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The In And Out Mop is a mopping system that will allow you to clean your floors without streaking or scratching them, then clean and dry off your mop in seconds, too. Within each system, you'll get a mop with a microfiber pad, and a dual chamber bucket that contains a side for cleaning and a side for drying. The mop will work on almost all floor types, including tile and wood, and will clean up stubborn substances like mustard or soy sauce.
The cost of In And Out Mop is $39.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $47.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: inandoutmop.com
Before you start using this mopping system, you'll need to fill your big blue mop bucket. Fill the left-hand side, which will be the cleaning side, with water, while leaving the right-hand side empty. The right-hand side will be the place in which you dry off your mop.
Once you've filled your bucket, you can begin using your mop to clean your floors as usual. The mop will swivel and pivot, so you'll be able to reach into corners and under furniture without a struggle. Each mop comes with a standard head, but for extremely tough spills, you may choose to affix the included scrubber pad instead.
After your mop has accumulated some dirt, it'll be time to clean it off. To do so, dunk it ( vertically ) in the left-hand side of your bucket and pull it out. When you pull it out, you'll notice that at least some of the stains have disappeared. If they aren't all gone, go ahead and dunk it a few more times.
To wring your mop dry after cleaning it, simply dunk it in the right-hand side of your bucket and pull it out. As with the cleaning side, the more times you dunk it in and take it out, the more results you'll get. After a few dunks, it should be dry enough for you to return to mopping.
When your mop is both clean and dry, you can resume mopping your floors, if needed. Repeat the cleaning and drying process as many times as you need to after this. If you don't need to do any more mopping, dump your mop bucket and store both mop and bucket in a safe place for next time.
Since accumulating excess dirt is something that makes a mop head wear out faster, the one on your In And Out Mop may last you for years. If you clean and dry the mop's head every few minutes as you mop, it may look as good as new after months of use.
This mop has an extensive reach, due in part to its long handle and also because of its swiveling ability. Therefore, you'll be able to use it to clean under and behind things, like pieces of furniture, where some mops may not be able to reach.
Some mops will leave streaks behind on tile, like the tile in your kitchen, and scratch marks behind on wood. Fortunately, the In And Out Mop has been designed to refrain from leaving behind this type of eyesore, so you won't end up damaging your floors by keeping them clean.
The bucket that goes with this mop contains a handle, so you'll be able to use this if you need to carry it around. This is a much better alternative to giving in to the temptation to shove it along the floor, which may in fact cause your floor some damage.
Do not remove the white apparatus with holes that's attached to your blue mop bucket. If you do, you may have difficulty determining where to dunk your mop at a particular time, and end up cleaning your mop when you meant to dry it and vice versa.
With some traditional mop and bucket seats, you'll need to use one or both hands to wring your mop completely dry, which may be an unpleasant task, especially if your hands are bare. If you use the In And Out Mop, though, you'll never have to touch the dirty part of the mop with your hands. If you push your mop in and out of the dry side of the bucket enough times, nearly every drop of water will be gone, leaving your mop's pad virtually as dry as a bone.
This mop will clean up almost any mess, including those made of stubborn materials such as mustard that tend to stain. If the mop's regular microfiber pad isn't doing the trick, you can always swap in the scrubber pad, which you'll find included with each mop. The scrubber pad is ideal for messes that have already dried, along with scuff marks that tend to appear if you regularly walk across the floors of your home in black-soled shoes.
Since you'll be able to use the double-sided bucket that comes with this mop to wash and dry it completely after each use, it won't start to stink like other floor mops sometimes do. That means you won't necessarily have to hide it away when guests come over or look for a strong air freshener to use to cover up the smell. Your own nose also won't be bothered by an unpleasant odor as you use this mop to clean.
While this mop will swivel and pivot, allowing you to reach around and under various things, its pad won't bend. This may actually make it less flexible than a traditional mop with a head made of yarn, as with these, each piece of yarn will bend in any direction required as it slides along. Instead of bending, each microfiber pad or scrubber pad affixed to your In And Out Mop will stay flat on the surface it's cleaning, even as the mop as a whole move in different directions.
If the bucket that goes with your In And Out Mop happens to break at any point, it may be difficult for you to get a new one without getting an entirely new mop. You could use your mop with a different bucket, but it may not offer you the same benefits any longer, as an alternative bucket probably wouldn't clean and dry it as effectively.
Nowhere is it stated that the pads that come with each In And Out Mop are machine washable, so you must avoid putting them in the washing machine. The only thing you should be using to wash either the microfiber pad or the scrubbing pad is the bucket that came with your mop.
The pads that come with each of these mops will probably last you through hundreds or thousands of uses, due to the fact that the mop's bucket will keep them extremely clean and dry. As a result, you won't need to obtain replacement pads or heads every few months or each year, which is something you might need to do if you were to use an alternative mopping tool.
Your In And Out Mop will work on almost all floor types without causing any damage, including hardwood floors that are often prone to picking up scratches. Consequently, you'll likely be able to use the mop to clean all the floors in your home without stopping to switch cleaning tools. Having to go and get different tools to clean different types of flooring will add to your cleaning time, so if you use this mop instead, you may find that your cleaning sessions get shorter.
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I have a different view. This bucket is not dirty water clean water Separated bucket. It's wash bucket and dry bucket Separated. That's why we found the water going back cause they have to keep the dry bucket no water.
It's impossible to keep the dirty water and clean water Separated. Because you have to put the dirty mop pad into clean water to wash first. After wash, all water becomes a little dirty. But the interest point is that they can use the dirty water clean the mop pad into an almost new state, the wash power is amazing.
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With the waterfall system, I see the dirty water going back into the clean water. The bucket side only has a small amount of water, the clean water will not last long. This will be lots of lifting and dumping.
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