Remember that post a few months ago where I shared how I clean with my Swiffer WetJet Wood ? Well, I wanted to give another shout out to this fantastic and easy to use cleaning tool- because it’s that good! I’d only share products here on the blog that I absolutely LOVE and would recommend. And the Swiffer WetJet Wood mop that I scored at Target is one of those things that I would highly recommend to all my busy mom friends.
Well, since that post back in May, my Modern Moody Dark Dining Room has been revealed- Oh my gosh!! So, so good!!
Have you seen the reveal of that space?
If you haven’t, be sure to check it out and get inspired!;-) I am still in AWEEE of what I have created in here.
BOLD, FUNKY, AND MOODY!
I could sleep in this space, guys. I walk in here every day (not only to grab my drink’ ingredients from my BAR WALL:-)) but to stare.:-)
And to clean the floors!
I got rid of basically all unnecessary things and furniture from this room, so now the only thing I have to clean is the floor.
Since summer vacation began last week and the kiddos and their friends will make their way in and out with dirty shoes, I have a feeling that this cleaning tool will be overly used over the next few months!!
But here is how easy cleaning is with the Swiffer WetJet Wood Mop:
Cleaning is easy-peasy, especially with the help of the Swiffer WetJet Wood mop. I add on the microfiber-like pad on the bottom and ready to get mopping the space. The mist dries so fast that even my cat walks on it within minutes without leaving her footsteps.
We installed Luxury Laminate floors last year, and I could not love them more. The same floors have been installed in the entire house, and trust me! I will never look back to the carpeted days. Wow! I’ve been using and loving my Swiffer WetJet Wood mop and after a few minutes of mopping, I have clean, streak-free floors to enjoy.
What is your favorite cleaning tool for wood floors?
Have you tried the Swiffer WetJet Wood mop yet?
Thanks for reading on!
***This is a sponsored post by Swiffer. All opinions are 100% on my own!***
Swiffer WetJet Floor Spray Mop Review
We purchased the Swiffer WetJet Floor Spray Mop so our reviewer could put test it on her sealed hardwood floors. Keep reading for our full product review.
There’s no denying the appeal of the Swiffer WetJet. This compact, lightweight mop replacement promises to help you clean hard floors faster and with less effort—no dragging around a bucket of soap or wringing out gross mop heads. With the simple press of a button, you can spray solution onto your floors, scrub them down, and be done with it. Seems too good to be true, right?
To see if the Swiffer WetJet Floor Spray Mop is really the game-changer it appears to be, I put it to the test over the course of several days, using it on a variety of hard floors to determine its strengths and weaknesses—here’s what I found.
When you first see the box for the Swiffer WetJet, you might question whether there’s actually a mop in there—it really is compact! Rest assured the product and its accessories are all inside, but you do have to assemble the flat mop itself.
To get my WetJet ready for duty, I needed to connect the various parts of the handle, which clicked into place easily. Next, I had to remove the battery compartment and insert the four AA batteries that come with the mop. From there, it’s just a matter of loading the included cleaning solution (simply pop into place) and sticking on one of the cleaning pads (it comes with two regular mopping pads, and three “Extra Power” pads).
Cleaning Performance: Some elbow grease needed
The floors in my apartment hadn’t been mopped, well, ever, so it’s safe to say they were a good place to test the Swiffer WetJet. The main living area has sealed hardwood throughout, and there were more than a few splotches and stains, many of which were from salty slush that got tracked in during the winter, marring the pretty finish.
I was impressed at how well the Swiffer WetJet managed to trap dirt and scrub off those old stains, even just using the standard cleaning pad.
I was impressed at how well the Swiffer WetJet managed to trap dirt and scrub off those old stains, even just using the standard cleaning pad. Some of the tougher marks required a bit of pressure on the handle, but within a few strokes, the splotches were history. Plus, after giving the main area a once-over with the mop, I was shocked at how dirty the cleaning pad was—it turns out I need to mop more often.
I also used it with one of the “Extra Power” pads to clean the laminate floors in my bathroom. I didn’t expect the different pad to make a big difference, but it did a good job scrubbing off stains without too much effort—always a plus!
Want to make your tile or laminate floors really shine? Check out our top picks for the best tile floor cleaners.
Design and Comfort: Straightforward and easy to use
The Swiffer WetJet was definitely designed with ease-of-use in mind. Everything from attaching the cleaning pads to spraying the solution is straightforward. It takes no effort to maneuver the mop around obstacles, and if at any point you want more solution, just press and hold the button on the handle to activate the spray. The mop head has a hook-and-loop fastener-like finish that grabs onto the cleaning pads, so it’s simple to attach and remove them.
I particularly liked the curved handle of the WetJet, as it makes it more comfortable to hold and steer around the floor—no awkwardly turning your arms to get into corners. It’s a small detail, but one that’s often overlooked with other mops.
