- Description Loop end mops last longer than traditional string mops because they are more durable and less likely to unravel, and the looped ends create a greater surface area for cleaning. Constructed with a cotton and rayon blend, the Pro Loop is ideal for either washing or finishing floors. The looped-end design and tailband helps increase productivity. You can expect to clean a wider floor coverage in half the time. The design will not tangle and when compared to traditional string mops, and it is more suitable for laundering.
- Looped end provides greater surface area for more efficient cleaning
- Up to 8 times the lifespan of conventional string mops
- Eliminates tangling and fraying
- High absorption, rapid pickup, and wrings out easily
- Cuts down on cleaning time and labour
- Ideal for commercial and industrial cleaning
- Covers large floor areas in half the time
- Effective for washing floors with neutral floor cleaners, or applying finish
- Blended yarn for superior performance, long life, and good durability
- For routine and restorative floor care
- Product Tips
- 1Always hang your mop in a tool holder to help prevent marks and damage to walls.
- 2Rinse and wring out mop after each use and hang in a well-ventilated area to air dry and help prevent mildew.
- 3Discard and replace worn mop heads to reduce cleaning time.
- 4Strong cleaning solutions (bleach, caustics, etc) can be break strands shortening the life of your mop.
- 5Cutting-in will eliminate splashing walls and baseboards which will have to wiped by hand, an extra step.
- 6If using mop to apply finish, line mop bucket with garbage bag to save clean-up time.
- 7Wet mop with water and wring out completely so it will not absorb too much finish.
Always place wet floor signs in appropriate areas.
1. Always mop floor edges and corners keeping mop parallel to the wall.
2. This controls dirty build-up in corners and along edges.
3. It also eliminates splashing walls and baseboards that will then require hand wiping, an extra step.
1. Always “cut-in” first.
2. Mop floor area using a figure 8 pattern.
3. Be sure to overlap each pass.
4. Keep the heel of the mop to the floor.
5. Use both sides of the mop. To turn over, keep the mop on the floor and gently roll over to avoid splashing walls and baseboards.
6. Swing mop from side to side using shoulder muscles. Hand and arm muscles will guide the mop.
1. Line mop bucket with garbage bag for faster clean-up.
2. Place appropriate amount of finish in bucket to do the job.
3. Immerse mop and wring slightly (mop should not be dripping). Wring slowly to prevent foam.
4. “Cut-in” along edges of a small area. Fill in area with a figure 8 pattern.
5. On the first coat, keep 6” away from the walls.
6. The second coat should be applied to the edge of the floor to eliminate lap marks.
7. Continue to the next small area. “Cut-in” and fill in work into the still damp finish of previous area to avoid lap marks.
More Information SKU 1008 Case Quantity 1