To Sweep or To Mop

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Hi FlyLady and Crew,

I’ve been FlyWashed! I love the Rubba Scrubba and want more of your products!! What is the difference between mopping with the FlyLady Mop and using the Rubba Sweepa?

Thanks so much!

Flybaby LaLa

Dear LaLa,

The biggest difference that I feel is the speed. You can move really fast with the micro-fiber head or the chenille mop cloth. The rubba sweepa does a great job on carpet and throw rugs. We use it all the time for rugs at our doors.

For my daily mop of my floors, we have a new mop cloth. We only have hardwood floors. With two dogs and two cats we have lots of paw prints and dust bunnies. I can do my floors in the time it takes for my coffee to brew! I even did a video of me speeding through my floors with my new video. This was made last summer. It shows how you can skip the sweeping step and go straight to mopping. LOL

The beauty of the Chenille mop cloth is that it rinses so well. It has these little fingers that grab the dirt and dust. Then all you have to do rinse it and go again. After you are through with your floors you can throw it in the washing machine.

It fits our mop.

Here is my older little video of a quick dust mop of my floors. I was using the micro-fiber cloths because we had not developed the red duster head.

XL deluxe collage title 400So to answer your question; I use my Rubba Sweepa for my throw rugs and my chenille mop cloth for my floors. Check out our newest package; The Deluxe XL Package. We have a larger mop head!  It has everything you need for your floors, windows, and flat surfaces.

As I am writing this I did my floors for my weekly home blessing.

I also use my rubba sweepa for my porches and when it snows; it comes into its own! It is great on my nonslip tile on my bathroom floor!

Having my floor looking nice helps me release stress. I am always just a few minutes away from my home being company ready!

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