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What mop?

(6 Posts)
0hitisyou Fri 10-Aug-18 21:56:28

We currently have a$ja=tsid:59157|acid:480-316-7430|cid:199888113|agid:17470725033|tid:pla-221602399473|crid:74692318353|nw:g|rnd:16853349292140166511|dvc:m|adp:1o1|mt:|loc:1006502&gclid=Cj0KCQjw77TbBRDtARIsAC4l83lAMJw3vgL0ueBPH0NzRAOzEGzQJfj8bJoy4LcN80tU9581mqJpTVgaApabEALw_wcB but I spend a lot of time lugging heavy buckets around and having wet floors.

We have muddy floors in some parts due to doggy feet!

Reaa Fri 10-Aug-18 22:01:18

Shark steam mop worth every penny it costs.

JohnLapsleyParlabane Fri 10-Aug-18 22:04:18

A spray mop, ideally one with removable canisters so you can swap between general cleaner and wood specific for example

MinniesAndMickeysNeedCounting Sat 11-Aug-18 15:17:58

I have various mop. 2 Spray mops, sponge squeezy mop, 2 steam mops the shark and a karcher and a regular vileda mop and bucket. By far the best is the regular mop and bucket.
Interesting that pp said shark steam mop was good because I hate mine and never use it because it's so bad.

schooltripwoes Sat 11-Aug-18 15:49:43

I like my e-cloth mop

mommybear1 Sat 11-Aug-18 17:13:42

Depending on the size of area you are dealing with the Veilda spray mop is great for ditching the bucket. However if you have a large area you'll end up constantly refilling it. We have large areas of tiles floors so I have recently invested in a Karcher FC5 - brilliant no mop no bucket and floors are squeaky clean.

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