Tiny duster made from possum fur. Twirl by the handle to charge the possum fur up with static electricity and use it to dust those fiddly little surfaces - kitchenware, computers, electronics, DVD's. Made by wrapping possum fur strips around a dowel handle, these little dusters are incredibly popular and unique. Who thought dusting could be so much fun!
Unlike synthetic dusters this quality product will last for years. Just keep on twirling to charge it up, it will charge just as much after it's been used 100 times as it does the first time you use it - that's the beauty of a natural product. Possum fur has a hollow core, resulting in natural double glazing. Incredibly light for the warmth it produces - in fact only the polar bear has warmer fur for it's weight. Unlike polar bear fur, possum fur is one of the only remaining 'guilt-free' furs in the world. Possums were introduced to New Zealand in 1837 from Australia and their population exploded, feeding on New Zealand native forests and wildlife in the absence of any natural predators.
Every year the government spends millions of dollars trying to keep possum numbers down and limit their damage. Your purchase of this product supports New Zealand’s conservation effort.