a huge variety in mop heads, so the following information should
help you choose the right mop for you.
you know that certain yarns are designed for specific tasks?
By selecting the proper yarn, you'll be able to achieve maximum
mop heads offer good absorption and are good
for general use.
are durable. Most are colorized, which helps to keep mops separate
if they're used for different purposes. Good for contractors
who have a lot of hard floor accounts.
mop heads fight bacteria, mold and mildew, and also
offer superior strength. The disadvantage is that they're more
expensive and not as absorbent. Good for clean rooms and rough
offer quick absorption and dry quickly. They're also mildew
resistant and don't leave as much lint as cotton mop heads.
The disadvantage is they have less liquid retention. Good for
applying floor finishes and disinfectants.
Mop Heads are pretty popular because they're the least
expensive type of mop head. However, because the ends are cut,
they tend to leave lint, fray and unravel with each use. Plus
you can't launder them, which means you'll be replacing your mop
heads more often.
Mop Heads are more efficient because they stand up to
heavy use, don't fray or tangle, and leave little or no lint.
You can launder loop-end mop heads so they'll last much longer.
They're more expensive initially, but will save you money in the
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