About Clicker Mop
Clicker Mop is a bright green mop with a ratcheting device that Telebrands promises will quickly wring out dirty water with a few clicks. They say it holds 10X its weight in water, cleans up any mess on the floor, and they exclaim you will never have to touch a dirty mop head again.
Telebrands has been in the “As Seen On TV” business for 30 years, selling a wide variety of products to the masses, including the Hurricane 360 Mop. They are accredited by the BBB and currently hold an A- rating.
How Clicker Mop Works
Clicker Mop is a mop that uses a ratchet so that it wrings itself dry. The mop head itself is a fluorescent green that they state is removable, machine washable, and lasts up to 2 years.
To use Clicker Mop, they claim there is no need to sweep – they tout the microfibers will catch all the dirt and debris. When you soak Clicker Mop in water, they say these same microfibers will release all the trapped dirt and gunk. Then, grab the green ratchet that’s near the base and start clicking; they state this will twist and wring the mop dry, ready for another use. They add it weighs just 2 pounds, can get into hard-to-reach areas, and has a scuff remover on the bottom to get rid of marks and stains.
Clicker Mop Pricing and Returns
Clicker Mop costs $19.99 plus $7.99 S&H and includes an extra mop head for a total of $27.98. If you would like another Clicker Mop and head, add another $9.99 in handling at checkout. Telebrands allows you to return Clicker Mop within 30 days, provided you pay return shipping and include a detailed, written explanation as to why Clicker Mop didn’t “click” with you, or they could refuse your request.
Bottom Line: Is Clicker Mop a Scam?
Mops can get quite disgusting especially after a few uses, and wringing them out is certainly no fun. Clicker Mop holds a lot of promise. However, it should be noted that Telebrands’ other recent foray into mop products, the Hurricane 360 Mop receives low-to-average reviews, with many people citing poor construction, not working as advertised, and a mop head that you can’t get clean.
That’s not to say that Clicker Mop doesn’t work – perhaps Telebrands has “cleaned up” its act with this version. But just be aware that this mop is an “As Seen On TV” product that often don’t live up to their hype.
What is your experience? Did you purchase Clicker Mop and did it work as they said or were you disappointed? Let us know below!