If you’re on #CleanTok, then you’ve probably seen O-Cedar’s EasyWring™ Spin Mop & Bucket System. And who hasn’t? The #OCedarMop hashtag has over 315 million views, and is a trending item on every shopping list I’ve seen. For months now, I’ve resisted the temptation to click “add to cart” since I’ve been holding out for a sale, and the time has come: Right now at Home Depot, you can get the exclusive EasyWring Deep Clean Microfiber Spin Mop with 2 Extra Deep Clean Mop Refills for only $39.97. Plus, it comes with two additional deep clean refills, which offer 40% better cleaning and are valued at $16.97.
So, I took the plunge and bought this mop at my local Home Depot store. Here’s what makes this mop worth it (and that’s a lot coming from someone who doesn’t exactly like to clean).
1. The O-Cedar EasyWring Deep Clean Mop System deal at Home Depot saves me 23% immediately.
O-Cedar EasyWring 2-pack Deep Clean refills cost $16.97 when shopping for them separately. But with this Home Depot exclusive, I’m getting the mop and two refills for a total cost of $39.97, instead of paying $51.94 if I’d bought them separately. That’s a 23% savings.
2. The mop refills last for three months or longer and are machine-washable — saving me money over time.
They don’t need to be replaced as often as cotton mop heads, and I’m using less water when I clean my floors. Cotton mop heads also do not have the cleaning power of microfiber found in O-Cedar Mops. The tiny microfibers pick up more dirt and food residue and remove more than 99% of bacteria*.
3. This mop is convenient and makes my life easier.
EasyWring is a hands-free experience. You don’t have to touch the dirty mop head; you can use the foot pedal to customize the amount of water that you want to use on the floor. Deep Clean refills have 40% more cleaning power than the standard refills, too. Try this mop system to spend less time cleaning and more time having fun.
*Removes, does not kill, over 99% of E. coli and Staph. Aureus from pre-finished hardwood flooring and ceramic tile using tap water, as tested at an independent accredited lab.