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    Some people use a spray bottle and spray the fibre as needed. I don't like this as it doesn't seem wet enough to me, I prefer to take it off and rewet it under the tap. I know that sounds a little annoying, but I have a HUGE area to mop and I only have to rewet it once, and it still requires much less time and energy than lugging around a mop and bucket.
    Thanks lambjam! I am graduating to a massive mopping area as well and just after some more appropriate options. It definitely sounds like the mop for me

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    I got a $30 cheapy from the cheap shop and I love it!

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    I tend to vacuuming just use the wet floor fiber too but my vacuum broke so its off getting repaired and I'm having to use the dust fiber which isn't too bad it just doesn't pick up the wet stuff ie the little bits of food DD spits out walking around eating an apple, saltanas.. I just find vacuuming that sort of stuff easier so I may as well use it for the whole floor. But hubby will mop with the Enjo mop he never mopped before!

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    But hubby will mop with the Enjo mop he never mopped before!
    My 12-year-old insisted on mopping a couple of weeks ago. I figured I must make it look like fun! He did a good job too...

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    For the sake of complete honesty... If I just do my family/dining/kitchen/laundry/powder room it takes one rewet (I don't care if that's not a word!). If I add my entrance and ensuite I rewet it twice

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    I have a monster brand one from Harvey Norman. Have owned a couple and this has been the easiest to use.
    I have an enjo I use as well but the steam mop is way less effort.

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    I have a h2o x5 too. I hate hate hate the weak handle. Im afraid to do long strokes incase it snaps. The pads also rip really quickly and need to be replaced. It also leaves streaks if i mop my wood floors before my white tiles. But it does the job if i do it in the right order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    My 12-year-old insisted on mopping a couple of weeks ago. I figured I must make it look like fun! He did a good job too...
    Bonus my kids like vacuuming its awesome

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    The shark steam mop is by far the best that I have tried!

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    Bissell Lift Off Multi-Purpose Steam Mop. Anyone tried/ have one? Reviews look ok I think. Looking at getting a new one our old one which was a cheapie isn't doing a good job anymore.


 

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