Broom Mop sweeping device has dozens of hidden bristles which are designed to grab and trap debris. This grabs hold of whatever is on your floor immediately, rather than just pushing it across the floor as you go. With regular brooms, you end up pushing all of your dust and debris across the floor, often leaving particles along the way. However, with this unit, you can grab debris with electromagnetic charges, then flip the pad over and mop.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Broom Mop is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Broom Mop by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $35.97.
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There is an extension pole which reaches a total of five feet in length. Even a shorter individual can now reach tall ceilings, corners, the tops of tapestries, or anything in between. All of the window and door frames can be cleaned without issue. Using the extension pole you can clean ceiling fans, crown moulding, even baseboards. .
- Good for Back Pain
Most people think of reaching things up high when they think of an extendable cleaning tool. However, the ability to reach down low an extra five feet takes a great deal of the strain off of the process of cleaning. No longer do you have to bend down to reach corners or the floor. So those who have back or knee pain will really benefit from this.
- Wet and Dry Pads
The single unit comes with double sided pads, one wet and one dry. You can purchase two separate cleaners so that you have a wet and dry one at all times, or just get one cleaner and regularly change the pads. Wet versions are for mopping while dry versions are for sweeping. Their wet pads lift and lock in the mess of things like spills with just one sweep.
Using microfiber, the pad surfaces create electro-magnetic charges which naturally attract grime, dust, and dirt while sweeping. You can flip over the same single pad and use the wet side too.
- Use for Spills
When you are using the dry side of the pad, you can grab dust in places like under the couch. With the wet side, you can randomly clean a liquid spill after sweeping the rest of the room. .
- Not for All Debris
The downside is that it might not work as effectively on all floor types, or picking up all types of debris. While they are time savers, even the most advanced combination tools do not get everything as thoroughly as individual sweeping and mopping.
If you do not yet own cleaning supplies, then this can be a single purchase. Said purchase would covers your sweeping and mopping needs. On the other hand, even if you do already have a broom and mop, you can do away with the regular cost of cleaning supplies. Instead, rely only on the cleaning pads required for this unit. .
When you traditionally clean floors, it requires a lot of time, particularly when you must first sweep and the mop. With the two components combined, you can literally cut your cleaning time in half.
The Swiffer company makes a line of alternative products similar to this. They have the Swiffer mop and broom. These are two separate entities designed similarly such that they can be used to sweep and mop. However, you cannot interchange the pads for them. Mop pads are dry the same as dry sweeping pads, but the mop pads are thicker with an absorption design.
Affixed to the mop itself you must insert the liquid for mopping the floor. While you can control the amount of liquid that comes out, once it is empty you have to buy more liquid and more pads. With the Broom Mop you only have to buy more pads.