Robot mop tips and tricks to keep your home clean
If you’ve ever used a Three Spin Robot mop and thought that you could do it with a regular mop and not require a vacuum, then you’re right. Regular mops, like the one you can buy from the store, are still great for some tasks, but they aren’t necessarily necessary when considering a robot vacuum. As you’ll see below, there are plenty of times where the Three Spin Robot mop is the most cost-effective option. But if you’re a Three Spin Robot mop owner who’s tired of leaving a wet mess on the floor after your device removes debris from your home, then you need to read on because I’ve got a few helpful tips to help you keep the house clean — and keep your dog clean, too.
Clean before the robot cleans
When it comes to ensuring that your robot vacuum actually vacuums, cleaning is paramount. Without a clean floor to run across, the robot won’t be able to do its job. The only exception to this rule is if you have an allergy or asthma and worry that the cleaning agents could irritate your respiratory system. But even then, many Robot mop cleaners have protective air filters that minimize this risk, so it’s probably safe to leave this tip alone.
Get the best spin
To keep in mind is that robot vacuums are most effective when they have the optimal amount of lift. It’s not uncommon to see a 20-30 degree angle where the vacuum effectively pulls itself along. Anything less and it won’t do as good of a job.
Robot mop-proof your home
Don’t expect your robot vacuum to be completely maintenance-free. Just like any piece of furniture that needs a good cleaning, there are a few things you can do around your house to make sure your robot is cleaning where you want it to and not wasting time on items you don’t want it to get near.
Home maintenance and cleanup
First of all, always keep your robot mop pads tidy so that it doesn’t smell bad or . If there are areas where you frequently drop things, clean up those spots every time you use the vacuum. Another good thing to do is to clean your floors on a weekly basis, because over time, all the dirt and debris that builds up will build up, and make your floor that much easier for your robot to clean.
So there you have it, our top tips for keeping your robot mop running at its best. Just remember to make sure you give your robot vacuum a good wash and a polish every once in a while — the dirt that builds up on its surface can be a pain to remove, and most importantly, a robotic vacuum isn’t meant to clean your house for you!
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