Our kitchen floor has light tiles and gets dirty SO easily! In my opinion, mopping with a traditional mop and bucket is one of the most tedious cleaning tasks, so I prefer to spot mop for most of the week with a Swiffer, and use the regular mop once a week for deep cleaning.
Instead of using the refill wet cloths all the time, I've found that it's cheaper and more eco-friendly to use the Swiffer with microfiber cloths instead.
All I do is lay one of the cloths flat on the floor and place the Swiffer mop head on top of it and in the middle.
Then I flip one edge of the cloth on top of the mop and use a marker to poke the cloth through one of the attachment holes.
I do this with all four holes on top of the mop until it looks like this:
As you can see, the cloth is sort of flopping at the top since it's a little too long. So I just fold each side and use a mini binder clip to hold the cloth together on the left side.
I attach another binder clip to keep the cloth together on the right side, and there it is! A re-usable microfiber cloth for use with my Swiffer.
When our kitchen tiles gets dirty, I just spray a mixture of water and liquid soap on the floor and then use the Swiffer-with-microfiber-cloth combo to quickly clean it up. Then when the cloth gets dirty (I don't wait till it gets TOO dirty though), I just remove it, flip it over so the clean side is on the floor, and use the above steps to re-attach it to the mop head. When both sides of the cloth get dirty I just throw it in the wash and re-use them when they're clean!
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