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chloemegjess Sun 19-Oct-08 16:38:31

Hello. Now I have an auto hoover, I would love a mop to finish the job. I found robo mop on ebay for £30 and £5 p+p but looking at the discription at says "dusts". I have 3 cats and soon 2 under 2s so I need one that will CLEAN the floors.

Does anybody know if it actually mops properly or does litterally just dust? Dusting is useless in my kitchen, it needs water etc.

If anybody can give any advice, that would be great as I don't want to buy if it will be no good.

Thanks

GentleGarotter Sun 19-Oct-08 16:40:00

No. It just dusts and fascinates the toddler.

chloemegjess Sun 19-Oct-08 16:52:27

Seems a bit pointless? Surely you would still need to sweep or hoover which would dust the floor anyway?

HubbleBubbleVoiantsTrouble Sun 19-Oct-08 16:58:21

great for laminate or wooden floors to prevent those dust tumbleweeds. I bought one for a friend last christmas, but was only £25, so i'm sure you'll get it cheaper if google it.

chloemegjess Sun 19-Oct-08 21:08:09

So is there no such thing as one that actually mops the floor?

JackieNoHeadJustABloodyStump Sun 19-Oct-08 21:09:53

THere's the sister/brother to the Roomba called the Scooba, I think - that washes and dries the floor, I believe. But v expensive.

JackieNoHeadJustABloodyStump Sun 19-Oct-08 21:11:36

Ah, but it's 'coming soon apparently. Could probably buy one on ebay, I bet.

chloemegjess Sun 19-Oct-08 21:14:20

Thanks fo that. The Scooba must have been what I had heard of before and got mixed up as I was sure I had seen one that mops! Looks fab but a bit out of our budget at the mo sad. I am lovong my auto hoover more and more everyday and it was only £40

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