O-Cedar ProMist Microfiber Spray Mop
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- Refillable bottle allows you to choose your own cleaning solution.
- Microfiber pad is safe for hardwood floors and is machine washable over 100 times.
- Features a one-touch bottle release for easy removal.
- Refills are available in both washable and disposable options.
- TIP: Be sure to tighten the bottle cap securely before use to prevent leaking.
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The O-Cedar ProMist has been redesigned for improved performance. Featuring a one-touch bottle release for easy bottle removal, the ProMist allows you to deep-clean your floors with your favorite cleaning solution. The microfiber pad captures dirt, dust, and hair and has built-in "scrub zones" that help remove tough grease and grime on hardwood floors. The reusable microfiber pad can be washed over 100 times.
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The spray feature has not worked for quite some time and I was ready to throw this away. Before I did that, I decided to I take mine apart today trying to figure out what broke. Its actually a well built spray mechanism, and nothing was broken. I tinkered with it for quite some time and concluded it had to be a lack of air returning to the bottle or a lack of fluid flowing out.
For whatever reason, the feature on the mop that depresses the red nipple in the lid of the clear liquid bottle no longer depresses the nipple enough to dispense fluid after the bottle was "clicked" in. The symptom of this is that It sprays one time when you initially put it in because your downward force is enough to dispense the liquid. But once you let go after the "Click" the nipple is no longer depressed enough and there is no more fluid flowing from the bottle. I looked over the mechanism for quite some time and could not figure out why this was the case.
Unfortunately, the solution is to bypass the sealed nipple feature in the bottle. You can do this two ways. 1, drill a hole through the red spring loaded nipple in the bottle. OR 2. Rip out the nipple feature entirely (thats what I did). The down side to this is that there is a hole in the top of the bottle which can make installation more cumbersome. This means you have to install the clear spray bottle with the nipple upwards (otherwise you would leak all over when installing it) with the mop head up in the air. Once clicked in, there is a rubber seal preventing the liquid from getting all over. Now my mop works like it did on day one with one minor installation inconvenience.
Is it worth it? I think it is. After tearing this thing apart I was actually quite impressed with the build quality. Once remedied, this thing should last for years.