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Mops question (sorry saw the vacuum question and I thought I would ask)

Answered 2 years ago

Been researching mops. I'm looking at 1) wet mop, like a spin one, microfibre and 2) dry mop, microfibre to use instead of a broom. What do you use? What works/doesn't work?
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2 years ago
We have the natures direct spin mop I highly recommend I’ve had mine for years. It also has the attachment to use on walls.

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2 years ago
I have a sabco spin mop. They are the best invention ever. They don’t need effort to wring out and it doesn’t leave a lot of water behind. I’ve had the velida one before but it broke quite quickly and was more effort to use.

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2 years ago
OP here. reviews on both of them say the opposite! They say sabco breaks and veld doesn't. It's so confusing reading reviews online! Thank you for your input!!!

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2 years ago
It can get really confusing reading different reviews online. My velida spin mechanism seized. The only problem with the sabco one was when I accidentally bent the handle, which I fixed in 5 minutes with a pair of pliers and a bit of wd40 to help it spin out better. Everyone will have different experiences though. Normally I love the velida products, like the squirt mop which works great for small or quick clean ups. Once my bub is moving around that will be used every day just to disinfect the floor rather than mopping every day.

Sorry about rambling on. I hope you find something that works well for you.

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2 years ago
OP here. no rambling! thank you for your info!!

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2 years ago
I go through so many mops looking for the right one. I loved the spin mop but the model I bought stopped being made so I couldn’t get more mop heads to fit. I’m now using the Aldi stick mop with the spray attached. It is so easy to use and because you’re not getting much water on the floor it dries quickly. No water puddles left to damage wooden floorboards. No bucket of water to carry around. Came with two cleaning pads so I use one for living areas and one for bathrooms.

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2 years ago
is it flimsy? the Aldi one?

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2 years ago
Nope. It’s great.