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For any regular homie, keeping each of the corners of the house tiles super clean is a matter of self-representation. Once, the traditional mopping was the only reliable cleaning kit to hang out with for your tile floor. But thanks to the modern tech for bringing up new values on the table with vacuum cleaners.

Fortunately, there are versatile offerings with vacuum cleaners like the bagless vacuum cleaner, canister vacuum cleaner, robot vacuum cleaner, etc. On the contrary, mops have captured the need for wet cleaning of laminate floors, tile floors, hardwood floors, and so on.

So, is it like we have Lionel Messi in the team, and that’s why Neymar will be replaced? Well, that is what we are going to learn today with a deep dive into the efficiency of mopping and vacuum cleaning.

Mopping Vs. Vacuum Cleaning

Mopping Vs. Vacuum Cleaning

Let’s hover into the potentialities of the mopping and vacuum cleaning one by one.

  • Cleaning Effort vs. Cleaning Time

There is no doubt that cleaning becomes much easier when you have a vacuum cleaner at home. And if you have back or joint pain kind of problems, then there is no alternative of vacuum cleaning since it requires less effort while cleaning. Besides, it’s less time-consuming gear.

On the other hand, as long as you are moving and sweeping with consistent pressure, your mop will do the cleaning. So, mopping can be good for the guy who just forgot to do the workout in the morning and now wants to mark the routine checked through mopping. Moreover, when it’s about time, it entirely depends on how fast you can clean — nothing more, nothing less.

Winner: Vacuum Cleaning

  • Dry Cleaning vs. Wet Cleaning

One thing no one can ignore is that mopping is the best cleaning way for your tile floor. It’s because tile or hard floors require wet attention at the time of cleaning. That’s what a typical mop can do with leaving perfect cleaning results. Here is a minus for robot vacuum cleaners because of those lefts a chunk of dust and debris even after multiple passes.

“But, dude, what about dry cleaning? It’s all I need for cleaning my carpets or carpeted stairs.” Yes, agreed, for instance, there is no reason to clean carpets with mops. With the impressive level of suction power, vacuum cleaners can quickly suck up to 99.99% of the dust, pet’s hair from the carpets.

Winner: Tie

  • Portable Vacuum vs. Portable Mop

The best trait that would not allow you to leave mopping after whatever technologies evolve is the portability. There is no plug, no hose needed for cleaning with a  mop. You just carry the lightweight mop with your hands and rumble around all the way of cleaning.

Just for the tolerably heavyweight nature and connection requirements of the regular vacuum cleaners, it could be much harder to carry and maneuver while doing cleaning operations.

Winner: Mopping

Final Thought

Well, old is gold, but new got the best value. In our thought, we could not acquire the courage to left behind the traditional mops even after getting lots of values from the vacuum cleaning side. Vacuuming is what you will need to do after mopping for better cleaning results. For your tile floor cleaning, it’s mandatory to have both as your cleaning kit.

Hit in the comment section with your thoughts about mopping or vacuuming. We are here 24/7 and would love to perceive anything from you.