While cleaning the house isn’t everyone’s favorite or most-loved activity, there are lots of benefits that come along with maintaining a clean and orderly home. Keeping dust, grit, grease, and grime under control is good for your home’s air quality, which relates to your physical health, especially if you or anyone else living in your home has allergies or asthma.
Let’s face it. Springtime can be beautiful in most areas, with green grass, flowers blooming, birds chirping, and the sun shining. Unfortunately, spring can also bring airborne allergens like pollen, dust mites, mold, and animal dander.
Allergies affect nearly one hundred million people in the United States alone and can cause headaches, sneezing, runny noses, and watery, itchy, and swollen eyes. Even worse, they can lead to trouble breathing and tightness in your chest. They can make life generally miserable and sometimes lead to life-threatening illnesses for those with weakened immune systems.
Mopping is one of the most thankless tasks. A conventional mop bucket design makes things worse – mopping with dirty water doesn’t do much to clean those floors. There’s good news. Casabella returned to the drawing board and created a new spin mop design. The two bucket design simplifies this challenging chore while providing plenty of clean water for mopping.
The Challenge of Old-Style Spin Mops A traditional spin mop was a step up from both the twist mop design and the old-style string mop that required using a bucket with a wringer. However, it came with some pretty significant downsides, including:
Bulky buckets were hard to fill with soap and water
Single-bucket systems did little to clean floors
Getting into corners was impossible
String and sponge mops can harbor bacteria and spread it around the home
Old-style spin mops just weren’t up to keeping a home sparkling clean. The new spin mo