Lakeland Spray Mop
What with buckets of water slopping about and soggy mops to contend with, floor cleaning can be a very messy business, so we put our thinking caps on to try to find a better way – and here it is. Carrying its own supply of water in the easily refillable canister, just add a little of your preferred cleaning solution, attach the microfibre pad and you’re all set. With a swivel head and straightforward trigger-spray operation, it will make cleaning your hard floors so much easier.
Cat Ref: SKU 24523
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Customer Reviews - Lakeland Spray Mop
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wow great mop” by Mrs taynton
I was so surprised how easy this mop is saves buckets of water, even saves having to carry spray bottle around with you, I well recommended this one not long moved house and found this a saver for time, thankyou lakeland.
The most amazing mop.....” by Tina Watson
Amazed by this simple but extremely effective mop. No buckets and wet floors. I have a boot room and kitchen with flagstone slate floors and I am always cleaning the muddy marks made in the boot room; this mop has just saved me so much time and effort. Great for putting your special cleaner in too. Just buying another one for a friend with spare pads. Absolutely brilliant Lakeland just what the busy person needs. Highly recommend to all my friends.
Works Well” by Mrs Meredith
This is the perfect solution for me. My steam mop never seemed to get all the dirty marks off my kitchen floor, but this little mop allows you to use just enough of your own favourite cleaning solution to clean well. (And without the expense of certain propriety mops - where expensive bottles and throw away pads are needed!). I did have a struggle pulling off the cleaning solution bottle to fill it the first time (husband's brute strength was required), but I've now rubbed some lubricant gel around where it clicks in and it's been much easier.