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Meadows Essentials Spin Mop

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Background

Back in April 2022 if I am not mistaken, I was walking around Giant Supermarket and noticed the Meadows Essentials Spin Mop. I decided to purchase it because it was only 10 SGD at the time and I needed one to mop my floor.

The Stuff

The Meadows Essentials Spin Mop consists of the spin bucket and the spin mop. It comes with a quick guide on how to set it up. According to the box, the water capacity for the bucket is 6 liters with a sticker indicating the highest water level it can go.

The bucket also has 2 spinning points, one on the bucket to stir the water and floor cleaner liquid and the other on a separate partition/compartment to spin dry/rinse after soaking the mop.

The mop itself has a replaceable mop head. It has a locking mechanism to stop the mop from spinning.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

Meadows Essentials Spin Mop Box
Meadows Essentials Spin Mop Box

The bucket for the spin mop
The bucket for the spin mop

The spin mop itself
The spin mop itself

Refill for the mop head
Refill for the mop head

Spinning on the bucket part
Spinning on the bucket part

Spinning on the rinsing part
Spinning on the rinsing part

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Meadows Essentials Spin Mop for a few months since this post. I like that I am able to spin the mop on the bucket part which allows me to use the mop to mix the water and floor cleaner liquid.

The advantage of the spin mop has to be the rinsing part. Gone are the days when I have to use my hand to drain/rinse the water out from the mop head after soaking it in the solution. It is now hands-free by just placing the spin mop onto the rinsing compartment and pressing it down to spin it. The spinning is just like a salad spinner.

One drawback I can think of would be the water capacity of the bucket. 6 liters may not be enough for most households but for the price I shouldn't be complaining.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Meadows Essentials Spin Mop is definitely a piece of cheap mopping equipment for households. If you are interested to find out more, you can click on the link below (It says 5 liters so not really sure which is correct) or visit any Giant Supermarket to try your luck:


Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: