When I got the Ohuhu Spin Mop Bucket System, I wasn't sure if I would like it. I had gotten used to my mop with the disposable cloths you use and my steam mop. But I was willing to see how it worked and compared.
The mop comes in a box and needs some assembly, which is super easy! All you have to do is put the handle sections together and attach the piece that the mop cloths hook to. The mop comes with the two-sided bucket, one for the water you dip in to get the mop wet (and cleaner of course) and the other side where it spins the excess water out. It also comes with two mop heads that are easy to attach and easy to toss in the washing machine to clean.
The mop heads feel super, super soft and I found that they work both wet and dry! I love using one for a dust mop on the floor before I mop. It picks up all the little bits that my broom does not, much better than those static cling disposable ones. Then I use the second one for the actual wet mopping. It only takes a small amount of cleanser to work with this mop. The mop itself really does get the floor nice and clean. The fibers even get down underneath the edges of the appliances to get out the bit of debris that can accumulate there. With pets in the house, that can be some icky hairy debris.
For the most part I like this mop and how well it works. My major complaint would be the size of the mop head to the bucket and spin section. No matter how careful I am, I seem to always spill some water when I dunk the mop and then move it to the spin side. There is very little, if any, extra space for that mop head in the spin side. I seem to always dribble some over the side before I spin it.
I do have another small complaint, the placement of the handle. When the one side of the bucket has water in it and the spin side does not, the handle, which is in the middle is not great for balance. The bucket will tip to the heavier end, which is awkward. When you are done mopping, it is not a problem.
All in all, it's a nice mopping system, where you don't have to get your hands wet, use disposable cloths, or bend over as much.
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The reviewer has been compensated with receiving the product free in order to bring you an honest review. All opinions are those of the reviewer.