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iRobot Scooba 450 Scrubs the Crap off Your Floors

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When my wife and I moved a few months ago one of the reasons we chose out new place was because my wife liked the tile floors throughout the house. I hate tile floors because you have to mop a lot rather than just vacuuming and moving on. If you live in a house where you have to mop a lot and you are tired of doing it, iRobot has a gadget for you.

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iRobot has unveiled a new robot floor cleaner at CES 2014 called the Scooba 450. The robot uses a three-cycle cleaning process that promises consistently clean floor with zero input from you. At least the only input you have to make is to fill the water tank and empty the waste water. The Scooba 450 has the ability to automatically sweep and pre-soak the floor. It then rolls back and scrubs the floor clean with its 600 RPM roller.

The Scooba 450 can be used anywhere you would normally use a mop and bucket. The device has two cleaning options including a 40-minute full clean cycle for up to 300 square feet and a 20-minute cycle for smaller spaces.

You can get the Scooba 450 for $599.99(USD) over on the iRobot website.

 



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