Paragon Microfibre Ltd
Microfibre Dry Mops
Microfibre Dry Mops
How good are microfibre dry mops?
Our microfibre dry mops create a static charge, drawing in dust and loose particles, achieving maximum results for 'light cleaning' on floor surfaces. We always recommend dry mop floor surfaces first to reduce the damp mopping required. The dry mop should be used on floors in a figure of 8, ensuring that larger, loose particles get trapped against the face of the mop. Once the dry mop becomes fully soiled, it should be placed in the laundry bag and cleaned.
What are the benefits of microfibre dry mops
- It creates a static charge when wiping, which holds dirt & loose particles until washed.
- Soft material ideal for sensitive surfaces
- Velcro fixing
- Can be laundered over 500 times
- Quick to dry
- Slim, can fit under furniture
Which size best suits your needs
This depends on the surface area you will regularly be cleaning. For small houses or offices etc., we recommend the 32 x 15. For medium size areas, the 52 x 15, and for larger homes, you may require the 69 x 15 cm.
How to use
We have designed our mops for extreme ease of use. Our mop handles have a universal joint which attaches to our bases, and the bottom of the base has velcro strips which allow for easy mop head instalment. The mop heads are more significant than the base to allow good cleaning into the area where skirting meets flooring. Mopping should be carried out in a figure of 8 to ensure collected waste is on the leading edge of the mop.
How to care for microfibre dry mops
We recommend washing our mops at around 40 degrees Celsius. We make our mops of the highest quality fabrics, which allows washing up to 95 degrees Celsius. However, shrinkage will occur in the initial few washes, up to 5%. Also, our mops can be tumbled-dried, which can be beneficial as it opens the fibres. Finally, unlike most microfibre mops, our threads will not burn at high temperatures.
Please do not use any fabric softeners/conditions when washing our products. Fabric softeners/conditions will leave a coating on fabrics, preventing the microfibres from working efficiently.
Lint-free microfibre mops
There's nothing worse than cleaning with a microfibre mop that leaves fabric lints everywhere. The cause of this is poor manufacturing. Microfibre fabric requires 'splitting', which breaks down the fibres allowing the material to become soft, delicate and absorbent. However, when the machinery & caustic soda splits the thread too much, the material will slowly break down and lint. We work with the highest graded machinery to ensure this does not happen with ours.
Microfibre Dry Mops
Automotive, Comercial Cleaning, and Industrial Cleaning
Flooring and Drying
- Use a non-biological detergent that does not contain optical brighteners, bleaching agents or enzymes
- Do not use fabric conditioner. There is no need and it can reduce the breathability and absorbency
- Cold or cool wash at a maximum of 30 deg C on a gentle cycle
- Wash dark colours separately for the first few washes as some colour leaching can occur
- With modern detergents there is no need to wash at high temperatures, and cool washing saves energy, and money. If washed at high temperatures, shrinkage will occur
- Do not soak
- Do not use bleach – it is harmful to the environment too
- Line dry or tumble dry
Microfibre can be washed at high temperatures where necessary, such as in healthcare situations. When washed at high temperatures some shrinkage will occur
Returns & Refunds
Orders can only be cancelled before the goods are dispatched.
If the product you wish to return is unopened, in its original packaging and in the same condition that it left us then we will assess it on receipt and if it meets our strict criteria then we will issue a refund. Carriage charges will not be refunded.
Any goods returned must be done so at your own cost.
If a product is faulty then please send a photo of the defective item. We will then decide on the action to be taken. We may request the item is returned to us. If the item is not faulty or defective when it is returned to us then you may be liable to cover the cost of re-delivering to you. If we find that the item is faulty then we will replace it.
All measurements shown for microfibre products have a tolerance of + or – 5%.
Shortages/ Incorrect Products
We must be notified of any shortages or discrepancies within 48 hours of delivery. We take no responsibility for any shortages or discrepancies notified after this time. If your parcel arrives damaged, please note it with the courier or reject the delivery. If the box is damaged we accept no responsibility if items are missing and you have accepted delivery.
Please ensure you inspect your order closely when you receive it.
We aim to despatch all goods within 24 hours, however, this is not guaranteed. We send our products with Parcelforce on a next working day service to addresses within the UK.
All orders being delivered to addresses outside of the UK are sent Via DHL. If you have any questions or problems with your delivery, please visit the relevant web site. They will keep you updated with time and date of your delivery via text or email, this is why this information is essential when ordering.
Your tracking details will be on the confirmation email or text that you receive from the courier.
Custom duties will apply to any goods ordered from us to be delivered to your country of your choosing outside of the UK. By accepting these terms and conditions of your order you accept to pay any fees due on the goods that are instigated by your country or any countries that the goods have travelled through before arriving at their final destination. We will not offer any refund or accept any refused orders.
We ship to the UK Mainland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands, Scottish Islands, Ireland and International.
Paragon Microfibre Ltd is a major manufacturer and distributor of ultra microfibre products. We have been specialists in this market for over 25 years now in the UK and have a wealth of experience and product knowledge in this specialised area.
Over the years we have increased our product range as new technologies and manufacturing processes became available. We specialise in these products and have a deep product knowledge that is well known within the industry. The fact that we specialise enables us to keep up to date with the wants and needs of a very broad spectrum of customers. We have a clear understanding of what is important to the end user in the quality they expect and the price they want to pay.