The 10 Best Mops For Hardwood Floors

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This wiki has been updated 23 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Hardwood may be easier to clean than carpet, but that doesn't mean you can just install it and ignore it. Maintenance is important if you want to keep your floor looking shiny and new for years to come. Luckily, the right product can make this chore a breeze. With one of these trusty mops by your side, you'll always be victorious in the fight against dirt and grime. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Bissell Spinwave

2. O-Cedar EasyWring

3. iLife V5s

Editor's Notes

January 15, 2019:

Since too much water can damage hardwood floors, I made sure to chose models don't leave excess wetness behind them. There are several solutions to this, including spin mops that have a special bucket for removing excess water, spray mops that use a small amount of cleaning solution, and microfiber mops with highly-absorbent pads. The one exception on the list is the steam mop, which should only be used on sealed hardwood floors, as it can warp un-sealed wood. But as long as the floors are properly sealed, steam is a chemical-free option that many people find extremely helpful for tackling tough stains.

4. Bona Premium

5. Twist and Shout

6. Bissell PowerFresh

7. Mr. Siga Professional

8. Rubbermaid Reveal

9. Linkyo Microfiber

10. Libman Wonder

Sheila O'Neill
Last updated by Sheila O'Neill

Sheila is a writer and editor living in sunny Southern California. She studied writing and film at State University of New York at Purchase, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree. After graduating, she worked as an assistant video editor at a small film company, then spent a few years doing freelance work, both as a writer and a video editor. During that time, she wrote screenplays and articles, and edited everything from short films to infomercials. An ardent lover of the English language, she can often be found listening to podcasts about etymology and correcting her friends’ grammar.

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