The O-Cedar® Easy Wring Spin Mop & Bucket System with 3 Extra Refills is a solid choice for any home that is looking for a new mopping system. The O-Cedar mop can help to make cleaning more efficient and effective requiring less labor and making less of a mess than other, traditional options. It delivers a better clean by effectively removing dirt, grime and over 99% of bacteria* with just water. The EasyWring is a better way to truly clean your floors!
Why Choose the O-Cedar Easy Wring Spin Mop & Bucket System?
There will be less scrubbing and no need to get down on your hands and knees when you use the O-Cedar spin mop. The mop heads are triangular, as well, which means that they are useful for getting into corners and other areas that are typically hard to reach with traditional mops. This O-Cedar mop and bucket system will also make it nice and easy for you to control the amount of water that is applied to the floor. This means easier wringing, and you can make sure the floors are drying quicker since they do not have to be as wet.
What Does the Hands-Free Design of the O-Cedar Easy Wring Spin Mop & Bucket System Mean for Your Cleaning?
One of the benefits of the O-Cedar Spin Mop is that it is a hands-free option for wringing out the mop, which means you won’t be making as much of a mess, and you don’t have to get your hands dirty. The heads will help to make your cleaning job easier, and thanks to the additional heads offered with the O-Cedar mop, it means you will not have to worry about buying replacement heads right away. The microfiber head on the O-Cedar mop is 30% more absorbent, as well.
Keep the House Cleaner
Those looking for a way to keep the house clean with ease will find that this O-Cedar easy wring mop & bucket system could be a good solution. It comes with the aforementioned three extra refills, and it includes the bucket. The O-Cedar easy wring mop system is easy to use, and it can store away very easily.
*Removes over 99% of E.coli and Staph. aureus from pre-finished hardwood flooring and ceramic tile using tap water, as tested at a 3rd party lab.