I used it for the first time today, and the on/off switch is a little "funky" (meaning sometimes it turns on and sometimes it doesn't). It's a little pricy for what it is. I believe there are others on the market for less money, but I'm not sure they would work any better. However, this is better than the old-fashioned scrub-brush way - anyway, easier.
This has to be one of the best floor grout cleaners out there. It is odorless which is a plus in itself. Once you spray it on the grout and let it sit a few minutes, use a stiff brush back and forth, and it is clean. Keep a bucket of water and a couple of rags to wipe it up. If you don't want to bend over, attach a brush to a long handle. I ordered 4 more bottles after we bought the first two. I cleaned a huge area, and still did not use the entire second bottle. I will continue to keep it maintained if I see any dirt here and there. You won't be disappointed for sure. Try it.
I've been having trouble finding black bathroom toilet brushes so I figured I'd try this. There were no reviews. I wouldn't buy this again as it looks pretty cheap. I'll use it for now but I'll stay on the hunt for a better quality item.
I bought one of these more than a year ago; it was an impulse buy. At the time I had a long-hair cat, and she shed hair all over everything! Worse, it was white hair, so it was instantly noticeable on all my clothing! It was a real pain and quite costly to buy a new lint brush every couple of weeks to get her hair from my clothing, the couch, the bed, my car; vacuuming never seemed to get it all, and I'm getting too far up in age to be down on the floor picking up the hairs the vacuum cleaner missed. This was perfect!! Until today, I've never thought of it as anything but a giant lint brush; I now have a chihuahua, and he sheds almost as badly as my late cat did! Out comes the old "lint brush"! I can get the hair off my bedspread in two swipes of a sheet, and still have enough use to wrap it around him and pull loose hairs off him! Sometimes I have to look for something else to swipe with it because there's still use in the sheet! lol I didn't even know the name of it until today, when I realized that the roll is almost depleted. I not only use it to clear the hair away from me and furniture, but after vacuuming the carpet I use it to catch whatever's left. This thing (IMO) isn't meant to be used in place of a regular mop or broom, you would end up using too many sheets too often. (Depending on how dirty your house is of course!) If you're like most people though, and vacuum then use a sheet to go over it again, you may not even use a whole one, let alone 'a bunch'! Approx. *** a roll may seem very costly to some, but look at it this way. If you're like me, using it mainly for pet hair and lint, these 6 rolls will probably last me 5 years, and *** a year is not costly to me!! Even if you use it more often, when you break the cost down it's a great deal!!!
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