Best Mop For Wood Floor

Best Mop For Wood Floor

Copihue – Yep, for dry dusting or dry mopping (which is what I use every time to DUST the floors and remove pet hair before I use the Bona spray mop to CLEAN the floors), the Bona Mop itself would be fine. I use the Swiffer dry mop for this, but they’re both quite similar I think. I can’t imagine CLEANING my hardwood floors — with a liquid cleaner — and using some elbow power with that type of mop though. The Bona Spray Mop is much more durable and made for heavy-duty cleaning and scrubbing, so I think you’ll be happy if you do decide to get the sprayer mop. I don’t think I could bend it if I tried. Yet it’s not TOO heavy to use repeatedly on my entire first floor of hardwood flooring. If you try it, let us know what you think!
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

The Libman Wonder Mop has an integrated wringer sleeve so you can wring out excess water without having to touch the mop head or use a separate wringer or bucket. As The Sweethome notes, that makes it particularly ideal for smaller spaces. Most users say the wringer is easy to use, although some say it can be tricky to get the hang of at first. Users say the mop is very easy to maneuver and can get into tight corners and tough spots like the sides of toilets. Like all string mops, the Wonder Mop is great for absorbing liquid spills. The mop heads, the Libman Wonder Mop Refill (Est. $13 for 2), hold up for about 50 trips through the washer.
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

Reviewers say what really sets this Microfiber Wholesale mop apart is higher-quality construction. It has a stainless-steel handle that can telescope from 4 to 6 feet long, and unlike many competing mops, it won’t collapse in the process, most owners say. It also lies almost flat against the mop pads to clean under furniture, beds, cabinets or other dusty areas. The included wet mop and dust mop pads reportedly stay put on the mop handle and can be cleaned in the washer. A handful of owners say the mop head is too big to get into tighter spaces, however.
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

Best Reviewed Best floor mop O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop The inexpensive O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop is a cut above the rest because of its superior absorbency and washable, tangle-resistant mop heads, reviewers say. Users also say this mop is versatile enough to be used with or without a wringer bucket, with some saying it’s easier to control moisture levels by tackling that task themselves. Tall users especially like the extendable handle, which makes mopping less awkward. $9 at Walmart.com
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

Best floor mop O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop The inexpensive O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop is a cut above the rest because of its superior absorbency and washable, tangle-resistant mop heads, reviewers say. Users also say this mop is versatile enough to be used with or without a wringer bucket, with some saying it’s easier to control moisture levels by tackling that task themselves. Tall users especially like the extendable handle, which makes mopping less awkward. $9 at Walmart.com
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

A good floor mop will be your best friend when it comes to keeping your floors sparkling. The best mops are easy to push, are maneuverable enough to get into corners and under cupboards, and won’t buckle under when you need to lean in and use a bit of muscle to scrub. The one feature a floor mop really needs (with the exception of spray mops or mops for hardwood floors, which don’t get as wet) is an effective way to wring out the mop head. Otherwise, the mop will be heavy and excess water will pool on the floor. All of the floor mops and spin mops in this report have some type of integral wringer, or can be paired with a wringer bucket.
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

Best Reviewed Best spin mop Twist & Shout Mop The Twist & Shout checks all the major boxes for a spin mop: It’s easy to wring out the microfiber mop head, it maneuvers well into corners and under furniture, and it does a great job of cleaning floors without leaving them too wet. There are also no flimsy pedals to break – just push the mop handle down into the bucket to activate the wringer. The handle adjusts up to 56 inches. Buy For $39.95
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Best Mop For Wood Floor

The Libman Wonder Mop (Est. $15) gets high marks for a floor mop that’s also very affordable. It’s long been a favorite mop of users, and it still earns a top spot in our roundup. Reviewers praise the Wonder Mop for its microfiber strips, which are lightweight and less susceptible to mildew than standard cotton string mops. Testers with The Sweethome say the metal handle is “strong, light and nimble,” and users say they can bear down to scrub stubborn stains without the head folding over, or feeling as if the handle is going to bend or break. However, a few say it does not scrub well enough to deep clean tile that has visible grout, such as some ceramic tile floors, and others complain the mop head is a bit too small.
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Best spin mop Twist & Shout Mop The Twist & Shout checks all the major boxes for a spin mop: It’s easy to wring out the microfiber mop head, it maneuvers well into corners and under furniture, and it does a great job of cleaning floors without leaving them too wet. There are also no flimsy pedals to break – just push the mop handle down into the bucket to activate the wringer. The handle adjusts up to 56 inches. Buy For $39.95
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We live on an island and all the roads are dirt roads, the yard has some thin grass and moss, and we have a dog and there are five of us. I received the Bona mop and dry mop as a gift (all the floors in the house are hardwood) and feel they could make a better mop. The handle of mine is duct taped together, the plastic hanger falls off while mopping and the pole is starting to bend. I have had the mop for one year. The cleaning solution works ok, better than plain water. In high traffic areas I have done three consecutive cleanings to get the floors clean. I am usually exhausted after cleaning the floors because it takes so much scrubbing so am considering getting the sprayer mop. Hopefully it will hold up better.
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For a cheaper alternative to both the Bona system and the Microfiber Wholesale mop, the O-Cedar Microfiber Flip Mop (Est. $20) can make quick work clearing hardwood floors of dust, pet hair or light dirt, owners say. Its mop head is a generous size – about 18 inches, like the Microfiber Wholesale mop – and reviewers love being able to flip the mop pad for twice the cleaning surface, or keep one side damp and one side dry for dual cleaning.
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Like most microfiber mop pads, these O-Cedar pads are machine-washable, and the manufacturer says they should withstand about 100 trips through the washer before being replaced with an O-Cedar Microfiber Flip Mop Refill (Est. $9). Though O-Cedar touts the mop pads’ scrubbing strips, a handful of reviewers say the mop head is not built for heavy-duty scrubbing since it can’t withstand a lot of pressure on the split pads. Some also say the mop head comes loose from the handle too easily.
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Spray mops aim to be the most convenient floor mop you can own. They include a container for cleaning solution that’s attached to the mop handle and disposable pads that attach to the base. Just spray, mop and discard the pad when it’s too dirty. There’s a cost to this convenience, of course: Pads and cleaner refills can be expensive, and the mops operate on battery power, so batteries have to be replaced. Some also worry about the environmental impact of disposable accessories, although some mops have refillable containers that can use any type of cleaning solution and washable, reusable pads. Also, spray mops are just for light cleaning and will not absorb water like a traditional floor mop.
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Spin mops are regular floor mops that include a system for wringing out excess water. This is usually a bucket with a wringer that is operated either by a foot pedal or by placing the mop in the wringer, causing it to spin. Some actually squeeze and wring the mop out, while others just use centrifugal force to spin the mop dry. The latter is superior because it does a better job of squeezing out excess moisture. Spin mop heads are round and the strings or strips are made from lightweight, absorbent materials. Thanks to a swiveling head and lay-flat handle, they maneuver well, even in narrow spaces. They can be used with any type of floor cleaner.
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While most people seem to prefer a microfiber mop such as the Libman and O-Cedar mops for heavy-duty cleaning, a basic sponge mop may still be on your list because it’s not as cumbersome for quick jobs. If so, the Rubbermaid RCPG780 PVA Sponge Mop (Est. $30) is among the best-rated sponge mops out there. Though pricier than other sponge mops, reviewers say this commercial-grade option is more durable than the competition, with a sturdier handle and a PVA mop head that stands up to heavy-duty scrubbing.

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