Best hardwood cleaner setup

Anyone have a recommendation for the best hardwood floor cleaning setup.
Something that:
1) quick to setup / start 2) fast and good cleaning for mild dirt, some clinging spots, lots of pet hair 3) cleans up and stores quickly
Thanks....
Jeff
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Here is what I like for SEALED hardwood, laminate, vinyl, and ceramic tile.
I use a soft broom to sweep up large amounts of pet hair and other obvious debris. Then I use an electrostatic pad, like a Swiffer dry mop, to remove dust and small particles that the boom misses. (If you don't have a lot of debris, you can skip the broom and go right to the dry Swiffer.) After the floor is free of dust and debris, I use a steam mop. The steam mop cleans all the remaining sticky, clinging spots and sanitizes the floor. The steam is great because you don't have to use a mop and bucket, you don't run the risk of getting too much water on the wood floor, it cleans and sanitizes without chemicals, and it dries quickly.
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A dust mop with a swivel head. For spots, use a damp sponge and dry with a rag. For thorough cleaning I recommend an oil soap (such as Murphy's Oil Soap), but only if the floor finish is in good condition. Water can damage wood.
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Anyone have a recommendation for the best hardwood floor cleaning setup.
Something that:
1) quick to setup / start 2) fast and good cleaning for mild dirt, some clinging spots, lots of pet hair 3) cleans up and stores quickly *************************
First I vacuum and then use Bonakemi. http://www.bonakemi.com/consumers/hardwoodfloorcare.html The microfiber mop is great and the liquid is the best I've used.
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