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Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop

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  • This floor duster mop is made of high quality material for long time use
  • Absorbent natural cellulose sponge is extremely absorbent and durable and leaves floor drier
  • Removable metal handle for easy storage
  • Keep your home neatly dusted from top to bottom with this best floor mop
  • Cleaning floor mop set can use repeated, easy to use
  • This floor duster mop is made of high quality material for long time use
  • Special design is strong and durable
  • A good helper to clean your house
  • This floor duster mop will be best choice for your home
  • Color: Red 
  • Material: Stainless Steel & ABS & Fibre
  • Mophead Width: 11cm / 4.3in
  • Mophead Length: 40cm / 15.7in
  • Height: 70-125cm / 27.6-49.2in


Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop

Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop

Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop

  • This floor duster mop is easy to operate. It will give you a clean room. Best choice for you

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Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop

How to Mop a Floor?

  • Sweep or vacuum the floor clean of dust and dirt.
  • Sweep or vacuum a second time. Make sure there is no debris.
  • Fill a bucket with hot water.
  • Add a small amount of detergent, ammonia or floor cleaner to the water; the directions on the container should tell you how much to use.
  • Dip your mop in the bucket.
  • Wring out the mop using your hands or, depending on the type of mop you are using, with a lever near the mop head.
  • Scrub the floor in straight lines if you're using a sponge mop. If using a rag mop, swirl the mop head in figure-eight shapes. Push the mop vigorously to remove stains or spots on the floor.
  • Rinse and wring the mop out in a sink or the bucket occasionally, and continue mopping.
  • Let the floor dry before walking on it.

How to Clean a Mop?

Mopping with a dirty mop simply moves the dirt around, and your floor never really gets clean. Keeping a mop--and your floor--clean is easy if you follow these steps.

  • Choose Your Weapon
  • Examine your floor. Is the entire floor dirty, greasy or grimy? Is there a sticky residue? Or does the floor need only a light going-over to remove dust and germs?
  • Choose a mop with disposable pads and onboard cleaner to tackle light jobs.
  • Go for a string mop with a removable head for tougher jobs, and look for a good wringing system. A 360-degree twist is best.
  • Try a self-wringing sponge mop with a scrubber strip for an all-purpose choice and for sticky residue.
  • Clean a String Mop
  • Keep the rinse water clean. Refill your bucket as necessary, or rinse the mop under water in a sink, bathtub or shower.
  • Wring the mop head thoroughly while cleaning the floor, and get as much water out of it as possible when finished.
  • Remove the mop head and run it through your washer's delicate cycle after each mopping. Add chlorine or oxygen bleach to disinfect and whiten. Avoid using fabric softener because it will diminish the mop head's absorbency.
  • Dry the mop head in the dryer without a fabric softener or dryer sheet, which will make the mop less absorbent. You can also line dry the mop in the sun.
  • Clean a Sponge Mop
  • Change the rinse water often; don't let the water get gray. Better yet, rinse the mop head under running water.
  • Fill the rinse bucket, sink or bathtub with warm, soapy water. Then rinse the mop head and wring thoroughly. Stay away from bleach, which will eat away the sponge.
  • Store with the mop head up, which shortens drying time and prevents mold and mildew.
  • Remove any hair or particles stuck to the mop head with a lint roller after the mop is dry.
  • Clean Disposable Mop Pads
  • Replace mop pads frequently.
  • Plan on using three pads for a 15-foot by 15-foot room.
  • Use several squirts of cleaner for every 3-foot by 3-foot area.
  • Store the mop without a dirty pad attached to avoid marking your storage area floor or wall.

Package Included:

  • 1 x Floor Dry & Wet Flat Mop