Video Swiffer Sweep and Trap Review

New product news and review. For all you cleaning fanatics, the Swiffer Sweep and Trap is a new convenient way to sweep up heavier messes in your kitchen  – or other hard surfaces – without needing to plug in a heavy vacuum or pull out a broom, dust bin and brush set.

Check out our Video Swiffer Sweep and Trap Review below.

Video Swiffer Sweep and Trap Review

Kenzie, Kyle and I put the Swiffer Sweep and Trap to the test in this product demonstration. Take a peek below and you’ll see this lightweight brook that is powered only by muscle – no electricity or batteries required is ultra easy to use.

Rotating blades pick up the large pieces and store them in a convenient dust bin attached to the broom, while the swiffer cloth at the bottom of the broom grips and grabs the dusty dirty bits.

After watching our video demonstration you can tell that the Swiffer Sweep and Trap truly did clean up quite a big mess in our kitchen. I was seriously surprised how well this Swiffer broom got the job done cleaning up our kitchen! As you can tell the test kit included quite a mess for us to put the Swiffer Sweep and Trap to the test and clearly it passed with flying colors.

The Swiffer Sweep and Trap is available on and in stores for $19.97.

Swiffer Sweep and Trap Product Features

Swiffer Sweep and Trap Review

360-degree swiveling head
No batteries or power necessary
Dirt bin included – easy to remove and clean
Rotating soft blades help pick up larger particles (solids like giant crumbs and even screws in our demo!)
Cloth grippers for easy dry cloth attachment and removal

The Swiffer Sweep and Trap is available on and in stores for $19.97.

What we liked best about the Swiffer Sweep and Trap

The kids were very enthusiastic about testing out this new cleaning tool so definitely one of the best features is just how EASY and LIGHTWEIGHT it is to use. I like there is no charging required compared the electric vacuum style broom I typically use to clean my kitchen crumbs. The dustbin is easy to empty and I was definitely impressed with the large style bits and pieces the rotating blades picked up. And of course, the Swiffer cloths grab the dust. I love Swiffer as doing so many people – they rock for dusting surfaces and all my hardwood floors.

$19.97 is a value price, but needing to buy swiffer cloths to put on the bottom of your broom regularly can be costly compared to just using a vacuum. However, I like using Swiffer cloths on our wood floors as it really cleans the dust and works beautifully on my floors but cost is certainly always a consideration for consumers so it’s worth mentioning in our review.

Swiffer Sweep and Trap

About Colleen Padilla

Colleen Padilla, the founder and editor of lives in the Philly suburbs and is a full time mom for her 2 children, Mackenzie (7) and Kyle (5). Colleen and the Classy Mommy website have been featured on Fox News, Good Morning America, The New York Times, Parenting Magazine, The New York Post, local Philadelphia ABC, CBS, and NBC programs. Colleen has appeared in a TV special about Alpha Moms on South Korea’s NBC affiliate SBS. She also co-authored The Digital Mom Handbook (HarperCollins).

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