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Wow - I bought 3 when i saw these today!

Normal price is around £19
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Passior#1
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Kdund2lJQtI/Tr7yrzK4K6I/AAAAAAAACtQ/hcesH68MAk8/s425/power%252520mop.jpg
ollie321#2
is it instore only?
:-)

Edited By: ollie321 on Nov 12, 2011 22:41
chepo#3
Put Asda in the title so people know where the deal is at!! Heat added :)
Debbony#4
They need to be this cheap considering how expensive the refills are - and you can't get into the detergent bottle to refill with anything else.
wantypantsaroonie#5
Good price, I got some for quick whip rounds to freshen up inbetween big mops and for the bathroom, work really well. Heat aded. :)
flloydee2 3 Likes #6
yes you can get into them just drill the top and make a wee plug
sconto#7
Wow very hot if i other stores too. I will be running there tomorro lol
spacemaniac#8
nice one! heat added :)
vicknanth#9
Wow very cheap the refills are £3 for bottle and £3.50 for pads but they last ages and i mop every day :)
Judge Nutmeg 7 Likes #10
flloydee2
yes you can get into them just drill the top and make a wee plug


I personally wouldn't refill them with wee. Might be a bit smelly in the long run.
meem#11
is this nationwide?
samanthab#12
costly refills and my sainsbury stopped stocking the pads and refills a couple of yrs back
Babbler#13
Yup - if being discontinued what will happen when you run out of pads?
gooder74 1 Like #14
Great price for these power mops and can buy refills for around £2-£3 at places like Savers etc, i stocked up last time I saw them on offer but could def do with a new mop now so trip to asda for me today! thank you
vampiress44 3 Likes #15
If you turn the refill upside down into a pot of boiling water so it only covers the lid for 30 secs or so the lid should come off easily.
jimbob123456789#16
8)nice gonna get me one of these
FoxForce5#17
You can either do the boiling water trick or slide a slim sharp knife around the gap between the bottle & the cap, there's just a few tiny plastic 'teeth' facing against the thread stopping it coming off with the thread as normal.

I've been using the same bottle & refilling with a supermarket own brand no rinse/streak/quick dry floor cleaner for about a year, dirt cheap (pun intended) & works just the same.
emanas#18
None in Milton Keynes, Has anyone found the deal except OP?
richardbest49#19
nice one
Makinmoney#20
Just wondering if anyone has had any luck with this today? TIA!

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