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Floor Police is a cordless mop with a rechargeable battery that's been designed to help you clean any room in your home up to 10 times faster than you would with a standard mop. Each mop has a generously sized handle and two microfiber pads that are laid out in a configuration that resembles the number eight. It's stated that the pads can be coated with any type of disinfectant and will spin at a rate of 100 revolutions per minute as you push your mop.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Floor Police is $39.99 plus $6.99 shipping for a total price of $46.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Select Pads

    With each Floor Police mop, you'll receive six washable and reusable pads: two microfiber pads, two scrubber pads, and two polishing pads. The microfiber pads are light green, while the scrubber pads are dark green and the polishing pads are blue. Your set of two microfiber pads will be suitable for most mopping jobs, but you may want to swap them for the polishing pads in order to clean a delicate surface, such as a window. Similarly, you can swap them for the scrubbing pads if you have a tough stain that you need to remove from a non-delicate surface.

  2. Add Disinfectant

    Once you've ensured that your chosen pads are attached to the bottom of your mop, you'll need to tip the mop so that you can spray them with disinfectant. Any type of disinfectant can be used, so you'll be able to continue using your favorite brand if you'd like to. If you think your clean-up job will be a light one, you can even opt to spray the bottom of your mop with just water on its own. No matter what liquid you use, for the best results possible, be sure to cover the pads in their entirety.

  3. Power up the Mop

    Next, you'll have to power up your mop by using the power button on its handle. If the mop won't start, that means that the rechargeable lithium-ion battery is dead, and you'll need to plug it into the wall to recharge it. Once it has been powered up, which will cause its inner motor to turn on, the pads you're using will begin to spin as you push your mop along your chosen surface.

  4. Continue Cleaning Room

    With your mop remaining on, continue to clean the room or area that you're in while pushing your mop along. You'll notice that the swiveling head of the mop will enable you to maneuver it around and under obstacles, and across vertical surfaces, too. When you're done cleaning, be sure to turn off your mop and store it in a dry bucket to catch any drips.

Features

  • Lightweight

    The Floor Police mop is so lightweight that virtually any user will be able to hold it in one hand as they use it to sanitize their home. Plus, due to each one's rechargeable battery, you won't need to worry about dragging a bulky extension cord around behind you as you use this mop.

  • Spins Quickly

    Mops without a motor will come with heads that won't spin at all, or at least not super-quickly, but the dual head of this mop will spin at a rate of 100 revolutions per minute. That's the main reason that the mop will help enable you to clean any area (including your entire home) up to 10 times more quickly than you would while using a manually powered mop.

  • Long-Lasting Battery

    It's stated that once you fully charge the lithium-ion battery within your Floor Police mop, it'll last long enough that you'll be able to clean an average-sized home before you need to charge it again. Furthermore, this type of battery typically has a lifetime of two or three years or up to 500 charge cycles, so you most likely won't need to replace your battery within months.

  • Can Operate Hands-free

    If you've got your mop in a fairly open area, and you just need its dual head to spin in one spot for a while, you can actually take both hands off its handle. It'll continue to operate hands-free while you keep an eye on it to make sure that it's still doing its job. This may allow you to take a quick break from mopping to talk to your kids or feed your pet.

  • Machine Washable Pads

    When any of the pads that have come with this mop become filthy, it's safe to put them through your washing machine, although you should let them air-dry. If you don't have a machine, you can hand-wash them with soap and water. Either way, you can reuse them as many times as you'd like, as long as they stay intact.

Positive Points

  • Suitable for Various Surfaces

    With some mops, it's only safe to use them on tile floors, but this mop is also safe to use on other common household surfaces, such as wood and glass. If you use the blue polishing pads, you'll even be able to use this mop to safely clean all your windows. As a result, you won't have to get out your mop and a bunch of rags or sponges every time you need to engage in a top-to-bottom house-cleaning session. Instead, you'll be able to sanitize almost any surface with just this mop and its three interchangeable sets of pads.

  • Reduces Fatigue

    If you were to use a non-motorized mop to clean your entire house, you might tire so quickly that you wouldn't be able to complete the job. This would be especially likely when it comes to people who suffer from mobility issues, such as athletic or occupational injuries or aging-related arthritis. Fortunately, since the Floor Police mop does have a motor, the motor will do a lot of the scrubbing for you, and all you'll need to do is gently push your mop. Afterward, you may even have energy left over for other activities!

Negative Points

  • Doesn't Come With Bucket

    This mop doesn't come with its own bucket, so in order to catch any dribbles of water or disinfectant left behind on its pads after you use it, you'll need to supply a bucket. When selecting a bucket, you'll have to make sure that its shape and size will accommodate the shape and size of your Floor Police mop's head.

Critical Advice

When you're adding water or disinfectant to the pads that are attached to the bottom of your mop, it's best to use one or more spray bottles. You could dunk the mop's pads in a bowl of disinfectant or water, but this could cause you to use too much of the liquid and perhaps create a mess. If you want to use liquid that doesn't come in a spray bottle, simply pick up a spray bottle or two at the store and transfer the liquid out of its original container.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Floor Police online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Floor Police online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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