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    Default Someone recommend me a good mop :)

    I'm in need of a new mop and have no idea what to get .
    At the moment I'm using one with the strands of cloth on the end I dunno what it's called lol.

    I have times in my house oh and a messy 16 month old Haha!

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    Oops I meant to say *tiles*

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    Enjo mops are awesome!! Love mine. They are pricey but worth every cent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiexox View Post
    I'm in need of a new mop and have no idea what to get .
    At the moment I'm using one with the strands of cloth on the end I dunno what it's called lol.

    I have times in my house oh and a messy 16 month old Haha!

    :-)

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    I really dislike mopping.. I currently have the same style as you and it's just not doing it for me...

    I'm considering buying a steam mop just to keep the kitchen tiles continuously clean (it seems like it would be quicker, less messy etc), and use the mop for the remainder of the floors on a weekly basis (they don't get as dirty)..

    I don't know if it'll be as handy as I think it would!

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    I started with an enjo mop but it never cleaned the grouting properly. It was great for a quick go around if you were having people around but now I wouldn' go past my steam mop. Hope I have'nt confused you.


 

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