No buckets to fill and empty
Cleans faster---less work
Cleans better---no dirty rinse
Saves water---green clean
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Here are some responses:
I think this is an interesting idea and would love the chance to give it a shot. Mopping is such a hassle that anything to make it easier would be fantastic.
I think this is a terrific idea! One of the things that I hate about mopping the floor is the icky bucket of water that I have to rinse the mop in. It seems like you are just rinsing a dirty mop out in dirty water, which doesn't make much sense. This option would eliminate that and leave the mop clean every time you rinse it! I would easily pay up to $20 for this, and maybe even $25 seeing as how green it is. I like Swiffer okay, but this mop seems like it would be even easier than having to clip a pad on, wash with it, take it off and wash it in the washing machine before you could use it again. I really can't think of anything that I dislike about it, or anything I could do to make it better. It seems awesome just like it is!!
I like it a lot more than the current ideas for mops out there. Having to get my hands all wet attempting to squeeze out water is one of the main reasons I avoid mops; it just makes the task so much more of a hassle. I do wonder about the handle of the mop since getting a full-sized mop into the sink to do this sounds like it might be a bit difficult. I might consider purchasing it if it got good reviews and if the squeezing motion was fluid and included on a handle on the mop. It would definitely be different than a Swiffer as it would be more for mopping and messes than dusting. I'd probably purchase it if it were a couple/5 dollars more than the average mop, but not much more. As for a slogan, "One Squeeze and your Work is Done"?
I am glad to come across this survey giveaway. I am a cleaning lady that mops a LOT! I also use many different mops in my trade. I think this is an incredible, simple, outrageously genius, idea and should be put on the market yesterday.
I would buy this in a heartbeat based on the fact that (at home) I do use the sink for a bucket.
I would pay approx $15-$20 for this depending on a couple things.
The mop head's durability, quality, cost, and how often they had to be replaced.
I have bought mops, then regretted it b/c the company charged too much for the replacements.
I look at the replacement head cost to decide if it is worthy of buying the tool before I buy.
I could offer you a better review with a better video that showed the mechanism that was used to wring out the mop. I have problems with those (on some mops) being flimsy and breaking.
The more I look at the operation of it, the more I think I do this already with my O'cedar mop that rolls. It just doesn't
have a hole in the side like this demo.
I guess I don't understand if it holds water too or just allows water to run through.
It looks like a great idea though.
Slogan: Kick the bucket for good with the new Sink-Rinse Mop. LOL
Well, I'm an OLD cleaning lady!
I would buy it because it is cheaper than the swiffer because you don't have to keep buyings refills and less heavy and messy than a bucket. You can just mop and go.
this would be such a time saver. and it would save my back too.lol
A little squirt will do it....
Not a bad idea, but I'd have to use one to leave a real review. It seems to makes sense... I certainly hate buckets of dirty water.
I like the idea, but I kind of think the water just runs through the middle, and I can't see it pushing the dirt out of the sponge.. unless you can fill the center and block both ends before squeezing the water out. I would not be certain that it is cleaner than other sponge mops. Would like to see a video of it really in use, so I can see exactly whats going on with the water, with the animation, it looks like the water just runs through the center. Some water will saok in the sponge, if it works it would be great.
I actually already do this. I don't use mop buckets I just rinse my mop in the sink. I will say it is hard to pull the ones with the ringers that are made to ring when you are standing.
"All you need is a kitchen sink"
I just got done mopping with a sponge mop and rinsing it was a bother and messy, so if thise used less water and also was so easy to clean I would be all for it. Is the yellow part washable? What I mean is can it be taken off and washed in the washing machine or something. My mops even after rinsing and washing need to be really cleaned well off the pole every now and again.
I would be willing to buy something like this if it was not expensive and it was durable!
More time to do other things
I like the idea, but I'm not completely convinced. The idea of rinsing a dirty mop in my kitchen sink grosses me out. I agree that the mop bucket is an inconvenience, but using my kitchen sink is not a viable solution for me. The product I liked the most was the hand scrubber sponge. I would probably buy that. I would use that to clean my floors over the featured sponge mop, especially if the sponge could be washed in the dishwasher after use.
In summary, I think this is very appealing to consumers who are currently using their kitchen sink as their source for mop water, but that is not me.
Love the idea of no bucket, one less thing to hassle with.
Seems like a good idea except for possibly having to walk where you just mopped.
"Like filling a cup with water!"
Amazing idea- love it.