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Microfibre Mop with Washable Cleaning Pad £10 prime / £14.49 non prime Sold by The Dustpan and Brush Store and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 22nd Sep

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I'm sorry, this looks good quality but there is something very similar in Lidl atm for £5
I bought something like this (but not this) a couple of weeks ago from Amazon but I haven't taken it out of the box yet.
I am struggling to find what sort of bucket these things need.

(I don't understand how you can clean the floor using a mixture of hot-water and "cleaning agent/fluid" if there's nothing suitable to store that hot-water and cleaning fluid mixture. It can't be in a normal, high walled bucket as these mops are too wide to put in the buckets to absorb the fluid to then clean "mop" the floor with. Am I thinking of this whole "horizontal mop" thing the wrong way?)

Can anyone help please?
dorito23/09/2019 07:17

I bought something like this (but not this) a couple of weeks ago from …I bought something like this (but not this) a couple of weeks ago from Amazon but I haven't taken it out of the box yet.I am struggling to find what sort of bucket these things need.(I don't understand how you can clean the floor using a mixture of hot-water and "cleaning agent/fluid" if there's nothing suitable to store that hot-water and cleaning fluid mixture. It can't be in a normal, high walled bucket as these mops are too wide to put in the buckets to absorb the fluid to then clean "mop" the floor with. Am I thinking of this whole "horizontal mop" thing the wrong way?)Can anyone help please?


I use it as a "dry mop". So spray the floor with any kind of cleaner (Mr muscle/multi purpose etc) then leave and mop with this. Leave to dry. No water needed. Specific situations only I guess. Then just remove and machine wash the replaceable heads when needed.
I have also seen a special bucket somewhere with a postbox compartment.
johncrawford23/09/2019 10:00

I use it as a "dry mop". So spray the floor with any kind of cleaner (Mr …I use it as a "dry mop". So spray the floor with any kind of cleaner (Mr muscle/multi purpose etc) then leave and mop with this. Leave to dry. No water needed. Specific situations only I guess. Then just remove and machine wash the replaceable heads when needed.I have also seen a special bucket somewhere with a postbox compartment.


Ahh thanks. I would have thought that direct spraying of the cleaning chemicals on the floor would maybe damage the floor. Perhaps I can make a diluted mixture in a spray bottle and do it that way. Thanks for the information. I'll try it that way.
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