Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links, and is a collaboration with Gladwell. I received the coaster mop to review, and there are affiliate links in this post, but I only share things I love and thing you will too.
One question I have been getting recently is how we clean our floors. We have gorgeous laminate flooring from Home Depot. I did so much research before choosing these floors. I wanted a barn wood feel, with wide, staggered boards. I can honestly say that we couldn’t be happier with how they look & how they have held up to our German Shepard, and our three children who ride scooters on it all day. Haha!
You can find our exact floors HERE!
With that said, I’m super OCD about my floors. I sweep several times a day, and always tried to mop them a couple times a week. But with all the crazy happening in my house on a daily basis, I was having a hard time keeping on top of it. So when I got my hands on a Gladwell Coaster Mop, I couldn’t contain my excitement..
Are you ready to learn my floor cleaning secrets?
Secret Weapon: The Coaster Mop! This thing is cordless and has rotating pads and a spray function that works at the touch of a button.
The Secret Ingredients? I fill the tank up with white vinegar and water.
That’s it. No fancy chemicals. You can use polishing oil in the tank as well, but I’ve been super happy with just water and vinegar.
Once you are done, just take the pads, disinfect them with some more vinegar (I keep a spray bottle of it in my laundry room) and toss them in the laundry. After they have gone through the washer I let they air dry until I need to use them again.
I mean those shiny clean floors speak for themselves!
When not in use, I keep it next to my brooms in the laundry room.
The only problem I’ve had with this mop is that my kids think its SO fun to use, and are always trying to mop the floors now! So not really a bad problem. Haha!
I have a discount code for you all for a hefty 25% off (good until 11/13/19): HAPPILY25OFF
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