Starting our survey with the hundreds of mops available from Amazon and others, we conducted enough research and reporting to narrow the field based on price, overall design, style within the wet mop category, material (of both head and handle), and manufacturer reputation.

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Cotton economy mop refill offers high-grade quality open-ended Cotton economy mop refill offers high-grade quality open-ended 4-ply cotton yarn and delivers good absorption. Ideal for applying floor finish. Mop head fits most professional mop handles. Use with Stirrup-style Metal Handle Gripper Jaws-style Metal Handle and Quick Change Fiberglass Mop Handle (all sold separately). Mop head refill contains a …  More + Product Details Close

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Within the wet-mop category, you find a wide range of styles and materials: sponge mops, spin mops, string mops, cloth mops. Sponge mops use a sponge (obviously) to absorb stains and spills, and typically have a built-in mechanism that wrings by folding the sponge in half. Spin mops use short fibers mounted to a wide plastic head, and employ a bucket-mounted centrifuge to wring water out of the mophead. String mops use long ropy cords, and typically have a handle-mounted wringer that tightens and twists the strings to squeeze water out. Finally, cloth mops use broad fabric strips, and may use a handle-mounted wringer or a bucket-mounted colander to squeeze water out of the mop-head. None of these designs stood out in our reporting as obviously superior, so we tried each.

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The CAT G7 makes it easy to apply floor and other chemicals quickly and consistently. This self-contained backpack system features a new Cling-On mop frame to hold mop heads securely in place without Velcro. The redesigned ball valve improves solution flow by 20%. 

What are your thoughts on the Promist microfiber spray mop with the flat rectangular head? Are those any good? Kind of like the Swiffer wet jet, but with a reusable microfiber head and a solution container you can mix yourself. I’d be curious to see what everyone’s thoughts are on that style, or if it just pushes dirt around without really picking anything up. I’m probably better off just getting something like this I would imagine. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WSWGVZQ

You will only receive the Blue/Blue as Pictured! These are 400GSM professional grade microfiber flat mop pads. They will fit any 18 mop frames. Their true dimensions are 18 x 5. These are the good …

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After being machine-washed and –dried twice—cold water, detergent, low heat, no fabric softener (which ruins microfiber)—the O-Cedar mophead showed no signs of deterioration beyond a bit of fading. Whether it will last the claimed 100 wash-dry cycles is another matter, but the start was promising.

Roller sponge mop features a long sturdy handle Roller sponge mop features a long sturdy handle to easily clean hard-to-reach areas. 12 in. sponge is highly absorbent for fast easy cleaning on smooth surfaces. Plus the durable sponge can also be used for floor waxing and dusting. Pull handle conveniently wrings sponge to save your hands from dirty …  More + Product Details Close

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Finally, with the mophead completely dry, the O-Cedar was tried out as dust mop. (Not its job. This was a tacked-on experiment, to see if our pick could do double duty.) It did OK, picking up cat hair well but only spreading grit (mostly kitty litter) around. Lightly dampened with plain water from a spray bottle, it did better, grabbing both hair and grit. A true dust mop (like our pick, also by O-Cedar) is superior at this job—the wide, flat head sweeps broad areas of floor with each stroke—but this wet mop can stand in for one in a pinch.

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If you like the convenience of a sponge mop but want the performance of a microfiber mop, the O-Cedar EasyWring Flat Mop & Bucket System (Est. $40) may offer the best of both worlds. Users love how its pivoting design slips under counters and other narrow spaces, and say the microfiber pad is highly absorbent. It also has cleaning zones for light cleaning or for scrubbing. The pad is washable and reusable. New mop pads are available as the O-Cedar Ultra Max Mop Refill (Est. $9).

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