I have tried so many different types if brooms, mops and vacuums. I have a small dog who sheds like mad - so I need to sweep or vacuum every day or two. This is without doubt the easiest and quickest. I love taking it over my timber and tiled floors very quickly - because it is so large - then I shake it outside before grabbing the wet mop pad and go over with that just damply wrung out. Finally a fast solution!
Cleaning large wall areas on a big interior wall always bothered me.Then I looked at my SABCO floor wiper and wondered- what if.So put some Sugar Soap and Water on pad & -" SWISHED-" the bricks.It did brilliantly,easily,and cut a 5 hour clean to 1 hour.
This is a awful swish mop for floor boards it keeps going to side to side even if locked in to centre. I paid a lot for this horror and really does not mop the floor propery. It has a spowt where you can put about 25ml water and press the button and comes out as you mop but you seem to spend more time on mobing the mop heaf into place. Tried every thing hopeless not recommended. I am going to buy another brand Sabco need to fix this for the price i cannot find the correct model number nut I havr to enter one
Not happy Jan
The handle keeps collapsing defeats what I’m trying to do with it.Waste of money wouldn’t recommend to anybody.I returned to Woolworths they didn’t replace the model so stuck with something we can’t use. Very disappointed!
Great for big floor. One of my favorite but..
Great product and suitable for the my need with large floor areas. Come with 2 refills. Bought from Woolworths and it's one of the expensive ones but work well so I am glad after many I used to buy. Just only sometimes the extended handle comes loose and didn't stay! Kept tightening it up annoyed me. I wish I could get a replacement but my docket lost over 2 weeks using it. The velco is really good idea but hope it stronger material so it last longer. Overall I like it even better than the 360 'spin one.
Fantastic product cleaning staff never been so happy
Quicker, cleaner floors, walk on in 5 minutes, Staff happy, lightweight, easy to use. Washes like new every time.
Highly recommended. Trick, spray floor, use wet pad to clean. Just purchased 2 more with refills. Thrown away mops and buckets.
Love the small one.
Small mop great, and understood right away that a spray bottle is the way to go. Never totally wet the head. Just buy a couple of spares and chuck them in the machine. Never get my hands wet. Always have a clean one ready. Love it, though the velcro thing on one has gone and I use rubber bands to hold it on. However, the bigger models. Don't know what their numbers were, but the first one broke on that hinge in 2 weeks, the second in less. And there's NO way of fixing it. When you've com back from the drawing board, let me know.That's $80 lost on those and I have several spare heads sitting around. Can't take them back to Masters, can I!!
mop with dust attachment and mop
I purchased this mop 2 days ago, I used the duster which was okay but not great, it doesnt have secured fittings just slides on. The mop pad is the same, When i folded it down with the foot button to squeeze out it snapped in half, I have had the older model similar to this for many years and cannot get replacement mop pads which is why i had to buy a new mop. I spent almost 40 dollars and it is broken the next day . I would like a refund but did not keep docket as i had never had this happen before. it does not fit in the bucket either.
Rubbish mop. Didn't even fit in the bucket that comes with it (or sold next to it at woolies). No wringing mechanism (what mop doesn't have a wringing mechanism?!) so you have hold it and let the excess drip off but it leaves the floor soaking which leads to streaking. Tried going over with the dry pad but that was hopeless. Searching for a new mop now. I did like the width of the mop, if you could wring it out it would be ok.
Mop is only as good as the Velcro that attaches the mophead
the Velcro strips after 4 uses are 50% lifted from the mophead making it almost useless to remove and replace the head after rinsing. I have previously had the exact mop with no problems whatsoever. Very disappointed with a mop that is one week old
Have used this mop in a commercial environment for a couple of years and it's been very good to use. Extremely sturdy, it has an extension pole which is great for tall people like myself. The pad is a large size so you can cover a large area in a short space of time. Pad mops are one of my favourite type of mops - they are simple and work well. Definitely recommend.
This is great
Absolutely great mop had no issues I don't think these people writing bad reviews don't know how to use it properly. Recommend it to anyone with timber floor. It leaves no streaks and easy to use
Absolute was of 20 bucks
The handle doesn't extend, so only suitable if you're 4 feet tall; it's impossible to squeeze water out of so the floor is sopping wet. Who invented this piece of rubbish? After using it twice, it's gone to the op shop.
Who invents these things?
SABCO SUPER SWISH XTRA The people who invent these whizz bang mops have never mopped a floor in their life! While this mop is wide and supposedly lessens the time it takes to clean the floors, who wants to have to continually rip the pad from the base, swish it around in hot water to clean it, wring it out and then fiddle around attaching the pad to the base again? Because THAT is the palaver you have to go through regardless of what the ads say. Give me an old fashioned mop and a bucket with a foot wringer any time. Why re-invent the wheel?
Floors still dirty after mopping :(
I just had brand new floors installed and bought this mop thinking it would be awesome. It's far from it!! Straight after vacuuming and mopping our feet are filthy.
Every. Single. Time.
Sabco swish with feathered microfibre
Horrible. Hard to sweep with and hard to clean. Discarded. The worse thing is it is sold in woolies. The microfibre fingers mop XL total on the other hand is 100% better. Should be sold in woolies but can only get from bunnings.
We'll We mopped the floors, got a paper towel, and gave it a wipe over to find the paper towel brown!!! You expect to mop and have clean floors!!! I felt dirty to even walk on the 'clean' floors again!!! It's a horrible mop and do not recommend to anyone!!!!
The floor is still filthy after wards!!!
Hate wringing by hand
I thought this mop would be great for my floating timber floors. but water just sits on top. so have to go over it again with a towel to dry off. and I have arthritis and did not take into consideration the wringing out
but it works well on the bath room tiled floor
Light and goes into corners and swivels. good on iles..
Wringing out by hand. yuk alright for some people.
Sabco covers/refills for the mop are perfect!
I actually have an enjo flat mop but I was given the sabco pad to try - much better! Fits my enjo reasonably well, only costs $12 from a supermarket, machine washable - lasts a loooong time (I'm on my 2nd pad in 4 months in a very high traffic/ 3 indoor dog household, mopping every day). Best of all the Sabco has a scourer pad attached to it so while you're mopping and find a spot that wont budge, flip the little square out and use you toe to scrub. Does the job wonderfully, can't recommend it enough!
GET a flat mop everybody!! I live in a very large open plan home, with large floor area and I swear it's only 15mins to swish mop the whole house. The scourer attachment makes this the perfect all-in-one mop head.
Wonderful!! I pity those still struggling with a rope head mop...or worse - the dreaded sponge head with silly screws to replace head..I actually use mine with an enjo mechanism/ handle but I would not buy the enjo refills ever again. Sabco is cheaper, performs better on my lino/wood/tile floors.
None! The Sabco flat mop head refills are wonderful, can't fault, can't be improved. I even use mine dry to sweep prior to mopping if I don't want to vacuum.
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