You need the right tools to keep your home clean and your family healthy. A spin mop can help you do that and offers significant advancements over older-style mops. However, which is the best spin mop for your needs? Which Casabella spin mop should you choose? 

The Casabella Clean Water Spin Mop is an excellent choice for most homes and offers a lightweight design, a two-part bucket system, and a unique spinner design that helps lock dirt and grime away from your mopping water. However, let’s compare other options so you can make an informed decision.

Features of the Best Spin Mop

Ready to change how you mop your home? Casabella has two spin-mop options. While both are designed to deliver an outstanding experience, they differ in terms of form factor and style. Let’s take a closer look at both.

The Casabella Microfiber Spin Cycle Mop and Bucket System

Available in graphite and orange, the Casabella Spin Cycle Mop is a stylish addition to any home. The self-contained bucket system features wheels on the rear to make moving it around your home easier and two large handles to make it easy to lift. Changing the mop water is simple thanks to a built-in drain plug at the bottom of the chassis. 

To use this spin mop, you'll need to plunge your mop into the water bucket spinner. That will loosen soil and debris and recharge the mop. Then, move the mop to the stainless-steel spinner to remove excess water. You can adjust the level of dampness to whatever level you want just by controlling the spin of your mop. You just need to push down on the mop handle to activate either spinner. 

The set comes with a 51-inch mop handle, two microfiber mop heads, and a unique two-spinner bucket system.

The Casabella Clean Water Spin Mop

The second Casabella spin mop features some similarities to the Spin Cycle Mop, but those are superficial. It’s a radically different mopping system designed to reduce the amount of dirty water that meets your floors.

Like the Spin Cycle Mop, the Clean Water Spin Mop features a two-bucket system. Each bucket is independent of the other but interlocks to make moving both buckets easy. Unlocking the buckets makes it simple to empty the dirty water bucket or add fresh water to the clean water bucket. Two heavy-duty handles make transporting either or both buckets a cinch. 

You'll only find one spinner on this mopping system. The light blue bucket holds your clean water, while the dark blue bucket is for dirty water. You'll first dunk your mop in the clean water and soap, spin away the excess water and then mop your floor When you're done, place the mop head into the spinner and spin away all the dirty water and debris, and continue the process over again until your floors are sparkling clean.

The microfiber mop head captures and removes 99% of bacteria from your floors with clean water. And cleaning the mop head is as simple as it gets – just toss it in your washing machine when you're done. After washing it, hang it or lay it flat to dry.

This mopping system comes with two buckets, a hex-head mop, a microfiber mop head, and a long mop handle. 

So, which of these is the best spin mop for you? Both spin mop designs offer unique benefits, but most homeowners will find the Casabella Clean Water Spin Mop is the better choice for their needs. 

Don’t Neglect Your Other Cleaning Tools

While the best spin mop will help keep your home spic and span, you'll need additional tools. For instance, always use a broom and dustpan on your floors before mopping. That helps pick up loose dirt and debris that might otherwise clog the microfiber strands on your mop and prevent it from cleaning as well as possible. Ideally, you’ll find a broom/dustpan set that interlocks and features a bristle cleaner on the pan to help remove hair and large debris from the broom’s bristles. 

Keeping Your Home Clean with a Spin Mop

The best spin mop is the one that meets your needs and helps you keep your home clean and healthy for your family. The Casabella Clean Water Spin Mop is lightweight, durable, and ultra-functional, making it simple to mop your entire home or tackle everyday spills and other cleaning needs. 

Once you’ve decided on a spin mop model, create a schedule for mopping your home. We recommend mopping high-traffic areas once per week, with spot mopping as needed. Lower-traffic areas only need to be mopped every couple of weeks or even once per month. Sweep or vacuum all spaces weekly, though, to handle dust and dirt that doesn't require a mop.