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Last time I bought a mop it was useless.

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Fluffycloudland77 Fri 03-May-13 16:04:21

It was a vileda. I want a good mop that I can flick around and everything sparkles afterwards.

So, what's a really good mop? I have a steam mop. Don't like it.

quoteunquote Fri 03-May-13 16:46:43

I just use an old fashion normal string one, couple of quid a head from the hardware store, had the same pole for years, and a metal mop bucket.

noisytoys Fri 03-May-13 19:12:05

I work in Waitrose as a cleaner and at work we use old fashioned sting ones that can be removed and washed. It can clean a whole store in minutes so will be great for a kitchen smile

KatyTheCleaningLady Sat 04-May-13 09:44:38

I use a string mop, too. I also have a flat microfiber mop that I can use to go over the wet floor and pick up anything left behind.

Both mops fit on same wooden pole and both can be chucked in the wash.

hollyisalovelyname Sun 05-May-13 22:50:29

I always think that you are putting your dirty mop back into the bucket of water and dirtying the water and just moving the dirt about on the floor. I got a 2 section bucket a few years ago in Lakeland so the dirty mop is squeezed into a seperate section.

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