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The better one is Rubbermaid (I think) and is sold in the back of the hardware section with "professional-style" cleaning supplies. The microfiber cover is much beefier (fluffier?) than the one sold in the regular cleaning aisle. You can also get replacement or spare covers.
Wool ones are excellent, but more expensive than cotton and synthetic and can be hard to find. The lanolin in the fibers and the static electricity really help to collect dust.
Ok, I take if back about being uber expensive and hard to find. Just found one source on line for $30:
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