If you’re on the hunt for a versatile mop that cleans floors quickly and efficiently this Flash Power Mop might be the ideal choice. It removes stubborn dirt, grease and grime without the hassle of a traditional mop and bucket and leaves your floors sparkling.
Even better, this all-in-one dual spray mop is currently reduced by 31 per cent during Amazon’s Early Black Friday Deals event, saving you £10.
Now £22, the Flash Power Mop Starter Kit comes with a bottle of the cleaning solution and ten cleaning pads and batteries, so that you can use the mop straight out of the box.
The Flash Power Mop Starter Kit is currently reduced by 31 per cent on Amazon, saving you £10
The top-rated cleaning tool, which has racked up nearly 5,000 reviews with a near-perfect star rating of 4.6 out of 5, works a treat on hard floor surfaces such as tiles and hard-sealed floors, including wood floor and laminate flooring.
And it’s a breeze to use too (no power cords or buckets) you simply press a button to spray the cleaning fluid on the floor, loosen dirt and the absorbent pads will lift the dirt and grime and lock it away.
‘I love that it’s so simple to use,’ one customer wrote. ‘Just press for disinfectant then mop. So much quicker than filling a bucket and squeezing a mop.’
‘This mop has exceeded expectations,’ another chimed in. ‘My daughter told me to get it, and I’m not disappointed. Sister and niece now have one too. Streak-free cleaning. Easy to use and pads very absorbent. Highly recommended.’
A third agreed adding: ‘I don’t know know how I managed without it.’
Now £22, the Flash Power Mop Starter Kit comes with a bottle of the cleaning solution, ten cleaning pads and batteries, so you can use the mop straight out of the box
The swivel mop design is perfect for cleaning hard-to-reach areas like tight corners by your toilet, shower and around furniture. And as the pads attach like Velcro, they’re easy to swap out and replace.
Plus, they not only reduce the time to clean floors compared to a standard mop, but you also don’t have to pour mucky water out of a bucket afterwards. Win-win.
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