I hate to clean floors, but this mop makes it so easy. I love the fact that I can choose the cleaning solution for the floors and mix what I want. I also love that the pads are reusable. Both of these are money savers, but the best is how it cleans, The swivel head fits in tight places, like around the toilet. It is light weight and easy to use. I am so glad that I found this mop!
I love this product. It's "one stop shop". You can sweep and wet mop. AND you don't need replacement pads! It washes really good. The spraying is great too! This is the only one I use on my hardwood floors w/Bruce's cleaner.
No more replacement pads, and I get to choose my own cleaning solution! I just used the Reveal Mop for the first time (after I had already mopped my floor twice this morning!), and it removed all the streaks left behind from my old mop (now in the garbage). But more importantly I used my own cleaning solution that I know is not harmful to my children or pets. The pad is very wide, so it covers a larger area, making the job go faster and the microfiber leaves the floor almost completely dry! Loving this mop!
This is the BEST floor cleaning tool at Home Depot. I have a home with approximately 1,000 square feet of Pergo Laminate Floor material.After a dry sweep with a broom, I use this Rubbermaid Reveal mop with clean water. The floor is clean. Plain and Simple.To clean the lint-less head it peals off with a velco type hook system and I rinse the mop head with soap and water. There is even a hanging loop to allow the mop head to dry.
The convenience of a spray mop without the cost. Mix your own solution, clean wood or tile or vinyl or... Remove the microfiber cleaning pad, toss in the laundry, reuse! Best product I've purchased this year! PS I got an extra cleaning pad so I always have a clean one at hand!
I've had my mop since it came out on the market - probably close to 2 years. I have several pads & bottles for it and I have had to change to a new bottle a couple of times because the rubber seal kind of wears out on the bottle & it doesn't spray as well or leaks a bit.The replacement bottles are fairly inexpensive and it's understandable that the seal would wear out from use the way it sits upside down on the mop. You really have to make sure you wet the tip of the bottle before using the first time like it says in the instructions to keep from messing up the seal. The pads are awesome - I have all tile and wood so I go through 2-3 when mopping the whole house so being able to just toss them in the washer is great. The pad is way larger than the pad on the swiffer I had before and the texture cleans better and doesn't leave streaks. Not to mention I can buy a gallon of concentrated floor cleaner at Sams and mop my floors all year on very little money.
Only used this once but found it easy to use, lightweight and an excellent mop. I have light laminate flooring pretty much throughout my home. I fill the bottle with straight BRUCE Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner and it does the job. No streaking, no spots. I think I finally found the perfect floor care combo with this mop and the Bruce cleaner.
Worked great at first, but now I seem to be having the same problem as several other users--sprayers barely sprays, and the bottle leaks a lot. It seems like such a great system, reusable pads, use your own cleaning solution--but now it doesn't work. Very, very disappointed.
Just had to take a stand for Rubbermaid regarding the Reveal Mop. Granted, there are some construction problems where after applying heavy pressure on the handle over a period of time, the handle will finally break at the base. Sometimes the bottled soap dispenser will leak due to old rubber washer and the swivel head can be an issue if it snaps off while in use. After using the Swifter for years and all the money spent on buying the replacement bottled liquid along with the replacement pads, I couldn't wait for something like this to come on the market. Rubbermaid does stand behind their products and will work with the consumer when purchased in a reasonable amount of time if unit defective. But come on, nothing lasts forever. The entire unit costs around $25 and is worth every penny. If you get six months use out of it before it takes a dump, you've already saved yourself $$$$ from purchasing all the competitors throw away equipment. You should consider how often it is used and all the abuse it takes. I think it's a great unit and am running out to replace my third one tomorrow. So if I spent a total of a hundred bucks in the past year and a half for a total of four mops, I think I've done good. Also saves you from doing like the old days on your hands & knees, which will cause pain in old age.