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Quickie Twist Mop with Spot Scrubber
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- Powder coated steel, ergonomically designed handle
- Hang-up feature for easy storage
- Quick change refill installation
- 10-year limited warranty
- New "quick change" head makes removal and installation a snap
- Ergonomic handle design is easy on the hands
- Large, cotton head with 3 bands to eliminate tangles
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I recently purchased your Quickie twist mop and was pleased with the way it quickly washes a kitchen floor compared to my other mop all was fine till the second time I washed my floor, while twisting it to remove liquid I heard something "let go" the mop head became undone and useless.
Upon inspection I saw that your white plastic tie strap that holds the mop head to the spot scrubber broke! I couldn't believe it how cheap is that. Like I said I like the way your mop washes a floor compared to my other mop so I decide to just drive over to Lowes and buy a replacement refill #0352CRGB.
The next two or three times I washed my floor all is fine being careful not to over twist it to remove excess water in the rinse cycle (kind of defeats it's purpose doesn't it) Then during it's 4th wash the tie strap BREAKS AGAIN! Of the hundreds of times Ive washed a floor I have never had equipment failure till now.
I see on the package that some of its parts are made outside the USA that explains it's poor quality to me. I have attached pictures of this defect with this message so as you can begin to improve your product in NJ I hope. My search begins again for a better way to wash a stupid floor.
Then I tried to fix it using a strong cable tie, but gave up after trying to figure out which strands of a steaming wet mop I needed to attach to make the darned thing wring correctly.
This mop lasted me about 5 seconds and one tentative wring. I never even got to use it to clean anything. (If you doubt me, go to a store that has one and try wringing it. You'll discover immediately how fragile this thing is.)
I can't believe this company sells this piece of junk. The engineer who designed this thing should be fired. Run away!
The shoddiness of this product has made me avoid all Quickie products. Any firm that would foist this garbage off on the consumer is not worth anyone's money.
Perhaps the design engineers should mop a few floors before they try to design a product like this. Our Quickie Twist mop now rests in the city dump.
I did cut up the handle and recycled the metal and plastic.
Another problem I've had is that if you don't wring it in the right direction, it pops off the threads and hangs loose. So you have to turn it back the other direction to re-thread it and then wring it.
Speaking of wringing, it doesn't do that well either. It's very wet even after, so I end up mopping the whole floor with it and then going back over to clean up the excess water.
This is very poorly designed and made, bad enough that I'll stay away from ALL Quickie products in the future. I won't get burned twice.
This is one of the best mops I've ever used. Use it properly and you'll be amazed at what a great job it does on linoleum and tile. I give it 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
love the quickie twist mop for my cleaning business. very durablePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like this one better than the microfiber ones. I find it easier to ring out as I have very little hand strength.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Silly, but I love this mop. I have a maid and got it for her to use but I like it so much I am moping my kitchen in between cleaning days. My husband thinks I'm crazy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by B. Edge
I love this mop this is the 3rd one I have had over the past 20 years. I am obsessive about mopping at times when my children were young I would mop 3 times over a day. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jenna T. Wilson