I particularly liked the curved handle of the WetJet, as it makes it more comfortable to hold and steer around the floor.
My only complaint is the materials that make up the WetJet feel somewhat flimsy in places. In particular, when I was loading the batteries, I noticed that the compartment is made of thin plastic—one wrong move and you could easily break it.
Included Accessories: Supplies won’t last long
Because this is a “starter kit,” it comes with a variety of supplies, including the aforementioned 500ml bottle of cleaning solution and pads (two regular and three “Extra Power”). At first, I didn’t realize that the cleaning solution was just a “trial” version—full-size jars are 1.25 liters, more than double the size of the container I got. That said, I put a significant dent in the cleaning solution that was included, so you’ll probably find yourself needing more within a few uses.
What’s nice is that there is actually a variety of cleaning solutions to choose from, including a special option for hardwood floors and several fresh scents. It’s usually around $10 for two refills, which should last you significantly longer than the trial jar.
Want to take a look at some other options? See our guide to the best floor cleaners.
Ease of Cleaning: As easy as it gets
The great thing about the Swiffer WetJet is that it’s incredibly quick and easy to put away once you finish cleaning. Simply pull off the dirty pad—unfortunately, you do have to touch it, but I didn’t find it to be that bad—and throw it away. The cleaning solution can be stored right on the mop, so all that’s left to do is put the WetJet back into storage. Easy, right?
My only complaint is the materials that make up the WetJet feel somewhat flimsy in places.
Price: Just right
Considering the inexpensive material of the WetJet and limited supplies in this kit, a price of around $20 seems pretty fair. If it were any more expensive, I would expect more cleaning pads and solution, but I’d definitely be willing to spend the $20 for this starter kit, and I don’t think you’ll regret the purchase.
Competition: Swiffer wins in terms of convenience
Swiffer Sweeper Wet: I’ve had a Swiffer Sweeper for as long as I can remember, and while its dry pads are unbeatable for picking up dust and hair, the wet pads leave something to be desired. They frequently run out of cleaning solution long before you finish mopping, and sometimes they even dry out in the pack.
When comparing these two Swiffer products side-by-side, the WetJet is miles ahead of the Sweeper in terms of mopping performance. With the WetJet, you can apply as much or as little solution as you need, and it’s quicker and easier to attach and remove the cleaning pads.
O-Cedar EasyWring Spin Mop & Bucket System: The O-Cedar Microfiber Spin Mop is another popular product I tested that more closely resembles a traditional mop and bucket. While the design is unique and effective, the product itself isn’t top-quality and will likely break with frequent use. Plus, it takes longer to clean up after using, making the Swiffer WetJet the winner once again when it comes to convenience.
Interested in reading more reviews? Take a look at our selection of the best flat mops.
O-Cedar EasyWring Spin Mop & Bucket System Review
Great for most people!
The Swiffer WetJet Floor Spray Mop doesn’t have too many negatives to speak of—it’s affordable, easy to use, convenient, and effective on most floors. Yes, you’ll have to stock up on Swiffer-brand cleaning pads and formula, but overall, this product is a great cleaning solution for anyone who’s sick of old-fashioned mops and buckets.
- Product Name WetJet Starter Kit
- Product Brand Swiffer
- UPC 37000928102
- Price $22.97
- Product Dimensions 49 x 10.5 x 4.5 in.
- Batteries Needed 4 AA (included)
- What’s Included Spray mop, 5 pads (2 regular, 3 “Extra Power”), 1 trial bottle of floor cleaner, 4 batteries
- Very easy to dispense
- Good job dissolving sticky soil with very few passes to completely remove it
- Disposable pads don’t require washing
- Required repeated passes to completely erase scuff marks
- Must use only with Swiffer Mop and disposable pads
The Swiffer Wet Jet Wood Floor Cleaner system works a bit differently than the other cleaners in our test. The pre-mixed floor cleaning solution is dispensed onto the floor through the Swiffer mop. The textured pad (with a scrubby strip) attached to the mop head gathers the soil and cleaner as you pass it across the floor. In our test, the Swiffer system did a good job dissolving and removing our sticky soil with very few passes but struggled a bit removing scuff marks, requiring repeated swipes. The system is very easy to use and the cleaner is very easy to dispense.
Type: Mop Dispense
Size: 42.2 ounces
How We Tested: We soiled pre-finished wood floor test panels with scuff marks and a sticky hardened Jell-O mixture to evaluate how quickly and thoroughly 24 wood floor cleaners dissolved and removed them. We tested with measured amounts of each cleaner and used set numbers of strokes. All cleaning tests were conducted in triplicate. We also evaluated each cleaner on how easy it was to dispense, the label direction's clarity and completeness, and any need for safety labeling based on a review of the ingredients.
Reviewed: March 2014
Price When Reviewed: $4.99
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