Murphy's Oil Soap Squirt And Mop Review - Very Convenient To Use
Jo has shared her Murphy's Oil Soap Squirt and Mop Formula review. That is the diluted, ready to use version of the cleaner.
I clean my floors once per week.
I have use several hardwood floor cleaners. This one is my favorite, by far.
I love my hardwood floor and want it to shine like the day that it was installed, and with this product it does.
The Squirt and Mop is easy to use. It does not leave a streak on the floor or that filthy, sticky substance that some cleaners do.
It is important that you only only try to clean a small area at a time. If you put out too much of the cleaner, it will leave streaks.
Of course you also need to make sure that your floors are clear of any foreign particles, including dog hair and food substances, before you begin.
If any particles are left on the floor they will be glued into the floor until next time you really do a deep clean of the floor.
The Squirt and Mop also leaves a fresh smell in the kitchen, which I love.
Thanks Jo for your review of this version of the product. This may be great for some who have trouble properly diluting the original version of this product, or just don't want to go through the hassle of that step.
Has anyone used both types of products before, to be able to compare the concentrated, original version, as compared to the diluted, ready to use version?
I can definitely see the advantage of buying the one ready to use, because you don't have to drag out the bucket and mix it yourself. On the other hand, I hate spending extra money on a product when I'm just basically paying for water. Plus the diluted version uses more packaging for less soap, so it is not as environmentally friendly.
What are your opinions about the benefits of one versus the other, and why?
There are other available brands that have squirt and mop formulas too, for your hardwood floors. You can read more wood floor cleaners reviews here, or share your own.
Ready To Use Murphy Oil Soap Squirt & Mop & Wipes Review
by SR101 Reader
SR101 Reader says:
I have a solid oak dining room table and I've used Murphy's Oil Soap (the diluted version or the wipes) to keep it clean for 20 years.
I prefer the diluted version over the wipes because it is more cost effective.
When I had small children I used too many wipes to keep it looking good.
BTW the makers must do something different with the formulation of the diluted version because I've tried to take the original Murphy's Oil Soap and dilute for a spray bottle and it doesn't seem to work the same.
Thanks so much for your review!
I would assume that buying the original version would be even more cost-effective than buying the diluted version, but only if it works the same way.
I'd love to hear from others who've used the wipes or this ready to use variety, sharing how it works for you, plus how you've used it in your home.
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