This mop comes with disposable self-sticking pads that attach to the swivel head of the mop. A button on the handle can be pushed to spray cleaning liquid from the base of the mop onto the floor in front of the mop.
Product Review by Jessica: (meet our team, here)
I spent a lot of time trying to find a mop that I would be able to use. I need one that is light and moves easily. I felt like I spent months on this decision, but every mop I found would be too difficult for me to control. I tried both the Swiffer Sweeper and the Swiffer WetJet Mopping Kit. I found the Sweeper mop pads dry out quickly when I get tired and need to take a break when I mop. However, the WetJet moves just as easily as the Sweeper. The WetJet comes with a bottle of mopping solution that you just slide in the attachment on the mop, and then it sprays out of the base with the push of a button. With the swivel head, it is easy to get around corners. The pad also self-adheres to the mop, so it is easy to put on for anyone who might have trouble with their hands, like me!
Review Update: For a wheelchair user, when you are carrying the mop into different rooms, you will want to pay attention to where you are holding the mop. I did not pay attention, and I got a big puddle of liquid cleaner on the floor, because I apparently was pressing the button while I was going into a different room.
Note: Jessica is reviewing the Swiffer WetJet Wood Mop Starter Kit, which is safe for most floors, including most finished wood floors (please read the seller's description for floor types that are excluded). She is reviewing the disposable mop pads included with the kit, but reusable (washable) pads suited for the Swiffer WetJet can also be found online by searching "reusable Swiffer WetJet pads."
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