I have used old wash cloths and Libman dusting cloths
I really like the Libman cloths. Despite their name, you can use them wet.
Thy are a non-woven cloth with a slight waffle texture. The texture helps
remove dirt that the Swiffer wet mop pads won't and you can cut them in half
and get two cloths for your Swiffer mop head for about $3. They can be used
over and over. I usually just put some hot water and household cleaner in
the sink and wet the cloth or wash cloth with that. Periodically I rinse
out the cloth and continue. If I am in a big hurry I wet the cloth as above
and then periodically spritz the floor with Clorox One Step floor cleaner.
It does a good job but it's more expensive than the alternative way. That
said, I think that my Eureka steam mop is the best and most economical way
to clean the floor. It costs more to start with but you never have to buy
any cleaning solution.
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