I have a Casabella mop but I would have gotten a Cuban mop if I knew about that before I got mine. It looks very sturdy. I used the regular -- what, Rubbermaid? -- ones they sell at grocery stores and K-mart for years, but I used to break them pretty regularly. I'm apparently a somewhat over-enthusiastic mopper. And my mop has a replaceable sponge, so you don't have to throw the whole thing out when the sponge part gets nasty. I was appalled at the price, but it works much better than the lighter-weight mops I had before, plus, like I said, the no breaking is a definite advantage.
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9/22/05 at 12:30am