated with elegance and luxury, they were only seen in wealthy families or families with servants.

It is precisely because the feathers of ostrich are different from other poultry feathers. The middle feather shaft is thick and hard, and the feathers are mostly down. The texture is soft, plump and elegant, and has a good hand feeling. It has excellent heat preservation performance, and ostrich feathers are the only ones that do not carry static electricity. Feather is more suitable for cleaning up some valuable crafts, calligraphy and painting, and electronic instruments. Until today, with the continuous development of technology, you can still find it in many homes, even if it is not used as frequently as the previous Edwardian era, the ostrich feather duster It is still a very effective cleaning tool and retains the elegance of the Victorian era.

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  • After daily use, the duster absorbs a lot of dust, you can put the duster head down, quickly shake the handle, which can remove all the dust easily.
  • Wash the feathers with warm water and leave them to dry in a cool, ventilated place, thus you'll get a clean, fluffy ostrich feather duster.
  • Hand-made products may exist 1or 3 centimeter difference
  • Feathers are bound by packaging during long transportation, so if you want the feathers turn to fluffiness, you need place the duster in a vase or place it head up for a period of time, when a duster is received. And it can also make the feathers quickly restore fluffiness to blow the feathers by a hair dryer.

There are many sizes, specifications, quantities, and feather colors for you to choose from.

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