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Use Mop To Clean Under Sink

Use your mop to clean under the kitchen sink. My disposer backed up and I had to unload everything from under the sink. After the plumber came and fix my disposer, I had a mess to clean up. I did not want to get on my hands and knees to clean, so I thought about it. I thought of my mop. I sprayed the area down with vinegar and water, got my Swifter jet mop out, and cleaned. So easy and painless!


By pattysss from Overland Park, KS

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May 27, 20100 found this helpful

I love a good rag mop. It cleans in places you never think about using it like the ceiling, railings and other hard to reach areas. If you want to go green buy the mops that you can buy a refill for and drop your dirty mop head in the washer and bleach it like you would clothes.

Recently I cleaned the hallway edging at work that goes all the way around the building on both sides. Fast and easy.
Thanks for sharing your great tip. You have my vote.

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June 3, 20100 found this helpful

This nifty trick would work well for anyone who can't maneuver so well. if you can't wield a bigger mop, that Swiffer works very well.

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