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Amazon.com has Swiffer Sweep and Vac Vacuum Cleaner Starter Kit for $27.41 -> now $28.47 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks gabe23111

Note, you may cancel your Subscribe and Save subscription any time after your order ships.

Alternatively, Walmart.com has Swiffer Sweep and Vac Vacuum Cleaner Starter Kit for $29.97. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+.

Note: Availability for in-store pickup may vary by location. Starter kit includes 1 rechargeable Sweep+Vac, 8 disposable dry sweeping cloths and 1 rechargeable battery charger.
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$28.85 at both Amazon and Walmart. Free store pickup at Walmart or free shipping at Amazon. If using Subscribe and Save at Amazon: $27.41 w/ 5% or $24.52 with a 15% (5 items or more in your monthly subscription)

Walmart Link [walmart.com] >Now $29.97
Amazon Link [amazon.com] >Now $28.47 after 5% S&S discount


Starter kit includes 1 rechargeable Sweep+Vac, 8 disposable dry sweeping cloths and 1 rechargable battery charger
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This is a waste. If you have tried it, you would know that the suction is USELESS...basically have a dry $9.99 mop for $27.40
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Yes - you can use the wet or dry mops with it. I do dry first and then wet with vacuum off. Only issue I have is it's very hard to find replacement filters for the vac. Walmart used to stock them but not anymore. Also, suction is poor but the cloth picks up a lot. I've been using it for 5 yrs and the dry mop picks up a lot of dirt and hair
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Great price on the swiffer vac, thumbs up!
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Just bought, but want to know how this is different from a manual no for wooden floors. Also, i don't see any mention of wet mopping. Is that an option?
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Just bought, but want to know how this is different from a manual no for wooden floors. Also, i don't see any mention of wet mopping. Is that an option?
Usually has wet/dry in the title. I am assuming this is purely for dry. Probably would work with wet, but it's electrical so I wouldn't recommend it.
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Just bought, but want to know how this is different from a manual no for wooden floors. Also, i don't see any mention of wet mopping. Is that an option?
Yes - you can use the wet or dry mops with it. I do dry first and then wet with vacuum off. Only issue I have is it's very hard to find replacement filters for the vac. Walmart used to stock them but not anymore. Also, suction is poor but the cloth picks up a lot. I've been using it for 5 yrs and the dry mop picks up a lot of dirt and hair
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Just bought, but want to know how this is different from a manual no for wooden floors. Also, i don't see any mention of wet mopping. Is that an option?
I read that it's the standard Swiffer pad so I don't see why you couldn't use a wet pad. There's nothing to keep it wet like with the wet jet though.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think for the 15% s&s you are charged the price at the time of the next s&s shipment. Once Walmart ends it's discount or sells out, it's possible Amazons price will go up automatically. My next auto shipment was almost a month away so I just settled for the 5% and ship out now option.
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Yes - you can use the wet or dry mops with it. I do dry first and then wet with vacuum off. Only issue I have is it's very hard to find replacement filters for the vac. Walmart used to stock them but not anymore. Also, suction is poor but the cloth picks up a lot. I've been using it for 5 yrs and the dry mop picks up a lot of dirt and hair
Agreed on suction not being great on these - but plenty strong for pet hair, where it works amazingly well.
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I read that it's the standard Swiffer pad so I don't see why you couldn't use a wet pad. There's nothing to keep it wet like with the wet jet though.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think for the 15% s&s you are charged the price at the time of the next s&s shipment. Once Walmart ends it's discount or sells out, it's possible Amazons price will go up automatically. My next auto shipment was almost a month away so I just settled for the 5% and ship out now option.
Thanks...

On your question about Amazon s&s, the first delivery price is locked in to the price as of the order date. All future deliveries will be priced as of the future date
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This is a waste. If you have tried it, you would know that the suction is USELESS...basically have a dry $9.99 mop for $27.40
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Seems Dead/OOS now.
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Anyone know where I can find the plastic clips you push the wet/dry cloths thru to hold it in place? Look online but no luck. I could just duct tape it.
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We have one at home and love it. It is by no means a vacuum cleaner, but helps pickup excess stuff like small hard particles your swiffer pad won't pick up as easily or that could get stuck in the pad and scratch your floors (tiny rocks, sand, hair). this allows the mop to get the dust and other stuff.
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Best for bathroom to pick hair and dust. Battery will last for 2 years and die and you have to throw this away.
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FWIW the charging adapters for these units are not sold separately despite whatever 3rd party sellers on Amazon will tell you. If you lose the charger or the unit's battery stops holding a charge then you're S.O.L.
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