Best Mop For Laminate Floors

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Cleaning laminate floors isn’t as easy as it seems. While it can last for a very long time and certainly looks beautiful, laminate floors are very sensitive to impact, moisture, and a host of other things. If you’re not careful and use the wrong cleaning product on it, you may damage your floor.

Arguably, the most difficult part of cleaning a laminate floor is the mopping phase.

Laminate floors are very susceptible to moisture. As the laminated floor boards are made from wood fiberboard, they are going to be permanently stained if they are exposed to moisture for too long. If you use the wrong type of mop that’s too abrasive, the top surface could be scratched up. Last but not least, the wrong cleaning chemical will also cause staining and hazing on the top lamination layer, too.

In this article, we’ll be introducing you to some of the best mop for laminate floors on the market. They have been carefully tested by our team in our lab on sample stretches of laminate floors. You can confidently pick any of these mops up and clean your floor without worries!

In our review, our staff takes into consideration four different criteria: Ease of use, maneuverability, ease of operation, and durability. The higher the scores, the better the product.

All four criteria are simple.

Ease of use refers to how easy it is for the user to handle the mop. It shouldn’t be awkward to hold or put a lot of weight on the user’s back that could lead to back-pain (a very common problem among low-quality mops).

Maneuverability is assessed by testing how easy it is to track the mop across the floor. The mopping head should be smooth and glide effortlessly on the floor. Bonus point if the mop is compact enough that it can reach into tight, cramped spots in the house.

Despite a mop being a fairly straightforward tool, it should also be easy to operate. We look into how easy a person can just pick up the mop and use it right away without having to refer to any kind of manual.

Last but not least, there’s also durability. A mop is relatively inexpensive, so durability isn’t much of a concern compared to other, more expensive classes of cleaning tools like vacuum cleaners. Nonetheless, you’ll still want your investment to last for a long time. That’s what we assess in this section.

To make it easier to visualize, let’s take an example.

In our assessment of the best overall mop for laminate floors, the O-Cedar ProMist Max, we rated the ease of use to be 95%, maneuverability to be 93%, ease of operation to be 95%, and durability to be 88%.

This is a very good overall score, indicating that the product has just about everything that the average consumer would want in a laminate floor mop. To explain the lower durability score, the O-Cedar ProMist Max is made from plastic, which doesn’t have a very good reputation for high durability.

Other products on the list such as our runner-up ? the E-Cloth Deep Clean Mop ? follows a similar veins with high scores all around.

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