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So I'm Excited About A Mop

By Parentingsmh @parentingsmh

I'm a little sad that I've been so busy I missed my very own blogoversary.  It's officially been over a year since starting this little ole blog and for what it's worth, I'm pretty happy with it.  Now I'm not balling or making money, or anything, but, I have made some pretty sweet connections online and I've already gone to my first conference, and I'm off to another one next month (BlogHer '12 here I come) to hopefully make some new relationships a little stronger.   Even though I'm not getting any book deals or anything, I'm totally excited about getting chosen by Mom Central for my first review program.  Today I received a Hoover TwinTank Steam Mop and I couldn't be more excited.     So I'm Excited About A Mop I know it doesn't sound very glamorous, but, here's some perspective: 1. I live in a condo - it's pretty large, but only one floor, no real family room - dust and everything else travels from room to room 2. I have bamboo floors - I know what you're thinking, ooh girl, look at you with your bamboo floors, but no, it's not that great.  I mean, it's definitely great to look at but, it makes me kind of house conscious when the floor is a mess.  I see it, and worst of all, I feel it ... under my feet, so I can get a little obsessed about sweeping and such. 3. Um, have you seen these boys?  Not the poster children for cleanliness, that's for sure.
So I'm Excited About A Mop Over the years, I've bought just about every type of mop I could find trying to make cleaning my floors a little less like a chore.  you name it, I've bought it-  Swiffer, Clorox, Mop and Glow, etc., so I'm pretty siked to have something as heavy duty as a Hoover to give a whirl. Writing this post is not part of the program, but I couldn't help myself, I had to share.  If you live in a home with a hard surface, you know the drama of the two step cleaning process and how many times, you just down right skip a step.  Sweep, mop, what's the difference, just get it clean, right?
Do you have a favorite cleaning tool?  What is it?

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