Vileda Hot Spray Mop – Review & Giveaway
With the weather being as terrible as it is right now, our shoes get muddy and wet when outdoors and inevitably that mud/water usually gets shared with our internal floors. Especially from the Blog Dog, owning a large dog with large paws means a ridiculous about of mucky paw marks around the house, especially if he’s been running around the garden or digging (his favourite pastime!). Floors just do not stay clean.
Included in the set I was provided with;
- Hot Spray Mop with attachable swivel head and handle.
- 1x Microfibre pad
- Charge Cable
This mop is designed to be an easy alternative to mopping with steam or with a mop and bucket. The Microfibre cloth catches dirt particles for easy cleaning whilst also being durable and machine washable perfect for freshening up and using another day. No chemicals are required in the use of this product and with the hot water function it is designed to hygienically removed 99% of bacteria.
Along side these great benefits mentioned above the Hot Spray Mop features a swivel head for cleaning in hard to reach areas and is also cordless! Great for moving from room to room with ease.
Setting up this mop couldn’t be easier either, simply build by attaching the handle and the base to the body, fill with 250ml of water, attach the cloth to the base and you are good to go. Then I plugged the mop in, pressed the yellow button and waited for the mop to boil (approx. 90seconds later!). You will also see from my instruction video just how simple it is to set up and go.
To use simply press the trigger which releases a generous amount of boiled water and you are good to go mopping. With the tank heated your mop will provide hot water for up to 30 minutes, the main risk you run during that time is that you are more likely to run out of water, its really easy to get through 250ml of water whilst cleaning.
I have a couple of little niggles with it;
- The first one being the lack of length to the charge cable – Meaning the socket and the mop have to be really close to each other.
- The cap to the water tank doesn’t feature a safety lock – With the mop boiled and ready to use I’d be worried of a child opening the cap and scalding themselves.
- Only 1 Microfibre Cloth – This just isn’t enough, I mop most days and to have another cloth ready for the next day will be a challenge.
Overall that said, this is a great lightweight mop, easy to set up and perfect for use on sealed floors. This mop has an RRP of £59.99 and can be purchased from most high street stores.
I have taken the chance to show you this great mop in action, a video of which you can see here;
Now you have seen the product in pictures and in video, would you like to own one for yourself??
The lovely people not only sent me one to review but are also allowing to give one away.
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**This is not a sponsored post, I was provided with a Vileda 100c Hot Steam Mop to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.