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The 10 Best Spinning Mops  Jun 2020

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Best Spinning Mops - Tsmine Spin Mop Bucket System Stainless Steel Deluxe Review Tsmine
9 . 7
Best Spinning Mops - O-Cedar EasyWring Microfiber Spin Mop, Bucket Floor Cleaning Review O-Cedar
9 . 4
Best Spinning Mops - O-Cedar EasyWring Microfiber Spin Mop & Bucket System Review O-Cedar
9 . 1
Best Spinning Mops - Twist and Shout Mop - Award-Winning Original H Review Twist and Shout
8 . 8
Best Spinning Mops - O-Cedar Easywring Microfiber Spin Mop & Bucket Floor Review O-Cedar
8 . 5
Best Spinning Mops - O-Cedar Easywring Microfiber Spin Mop & Bucket Floor Review O-Cedar
8 . 4
Best Spinning Mops - Libman Wonder Plus Refills Kit – for Tough Review Libman
8 . 1
Best Spinning Mops - Libman Mop and Bucket Spin Mop & Bucket Review Libman
7 . 8
Best Spinning Mops - Hurricane Spin Mop Original Home Cleaning System Review Hurricane
7 . 5
Best Spinning Mops - oshang EasyWring Spin Mop and Bucket - Hand-Free Review oshang
7 . 2

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Your Guide To Buying a Spinning Mop


    It's fair to say that no one really enjoys mopping the floor, but it is just one of those tasks that, if you have hard surface flooring, has to be done. Therefore, for most of us, if there is something that can make this dull chore easier then it’s well worth looking into right? Spin mops can do just that, which is why over the past few years they have soared in popularity, as well as availability. We have put together this comparative shopping guide to help you find the right spin mop that meets your needs.

    The principle behind spin mops is that one can mop an entire floor without ever having to touch dirty mop water or even get your hands dirty. The mop itself has a rotating head that spins (thus the name) and can be wrung dry in the bucket. There are two main types of spin mops to choose from. Here is a breakdown of each to help you compare:

    Pedal Wringer Spin Mops: In the case of these types of spin mops, there is a pedal attached to the base of the mop bucket. The mop head is placed into the wringer and the user then presses the pedal to wring the mop. After the floor has been cleaned, the bucket can be detached and the dirty mop water disposed of without splashing all over the place. These are great mops for people who don’t want to get their hands dirty!

    Manual Wring Spin Mops: Manual wring spin mops use the same bucket and wringer system, but instead allow the user to twist the mop manually in the wringer to remove all of the excess water. These spin mops give users more control over water extraction.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    1. Wringing: Wringing is a big concern among mop owners. Users review their manual mops highly as this kind of mop gives them more control over how much water is removed from the mop head and seems to fare much better.
    2. Bending: The one thing about spin mops that seems to be universally praised is the fact that they reduce the amount of bending needed to mop a whole floor. Spin mops require a lot less bending and take a lot of the hassle out of the chore.
    3. Mop head: When it comes to reviewing mops, microfiber is rated much higher by consumers. They find that these mop heads are easier to get completely clean, dry faster, and last longer than the more traditional twisted cloth options.
    4. Adjustments: Another feature that many new spin mop owners truly appreciate is the ability to adjust the handle height on the mop itself. Being able to use a mop that is the right height for you makes a real difference to the comfort level you experience when using it.
    • If bending over is an issue for you, spin mops that feature wheeled buckets are much easier on the back.
    • To ensure durability, choose a quality brand that is known for good plastic components. Reading the manufacturer's specs and online reviews will ensure the plastic quality of your spin mop. And your new spin mop should come with a warranty or a return policy.
    • To make sure the whole family can join in with the cleaning, choose a spin mop with an adjustable or telescoping handle. This will mean that everyone, short or tall, can mop with relative ease.
    • Consider how much physical exertion, and what kind, you want to put into mopping. Those with weaker wrists or chronic pain will find pedal wringers much easier on the joints. If you have balance problems then choose a manual spin mop to make the job much easier.
    • It is recommended that you don’t put your spin mop away while the mop head is still damp, as it is more likely to mold before its next use. To ensure you get the most use out of your mop, let your mop dry and wring it well between storage. This will prevent mold and having to replace the head sooner.
    • Choose a mop head that suits your needs and your floors. Traditional cloth mops heads are cost effective and have good scrubbing power. Microfiber mop heads are durable, good quality heads that are easy to use.
    • Cleaning tip: When mopping in general, make sure that you are using a solution that is suitable for use on the type of floor that you are cleaning. If you are not sure what is best to use on your floor, you can just play it safe and simply use a mild detergent mixed in warm water, something that is safe for all hard floor types.

    O-Cedar: The Channell Chemical Company started as a wax and wood floor polish manufacturer in the early 1900s. Ever since then, their focus is always on innovation and their line of spin mops is one of the best-selling in the US.

    MopAway: MopAway is a New York based company that specializes in offering a wide range of mops and other manual kitchen cleaning devices. Their MopAway® Hands Free Dry Mop + Bucket has been heavily advertised on TV and is a national bestseller.

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