what do you use to wash your floor; wood/tile?
how often do you wash?
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter" ~~ MLK
thanks for the suggestions about microfiber cloths-- how do they stay on? do they just cling to the velcro?? dang, i just bought a new box as i hadn't found a ggreen altrnative... well, after that's gone, i know what i'll do!! I also love my wetjet, and i have good things to say about the customer service dept!!
I have had 3 Swifers. It really makes my life easy. I really enjoy cleaning with it until it stops working. As I said, this ismy 3rd Swifter. It was purchased at Target. They were kind enough to accept the first two I had to return for the same problem. The nozzle for the detergent stops working. Please help me. I feel bad taking it back to Target again. My name is Ellene Pelovitz. Email is [email protected]. Hope to hear from someone from Swifter. Thank you.
I have an O-Cedar ProMist mop that is similar to a Swiffer but without a battery and has a refillable bottle and washable pads. I like it.
Kim ~mom to one awesome dd (12)
I love, love, love my Libman Freedom mop! No batteries involved. I bought a couple extra pads from a seller on Etsy.
Kali (pka Michelle) ~ crunchy wife to Cory (09/06) ~ Mama to H (03/90) & I (06/92)--both ~ BF for 35 consecutive months ~ x 4
I have an Enjo mop and I LOVE it. I used to have a Swiffer mop and it just couldn't compare. This does a better job and there is no fussing with containers or batteries and no worries about chemicals as the microfibre cleans deep into the pores and crevices on my floors with just water. I bought it over three years ago and both the mop and the fibre look and work as well as they did new and I wash my floors 2-4 times a week. We have wooden floors and a little bit of ceramic tile. It took a few washings to get all of the residue from years of washing with Swiffer off the floor but now the floors gleam and shine more than we did when we moved in and that is with three kids and a dog!
I've been using my broken swiffer wet jet for like a year now. I just use a spray bottle with my preferred cleaner and spray it manually as I go. It's really easy. Plus thanks to the velcro on the bottom I use whatever other reusable towels/pads I want. Takes about the same amount of effort and time & will work until you feel like buying a new one.
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