Is the As Seen on TV Mighty Thirsty Mop a Scam? How long does shipping take? Does it even work?
I’ll answer all those questions.
The Mighty Thirsty Mop claims to be unique because it uses a Revolutionary Polymer Compound made with millions of super absorbing pockets. Millions? Really?
They say it holds dirt like a magnet, but dirt isn’t usually magnetic.
The TV Commercial claims it will clean 10 times faster than the rest. The rest being other mops. I’m pretty sure this claim is false.
If it took 1 minute to clean a spill with this mop are we to believe it would take 10 minutes to clean the same spill with another mop?
The mop is very convenient, it does soak up the water quite well, and the polymer pockets do allow a few specific types of materials to be picked up even when dry; when wet, the polymer material creates a sticky surface for the dirt to hold to.
The mop has a wigger attached to easly wing the water out. The commercial is excited about this because they state you wont get your hands wet.
This is quite odd because I’ve never gotten my hands wet while wringing even a traditional mop with a ringer attached to the bucket.
Who wrings out mops with their hands? Gross
While its safe to assume the mop won’t work exactly as shown on tv, it will work quite well.
But here’s the bad part.
Unfortunately, they, don’t tell you if the shipping time will be 2 days or 3 months.
Their shipping policy says your order will ship within 48 hours of being processed; that’s great, but how long will it take before they decide to finish processing the order?
This statement leads people to assume it will ship within a day or two, but that’s not what it says.
As Seen on TV sellers are notorious for delayed shipping due to low stock levels and back ordered products.
While this may not be the case here, keep in mind it’s a real possibility.
The advertised price of the Mighty Thirsty Mop is $29.99 + $8.95 shipping + a $2.00 Web Service Fee, looks reasonable at first glance but when you total all of it, the price comes to $40.94.
That’s a lot for a mop.
This mop appears great for small messes, but I certainly wouldn’t want to mop a large space with it and then need to run to the sink multiple times just to wring it out.
So is the Mighty Thursday Mop a scam? Well depends on how you define a scam. But, no in my opinion it’s not a scam, and if you have $40 to spend on a novelty mop in addition to your current mop; it looks like a fun buy.
So what do you think? Is the Mighty Thirsty Mop a scam?
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