Mint, the Roomba for Dirty Floors

Mint, the Roomba for Dirty Floors

Anthony Nguyen
Apr 23, 2010

We're used to Swiffer-ing our hardwood floors a few times a week due to our combative nature with dust, but it seems like Mint, a robotic mop reminiscent to our now deceased Roomba, that goes around with a dry cloth, cleaning up all that nasty dust, dirt, and hair that constantly builds up over time.

[Apologies to chikizz -- unnecessary librarian comment retracted!]

When in "mop mode," Mint uses a special cleaning motion to dissolve and wipe deeper dirt and grime, leaving floors shiny, fresh and clean. Mint's compact design also allows it to clean into tight spaces, between chair legs, under furniture and everywhere in between.

But what's a shiny new robot without a video? Here's the Mint Cleaner in action:

Look interesting? Oh, hells yeah! Expect the Mint Cleaner to hit the streets later this Summer. You can place pre-orders right now on their website.

[Via Mint]

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