This may sound like a testimonial, but back in November, my furnace started backfiring during the night (for about 4 hours while we were sleeping before the alarms woke me up). My kitchen, upstairs stairwell, bathroom, just about everyroom in my house was covered in either layers of soot or a film covering of it. My sister brought me over the Swifter Wet and the dry packs. I used the dry ones to wipe everything down first and then the wet ones to clean. A heater man said I did it right because the dry one acted like a "soot magnet" to get the majority off. If I would have used the wet one first, I would have made a "slurry" on the walls & floors.
I can tell you it cut the cleaning time down quite a bit. I remember when it happened at the same house when I was a teenager. It took 4 of us 3 full days (8-8) to get it cleaned up. This time it took only 16 hours in the kitchen (everything had to be cleaned, even in the cabinets) and the rest took only 10 more hours and it was just me doing the cleaning.
I've looked at the Clorox one you mentioned about putting the container in the handle. I'm not sure how well I like that idea. If the guy from the commercial would come help, I'd have no problems.
My mom used to tell me housework, if done right, is better than any spa or gym you have to pay to go workout in, it moves and tones all the body. I should have listened, I might not be so fat now.