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Swiffer Sweep & Trap Review #NewFromSwiffer

Have you heard about the new Swiffer Sweep & Trap? It uses rotating blades to pick up large particles and flicks them into a dirt bin. At the same time, the attached Swiffer Sweeper dry cloth traps dirt, dust and hair that brooms can leave behind. This innovative combination cleans up big and small messes in a single swipe. It has the same convenience as an original Swiffer, but can now pick up large particles. I was sent a starter kit to try, along with some mess demonstrations.

Mess #1 consisted of wood chips. Some of the particles were very fine, so I was not sure how it would pick up. 

It picked up about 90% in one pass. I love the 360 degree swivel head. It made it easy to go back and forth until I had most of it.

See the wood chips trapped in the Swiffer Sweep & Trap. But then I lifted it up and ...

Some of the particles fell out. Not too bad though. I see the Swiffer Sweeper dry cloth picked up some of the fine pieces. This was about as good as I could get with the wood chip demonstration. Onto Mess #2!

Mess #2 consisted of some nuts and bolts. These are heavier and bulkier of course. So let's see what happens!

You can see the nuts and bolts trapped inside! I gave it about three passes and they were all picked up! Impressive! Overall, you might have trouble with very fine messes. It will clean up most of it. But if you have something bulkier like cereal, perhaps, it should pick it up in a few passes.

I found the Swiffer Sweep & Trap easy to use. It uses no batteries and was simple to assemble. Remember that Sweep & Trap is only intended for dry pick-up on hard floor surfaces. Always use it with a Swiffer Sweeper dry cloth attached to the bottom. It uses the same dry cloths as the Swiffer Sweeper. I also like that it is lightweight, compact and has an ergonomic handle. The rotating blades and dirt bin are easily removed for cleaning and just as easy to reattach. No batteries or power is required so it’s just as quick to use as a broom, but it’ll give you a much better clean.

Household Uses Include
Stray Food Bits and Dust Buildup
Easy to use and lightweight, Sweep & Trap’s rotating blades get bigger messes like cereal while the dry cloth gets the fine particles of dust.

Hardwood Floors
Sweep & Trap’s rotating blades are soft so they won’t scratch your hardwood floors as they pick up messes. A textured Swiffer Sweeper dry cloth traps and locks fine dirt and dust.

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