Advice on Robot Vacuums?

I'm looking to purchase a robot vacuum for my house as well as for my mother's. A vacuum only robot is what I'll like at the least, but I'm considering ones with a mopping feature. I see that this feature isn't all that great, but I'm thinking just "wetting" the floor could be useful between manual mops. I have hardwood and my mother has tile. I wanted to ask anyone who has a.robot vacuum and mop, how much area can you get moped on one "tank" of water/solution? I'm thinking it only helps if we can set it to mop and it complete the entire floor without having to refill it.


2 Answers

  • 10 months ago

    What happens is that it is as much trouble to prepare it to mop a floor as it is to mop the floor. Overall, it is more of a hassle. Sweeping is good with the dust bin disposal feature.

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    They make them ONLY for vacuum.  Mop requires carrying around HEAVY WATER AND A MOP which drags so wears out the battery fast.

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