I am sure many of you will agree that one of the most daunting house cleaning routines is cleaning the floors, especially if you have kids around. Floor mops are among the most essential tools in the home to keep hard floors clean and shiny. However, with the great variety of floor mops available on the market, it can be a challenge to choose the right one for your home. Take a look at our selection of the best floor mops.
- Wring Max Refill
This incredible mop can clean even the dustiest corners of your home. It has a microfibre pad which guarantees only the best cleaning results. Cleaning greasy stains is a piece of cake with the extraordinary Wring Max Refill floor mops. They are ideal for mopping wooden floors without leaving dust or stains behind. To prolong their life-span, it is recommendable to hand-wash it. It will take you only a few minutes. Have fun.
- Flat Mops
These mops have a flat, rectangular, elongated head which sits on the surface of the floor. Most flat mops have a reusable mop pad, which you can remove and clean and put it on again. They are highly recommendable for daily use and for a quick clean of wooden floors. The premium 5 flat mops provide a thorough cleaning with less chemicals and have a telescopic handle which includes 2 pad: one for wet cleaning and the other for dusting and sweeping.
- Steam Mops
These amazing household mops feature a small tank which is filled with water. When you turn on the mop, steam is released from the head of the mop into the floor. The head has mopping pads which can be removed and washed to get a more effective cleaning. Steam mops have a disinfecting action and this makes them an ideal appliance for cleaning bathroom tile floors as well as other hard surfaces.
- Sponge Mops
These floor mops consist of a long and absorbent sponge. The sponge is ideal for cleaning spills as it absorbs them and leaves the floor stainless. Also, you can damp the sponge with water and clean tiles and hard floors. Another advantage is that if you need to, you can easily replace it. Sponge mops have a roller at the head which folds the mop in half to squeeze out the excess of liquid.