Our Microfibre Damp Mops are made from a mix of ultra fine microfibre that will achieve maximum results. These mops are well known in the cleaning industry for their excellent performance and durability. This range of mops is used daily by some of our customers for cleaning airports, railway stations, trains, hospitals and schools.
To ensure you get the correct mops and bases as a set please select:
Small mops for Small bases
Medium mops for Medium bases
Large mops for Large bases
The mops are larger than the base to allow good cleaning into the area where skirting meets flooring.
Mopping should be carried out in a figure of 8 movement to ensure collected waste is on the leading edge of the mop.
The mops have a full size Velcro backing for good adhesion to our mop bases. The mop has a sponge core to allow the retention of moisture the mop to allow a larger area to be cleaned. The medium mop will effectively clean around 10m2.
We highly recommend that instead of rinsing or ringing mops out as you clean, which is time consuming, and not exactly hygienic, that a clean mop is used each time and then all are laundered in a machine to obtain the best possible results. As the mops will launder over 500 times the cost of additional mops is not great if you factor in the cost of a wringer/bucket and the labour required for this out dated method of mopping.
All hard surfaces including, plastic, aluminium, wood, laminate, ceramics, tiling, stainless steel, glass, Perspex, paintwork, vinyl etc.
These warp knitted high polyamide content mops ensure almost no surface damage as the splitting process produces a very soft material ideal for use on sensitive surfaces. The high polyamide content improves the cleaning effect over lower priced products.
We recommend that these mops are laundered at a low temperature around 40 Deg C to save energy. They can be laundered at higher temperatures up to 95 Deg C however, some shrinkage will occur in the initial few washes, > 5%.
Can be laundered over 500 times.
Can be tumble dried, in fact it is beneficial as it ‘opens’ the fibres up.
Fabric softener can be used, however, this will reduce the cloths effectiveness when used dry.