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What mop should I buy?

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mydailymailhell Thu 07-Dec-17 22:56:36

I'm trying to improve my house keeping skills. I've got a regular mop and bucket to clean my tiled kitchen floor but I feel like it's always a big event to clean it. Any recommendations for making mopping easier?

wowfudge Fri 08-Dec-17 07:03:23

E mop - they clean a large area quickly and you only need to use hot water.

MummyBearToOne1988 Fri 08-Dec-17 20:35:29

Steam mop! Life changing xx

mommybear1 Sat 09-Dec-17 06:49:32

Agree steam mop is best however thanks to
MN I also have a Vileda 1-2 Spray - life changer. No more scleaping around buckets!!! Great for a quick once over!

WhySeaEm Sat 09-Dec-17 21:21:33$ja=tsid:59157%7Ccid:199888113%7Cagid:17470725033%7Ctid:aud-144400486596:pla-92279947233%7Ccrid:74692318353%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:15708641101066834867%7Cdvc:c%7Cadp:1o1%7Cmt:%7Cloc:1007097&gclid=Cj0KCQiAsK7RBRDzARIsAM2pTZ-DKNn3q_TYSF4qBLB6cwXX_0GmID1zBKypxcvBNiEaYW-OvwhQLkQaAke9EALw_wcB

WhySeaEm Sat 09-Dec-17 21:22:04

Sorry don't think my link worked! JML Whizz mop, it's the best money you'll spend!

squiz81 Tue 12-Dec-17 14:48:06

E cloth mop all the way! I never use my steam mop any more. Emop cleans better, is lighter, takes up hardly any cupboard space and no cord so can easily whip round all of the downstairs. Plus i no longer have to worry about the steam damaging the wooden floor. I have mopped every day since i got it!!

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