I've got one of these:
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I rap a rag around the floor brush and essentially mop with it. Works swell.
Much easier to use than a regular mop.
It also remove wall linguini.
On Jan 19, 7:39 pm, email@example.com wrote:
I have a low-end model (Shark), but it works well enough to keep me
interested in getting a better one. It doesn't clean nearly as well
as shown in the infomercials (try to contain your shock at this), but
it does a decent job. Probably no faster overall than a regular mop,
but it is nice to dispense with the water bucket, and there's clearly
a savings over buying floor cleaning products. The things that bug me
the most about the Shark are: requires several changes of pad while
cleaning if floor is very dirty, and the pads are ridiculously
expensive; doesn't hold enough water to do a very large area in one
filling; the leading edge of the cleaning pad tends to come loose,
making mopping difficult. Looks to me like they've improved that last
one in the newer model. The Shark typically sells for about $60-$70,
which IMO would be a ripoff. I paid $40 and still consider it a
somewhat marginal value; it's extremely cheaply made.
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