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I read a post by Lady Lynnea suggesting Black Diamond Floor Cleaner and mopping with a microfiber cloth roughly fitted for the Swiffer mop. I didn't exactly care for the Swiffer wipes. Too wet at first and then too dry. So I followed L.L.'s suggestion, using the Black Diamond spritz and a microfiber cloth (which I sci… see more I read a post by Lady Lynnea suggesting Black Diamond Floor Cleaner and mopping with a microfiber cloth roughly fitted for the Swiffer mop. I didn't exactly care for the Swiffer wipes. Too wet at first and then too dry. So I followed L.L.'s suggestion, using the Black Diamond spritz and a microfiber cloth (which I scissored to size) from Target (5 for 6 bucks). The cloths are thick and lightly nubby, which is perfect for floors. Boy, was the cloth ever dirty after I cleaned the kitchen floor. On both sides too. And that was only 3 days after the Swiffer wipe treatment, which in turn came a few days after the usual sponge mop with detergent-in-water wiped dry with towels. (What a pain.) The cloth, of course, needed some serious cleaning after. All that dirt with no more kids , grandkids, or pets to bring in dirt. But there must have been a lot of accumulation over time. My thanks to Lady L. for the heads up. see less I read a post by Lady Lynnea suggesting Black Diamond Floor Cleaner and mopping with a microfiber cloth roughly fitted for the Swiffer mop. I didn't exactly care for the Swiffer wipes. Too wet at first and then too dry. So I followed L.L.'s suggestion, using the Black Diamond spritz and a microfiber cloth (which I scissored to size) from Target (5 for 6 bucks). The cloths are thick and lightly nubby, which is perfect for floors. Boy, was the cloth ever dirty after I cleaned the kitchen floor. On both sides too. And that was only 3 days after the Swiffer wipe treatment, which in turn came a few days after the usual sponge mop with detergent-in-water wiped dry with towels. (What a pain.) The cloth, of course, needed some serious cleaning after. All that dirt with no more kids , grandkids, or pets to bring in dirt. But there must have been a lot of accumulation over time. My thanks to Lady L. for the heads up.
Ron Raybin
· October 20, 2017
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It depends on how dirty your floors are. Grout, no. It won't hurt it, but it also won't get in between it, just brush over the surface. Ceramic tile, yes. My tile has never been THAT dirty (we don't have pets and we don't wear shoes around the house), so I don't know how well it would work on super dirty floors, but fo… see more It depends on how dirty your floors are. Grout, no. It won't hurt it, but it also won't get in between it, just brush over the surface. Ceramic tile, yes. My tile has never been THAT dirty (we don't have pets and we don't wear shoes around the house), so I don't know how well it would work on super dirty floors, but for everyday tidying up, this does the job just fine. see less It depends on how dirty your floors are. Grout, no. It won't hurt it, but it also won't get in between it, just brush over the surface. Ceramic tile, yes. My tile has never been THAT dirty (we don't have pets and we don't wear shoes around the house), so I don't know how well it would work on super dirty floors, but for everyday tidying up, this does the job just fine.
Lexi
· July 16, 2016
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I am on my 4th pole in 2 years. Not used for more than about 12 square feet a few times a week. So, if 6 months of use is durable, then yup!
Regardless of durability, convenience cant be beat. So I just keep buying them!

Chrissey
· November 26, 2019
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are the wet pads washable or one use only?
reet
· July 18, 2018
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This was about all I could find:
https://www.ewg.org/guides/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=swiffer&page=1&per_page=15

GraDe
· June 4, 2019
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My Swifter Sweeper fell apart with in 6 months of 1x pr week use. I really liked it up to that point. Never bought another one. Was hoping the new ones were better or at least had a 2 year warranty. But, alas not so. Don't waste your money.
Albertina
· July 26, 2019
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I sent it back so I can't check the label but I don't think so. You can look up the wet mop refill pad ingredients here:
https://www.ewg.org/guides/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=swiffer&page=1&per_page=15

GraDe
· June 4, 2019
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You have to push the edges of the wet wipes into the designated slits on the swiffer
Amazon Customer
· October 7, 2018
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I think it will get the mess up but to be sure to kill the bacteria you may want to spray a little bleach or a disinfectant that kills bacteria and wipe it around.
Mo Brown
· September 22, 2019
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Any sweeper with a spinning (turbo) brush head will pick up pet hair.
Being Helpful
· September 14, 2017