Monday, August 30, 2010

**CLOSED**GIVEAWAY: Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop

Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop

Mopping floors is one of the chores I avoid. It used to mean grabbing the bucket, my cleaning solution and the old squeeze mop from the basement and dragging it all upstairs. The other day, my 14 year old daughter dropped an entire carton of eggs on the floor when she was making brownies. To clean it up, she grabbed the old mop and mopped the area where the damage was. The next day I was downstairs and kept thinking that someone left a bag of old garbage in the basement; it stunk! I finally located the source; the old mop's sponge head was rank. It was time to retire it anyway since I now own a Rubbermaid Reveal Mop sent to me courtesy of the great people at Rubbermaid. Adios stinky mop; there's a new mop in town!

Rubbermaid has reinvented the mop and designed it with you in mind. This new mop is designed to save you money and end your frustrations. There's no batteries or expensive refills to buy. The Reveal comes with a durable microfiber cleaning pad that's designed to be washed up to 100 times before you'll need to buy a new one. The refillable bottle uses your own cleaning solution. Just mix two tablespoons of your favorite cleaning solution with water in the refillable bottle, close the cap, and click it into the Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop. Concentrated cleaner, vinegar, borax, dishwashing liquid..just pick your poison!


You can use your Reveal on wood, laminate, tile, or vinyl. Our house is mostly hardwood floors and vinyl in the kitchen. The Reveal did a fantastic job on both and it dried faster too! You're not slopping a bunch of water on the floor as you clean and the microfiber pad actually seemed to clean my floor better than my old sponge mop ever did. You control the amount of spray you need; squeeze lightly for small jobs and lay on that trigger for power-mopping major messes. The pad attaches with super-strong velcro-like surface and it was simple to just pull it off and toss it in the washing machine after I was done. If you don't use all the cleaning solution, you can just remove the refillable bottle, squeeze the trigger to get any remaining solution out of the mop, and store the rest for another time. Simple!



You can purchase the Rubbermaid Reveal online, at Home Depot, Walmart and Target but Rubbermaid is going to give one of you reading this a Reveal free of charge.

Mandatory Entry:

1) Just tell me what you're currently using to clean your floors now; sponge mop? hand and knees? or something else? (1 entry, mandatory before any extra credit)


Extra Credit:


2) Follow my blog with Google Friend Connect (left sidebar) or take credit if you already do. (worth 1 entry)

3) Follow Rubbermaid on Twitter and tell me your twitter name. (worth 1 entry)

4) Like Rubbermaid on Facebook and tell me your Facebook name. (worth 1 entry)

5) Tweet the giveaway and leave me the link. (worth 2 entries-leave 2 comments each time. You can tweet daily).

Easy tweet you can use:

Win a Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop & discover easy, affordable floor cleaning http://bit.ly/b7Qmct #giveaway Ends 9/12



Rules:

US and Canadian residents only-Please note that Canadian winners might get charged C.O.D. Giveaway ends on September 12, 2010 at 11:59pm EST. Please leave me a way to contact you if your email address is not visible in your blogger profile. Winner will be contacted via email and will have 48 hours to respond with shipping information before there's a do-over.

I was provided with a Rubbermaid Reveal Spray Mop free from Rubbermaid to facilitate this review and given the opportunity to offer one free to my readers. Thanks Rubbermaid!


265 comments:

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kerri69 said...

tweeted 2
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faithfullyfrugal said...

I use the old wring style mops which I hate! Sometimes, I do get on my hands and knees. These old wring mops have to breed germs!

Thank you for the entry,

nikkidavissells at gmail dot com

faithfullyfrugal said...

I am a gfc public follower as Nikki Davis.


nikkidavissells at gmail dot com

faithfullyfrugal said...

I follow Rubbermaid on twitter, nikkidavis05.


nikkidavissells at gmail dot com

Erica C. said...

I just currently use a regular mop. I have a big problem with a leftover watery mess on the floor.

suebabe0704 said...

Daily Tweet #1
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suebabe0704 said...

Daily Tweet #2
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sherri419 said...

I have been looking at these and really want one! Right now, I use a sponge mop and get on my hands and knees! Teenagers in the house! Thanks for the chance!

sherri419 at gmail dot com

MAT said...

I'm using a sponge mop to clean my floors now :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

thatlittlehouse said...

daily tweet

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Felicia said...

I do hands and knees to clean my floors :)

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Felicia said...

I have been following Rubbermaid on Twitter

@tigpooh1516

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Felicia said...

Tweet!
https://twitter.com/tigpooh1516/status/24306297755

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1 entry

Felicia said...

Tweet!
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2 entry

Lisa said...

Daily tweet: http://twitter.com/samasam/status/24310300144

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Lisa said...

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abitosunshine said...

I currently use an old-fashioned mop and bucket for my floors. Grreat Giveaway, thank you and Rubbermaid!
ruthcox(at)abitosunshine(dot)net

abitosunshine said...

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abitosunshine said...

I tweeted this giveaway at Twitter!
http://twitter.com/abitosunshine/status/24313089086

ellie said...

http://twitter.com/eswright18/status/24321629833
Daily tweet
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kathy pease said...

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Pamela S said...

I currently use the swiffer with the wet pads. I HATE it. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com

brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...we currently use a cotton mop w/ wringer to clean our floors; the mop gets "stinky" if we don't bleach the hell out of it after every use.

senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

brianpiero said...

Follow Rubbermaid on Twitter: @brianpiero

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brianpiero said...

Tweet: http://twitter.com/brianpiero/status/24346077883

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brianpiero said...

#2 Tweet: http://twitter.com/brianpiero/status/24346077883

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Gianna said...

An old swiffer mop with an old towel since their wipes are expensive and sticky/smelly.

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