Swiffer products will now be used throughout the 479,000-square-foot Children''s Museum of Indianapolis
to trap and lock dust and dirt in every exhibit it houses, the release stated.
Jeff Patchen, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Children''s Museum of Indianapolis, said: "Dale Chihuly
''s artwork (Fireworks of Glass) is one of the centerpieces of our museum, and the preferred dusting solution to help keep it clean and dust-free is Swiffer. After seeing how well it works on such a delicate piece of art as Chihuly''s piece, we wanted to deepen our partnership with Swiffer to help keep our exhibits clean and dust-free for our young visitors to enjoy."
Swiffer Dusters use thousands of fluffy fibers that gently change shape to fit anywhere to trap and lock dust and dirt better than traditional feather dusters, the release added.