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I use this mop for home and office
It’s not a bad mop But it’s hard to control in a straight line.
It a flimsy small mop that doesn’t work well. Another problem I can
speak of is, it’s hard to spin dry without the bucket toppling to one side.
Perhaps a foot pedal on the other side to keep it steady while spinning
It dry would make it more functional.
Purchased in February 2021.
Truly a great product
I use this mop on all my wooden floors and on the tiled areas. I clean house for a friend too and the mop is a treasured tool I take to use on her large floor area. I am easily able to get under benches and cabinets with it. Thanks for a great product
Not User Friendly
Appears to be invented for shorter people than I, and for those not particular about cleaning deep into corners, crevices, skirting boards, around carpet rugs and or under low furniture items when compared to the results and flexibility of using a cloth mop-head and 9 Ltr Wringer mop bucket.
Spin component extracts water efficiently which allows for quick drying floors :) Bucket size/shape is more bulky to store away. Mop handle feels flimsy when applying hard pressure on tough grim areas.
Over all this product is not user friendly for my height, back condition and desired cleaning.
Questions & Answers
To the Hurricane Representative, Global Shop Direct don’t sell the Hurricane Spin mop anymore. I live in Sydney. Which retailers sell it?
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