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Re: Flash powermop

I have the basic model, Flash speed mop, you clip the pads in & clean the floor then throw the pad away after. I have lino in kitchen & bathroom. Works fine on the bathroom floor but I should scrub the kitchen floor because it got quite bad originally, before I got the mop.
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Sorry Paulene, I meant to put the link but forgot! (It's me age). Here you go:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Flash-Power.../dp/B07TF2R6CT

Thank you for the link,Mups.
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Re: Flash powermop

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I have the basic model, Flash speed mop, you clip the pads in & clean the floor then throw the pad away after. I have lino in kitchen & bathroom. Works fine on the bathroom floor but I should scrub the kitchen floor because it got quite bad originally, before I got the mop.

Hi Tiff,I was going to go with the basic model,but decided to try the powermop,it’s battery operated,which operate the bottle of flash that comes with it,at the top of the mop there is like a switch that you press,then the solution comes out from the bottom of the mop,you can control the amount that comes out.


What a job I had trying to get the flash bottle to click into place,I tried everything,even went onto YouTube for help.......then I realised there was a piece of cardboard in the way.....

I also viewed on YouTube,how you can get the top off of the flash bottle and make your own solution,so that will save me money and helping the environment at the same time.
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22-11-2020, 11:45 AM
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Re: Flash powermop

Same as Tiffany, the one as advertised with the dog that sings to the Queen song! I go over my wooden floors in no time, but because I keep shoes in the porch and wipe Holly's paws if coming in from a wet outside, my floors don't get very dirty, so the pad that goes into the bin isn't all that grubby. I have wood in front and back rooms, with rugs in the middles so just go round them, and the same in kitchen and bathroom (tiles with lots of rugs).

My sister has a steam mop which she found in the shed (new) but said recently it had stopped working. Nothing to go wrong on the one I have.
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22-11-2020, 11:51 AM
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Re: Flash powermop

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Is it a shark?.....what does the title of this thread say,Bess.wakey,wakey!.....
Flash as in a detergent box called "Flash".
That's what the title is.
Simple, innit......................
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22-11-2020, 12:09 PM
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Re: Flash powermop

Originally Posted by pauline3 ->
Hi Tiff,I was going to go with the basic model,but decided to try the powermop,it’s battery operated,which operate the bottle of flash that comes with it,at the top of the mop there is like a switch that you press,then the solution comes out from the bottom of the mop,you can control the amount that comes out.


What a job I had trying to get the flash bottle to click into place,I tried everything,even went onto YouTube for help.......then I realised there was a piece of cardboard in the way.....

I also viewed on YouTube,how you can get the top off of the flash bottle and make your own solution,so that will save me money and helping the environment at the same time.
I didn't know there was a more advanced mop.

Originally Posted by Jazzi ->
Same as Tiffany, the one as advertised with the dog that sings to the Queen song! I go over my wooden floors in no time, but because I keep shoes in the porch and wipe Holly's paws if coming in from a wet outside, my floors don't get very dirty, so the pad that goes into the bin isn't all that grubby. I have wood in front and back rooms, with rugs in the middles so just go round them, and the same in kitchen and bathroom (tiles with lots of rugs).

My sister has a steam mop which she found in the shed (new) but said recently it had stopped working. Nothing to go wrong on the one I have.
That is very true. I also got two boxes of 'cloths' with mine. I find it is good on new floors, like my shower room, but my kitchen floor is older & though it takes of the surface dirt it doesn't work on the more ingrained, looks like it's hands & knees to shift the worse. Anyone got a scrubbing brush!!!
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22-11-2020, 12:42 PM
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All carpeted?
apart from bathrooms and kitchen yes. keeps the house warmer and the floors dont mark like wooden floors do
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Re: Flash powermop

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Flash as in a detergent box called "Flash".
That's what the title is.
Simple, innit......................


The title is “Flash Powermop “!....not flash as in detergent,the detergent is in the bottle.
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apart from bathrooms and kitchen yes. keeps the house warmer and the floors dont mark like wooden floors do

I have dogs,so would never buy carpet for living room,but am going to begetting a bedroom carpet soon,I love the luxury feel of them.
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22-11-2020, 06:05 PM
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Re: Flash powermop

I found something that works a tad better as it uses washable microfibre pads and it even came with two spare pads. Both of us here think it's excellent on the kitchen tiles as well as out in the conservatory. It is still available at £8 delivered and only recently I ordered more spare pads to keep handy.
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