Trying to mop it right with MopRite Spin Mop

I’m a new mom and my baby just turned 2 three months ago. Housework used to be so easy for me when I was living independently and even on my first years of marriage with my husband. Everything has been done with a perfect routine: I mopped the floors clean and if I wasn’t satisfied, I’d get a damp cloth and scrub it with my bare hands, I washed dishes, cooked, and did some part-time writing work on the side. However, after pregnancy and now in transition to being a hands-on mom, I’m learning how to go around the demands for time that a baby requires. Is it just me? I can’t seem to move away from my little one even if she’s just sleeping.

This has vastly altered my routines. From freely moving to every corner of the house before to clean each corner, I now refuse to move away from where my daughter is. This forced me to seek ways to make housework faster and have it done while my husband is at home with me so he can watch my child as I clean. Moprite is one of the buddies I had chosen to speed up my cleaning.

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HIGHLIGHTS

Let me tell you first the highlights for this mop. What I think sets this apart from other mops and what they highlight most on the packaging. Some would be my personal opinion based on experience, but most of it are things that I don’t pay much attention to but are on the packaging, and may be of significance to you:

The bucket has two spinners. One is especially made for drying the mop while the other is specifically made to keep it clean and drain out the dirt. The mop head is claiming to be safe for use for hardwood, ceramic tiles, marble, linoleum, vinyl, granite, laminates, and even glass! I would say that based on the description, it is basically safe for any surface.

The mop head is also machine-washable and is made of microfibers that are super absorbent and said to be eco-friendly. These are also said to be gentle on any surface and would not cause any unwanted scratches most especially on delicate surfaces. Aside from that, they also suggest that this mop could be used on anything. I personally just use it on floors, but it is said to be usable for windows, cars, and even ceilings.

It comes with a stainless steel handle and mop plate, making it resistant to corrosion.

FEATURES

This is the only spin mop in the market with a stainless steel mop plate and handle and comes with a dual spinner technology on the bucket designed for cleaning out dirt and drying the mop head.

It is gentle to all kinds of surfaces and is made from eco-friendly materials.

It also comes with a scrub brush that could be used for cleaning the grout and other stubborn dirt.

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