Monday, May 2, 2011

Libman Mop Review and Sweepstakes!

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I was so excited when I got the opportunity to review the Libman Freedom Spray Mop!  My house is all tile except in the bedrooms!  That is a lot of floors to scrub.  I have never been happy with what I have been doing and have even been tempted to call in someone to clean my tiles for me! Winking smile
 
I was also even more excited by the fact that the company says this product is green.  It comes with a cleaning solution but you can actually choose to use whatever product you want (I’m going to try out my own non-toxic solutions) and pads that are reusable.  I try not to use disposable products in my house in our effort to live more “green”!  It also does not use any batteries.  Sounds like a win win win to me!  I am always leery of a companies claim of being “green” however, with this product I would have to say their claims are real and accurate!  That makes me quite happy! 

Check out Libman’s site for more information and to download a coupon or rebate.
I am happy with how this mop works.  My tiles are very uneven and most mops do not get into the huge bumps and grooves of my large tiles.  However, the Libman mop’s pad is doing a great job for me!  The box also says that it works on wood & laminate, vinyl & linoleum, ceramic tile, stone, and marble.  I only have the ceramic tile and will be keeping this mop because it works so well!
 
Now to the fun part; the sweepstakes for a $100 Visa Gift Card from BlogHer and a Libman Freedom Spray Mop from Libman (all to go to one winner), open to those 18 and up, USA residents.


BlogHer.com Round-up Page: Visit the Exclusive Offers section

· Rules: Visit the Official Rules

· Sponsor: Visit the Official site

· Where to locate the Freedom Spray Mop: http://goo.gl/xTOLl

· Cleaning Tips from Libman: http://goo.gl/iykDQ"

So, what's your favorite cleaning tip?

251 comments:

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ferriz said...

start from the top and work your way down. dusting after you vaccume or mop will just put you back at step 1!

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Stacy said...

My cleaning tip is to clean 15 minutes a day, one room and one chore, so that it doesn't seem to overwhelming.

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Deborah said...

My favorite tip is to hold everyone responsible for cleaning their own messes right away. asthenight at gmail dot com

ky2here said...

I'm a big fan of lemon ammonia for the kitchen. Nothing cuts grease better.

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Mari said...

I suggest using vinegar and rags as a greener and more economical way to clean.

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Mari said...

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Deb said...

My best tip, although I admit I don't always follow my own advice, is to clean as you go. Never leave any dirt to set because then it becomes twice as hard to clean.

Deb said...

tweeted
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Aisling said...

I've learned that if I have company coming I'm motivated to get a lot of cleaning done in a short time. That's not a good way to operate however, so my best tip is to keep it up and get something done every day. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

April said...

Mix tapwater with a couple of lids full of hydrogen peroxide for carpet spots.
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ewhatley said...

Keep a spray bottle filled with cheap vodka. Great for cleaning kitchen and bathroom fixtures.

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rewcath said...

my best cleaning tip is to pick up as i go, when i take something out, I try to put it away as soon as i'm done nupa123atgmaildotcom

rewcath said...

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A said...

Use equal parts of vinegar and water to clean with. It's natural and safe.

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Kozi said...

My favorite cleaning tip is to start with the first room company will enter and then move on to other rooms they would probably go to next, and so on, saving for last the rooms they won't see!fa

mail4rosey said...

Do the cleaning before anything else and you won't have to make excuses to put it off until later (because it'll already be done).

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mail4rosey said...

Tweet
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LisaWeidknecht said...

My favorite cleaning tip - Make the kids do the cleaning!

shiloh said...

Clean daily, it saves mess, and is less stress.
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Jinxy and Me said...

Break big cleaning jobs down into small parts!

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Jinxy and Me said...

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kakihara said...

My best tip--Mr clean magic eraser--I use them everywhere--makes cleaning finger prints a breeze!
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Storm Safety Blog said...

White vinegar is a great window cleaner and baking soda is a mild abrasive cleaner. They're both all-natural and work just as well as chemical cleaners in most cases.

rubymoon said...

Tackling a room at a time is less work than making a huge housecleaning chore a one day event.

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Busy Tennessee Mom said...

Always try to keep your kids involved according to age. My younger cild empties small garbage cans throughout the house. While my teenager cleans all the windows. My youngest keeps asking when he can move up to th cleanng of the windows.
thanks Pam
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Breanne said...

Clean a little bit everyday

shelley said...

I have hard wood floor so this would be perfect for me! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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crystalf said...

I like to do a couple loads of laundry as I'm waking my girls up for school. It gives me something to do while I'm telling them to get up. Thank you!

EmmaPeel said...

Start high & go low when dusting as you dont want to re-clean things as dust falls from high-low.
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susansmoaks said...

i work full time, so it's hard to find time to clean. i just do 15 minutes hard core cleaning each night and that way i have a clean house all the time without much effort on my part!
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latishajean said...

I love to use swiffer duster on my bookcase works so good the best duster! I also clean as I go makes things so much easier!
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latishajean said...

Tweeted too
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~dab said...

I spend 15 minutes/day straightening up one room - this way on the weekends (when I do my main cleaning) it's not so bad.

Delena said...

cleaning tip- do a little bit of cleaning everyday even if you don't really feel like it. it keeps the task from becoming overwhelming down the road.

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js22 said...

Using the towel you've dried your hair/body with to dry the bathtub/shower stall is a great way to easily take care of those water spots!
Thanks for the giveaway!
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Barbarawr said...

Clean early in the morning. Then when you wake up, it's already done.

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Atreau said...

As soon as the new magazine subscriptions arrive in the mail, collect last month's magazines to keep the pile neat and tidy.

John said...

Have the kids pitch in. Builds character and keeps you sane. :)

lemonave said...

Wipe plastic food containers with vinegar to get rid of stains and smells.

lemonave said...

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Ardy22 said...

I carry a timer with me to pace myself with so many tasks to do
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guettel78 said...

One tip I love is to heat up a cup of water in the microwave before cleaning it, which loosens up set-in crumbs and stains and makes cleaning it so much easier.

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ma04santos said...

I tweeted....
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ms-texas said...

i like to clean a little bit each day rather than try to do everything all at once

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ms-texas said...

tweeted here:

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Steve Paul said...

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