The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop looks exactly like the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser except it is much larger and of course there is a long stick attached to it. The floor mop comes almost assembled; you just need to attach the sponge to the mop head.
At first notice the mop sponge looks very large. I was disappointed to find that there is quite a bit of padding attached to the mop sponge. While I am sure that this padding is necessary I would really have liked to have a little more sponge because it deteriorates quite quickly.
The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop like the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser needs to be rinsed out with water when it becomes soiled. Normally this would not be a big deal, but the mop head is so wide that it does not fit well into a conventional sized mop bucket, meaning that instead of being able to wash my mop head out in the room that I am currently working, I have to walk back and forth to the kitchen sink to rinse out my mop head.
The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop does a good job for surface floor cleaning but that's it. If you need a deep clean then you are better off using an old fashion sponge mop or the hands and knees approach. I live in military housing, the floors are old and the people who have lived in our home before us apparently did not keep care of the floors. If your floors are in very poor condition then the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop may not be for you.