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No Need to Wring Dry with Both Hands
WAHT TO EXPECT
360° Rotating Mop Head
Wet and Dry Cleaning
Strong Water Absorption
The 360° rotatable head along with the X-shaped design makes it easy to maneuver around hard-to-reach areas.
Washable and absorb water quickly, remove hair and oil stains easily. Use wet for deep cleaning or use dry for removing dust.
Imtation of Artificial
Ergonomically designed, you can freely control the length of the rod.
Stainless Steel Rod
High quality 304 stainless steel rod ensure not broken during use.
Hands Free Operation
By simply pushing down the pole, you can wring the water and dirt out in seconds, washing and drying will be completed at the same time.
The mop rod and mop pads are detachable for a thorough cleaning. Assembly is easy which only takes you a few minutes.
STRONG WATER ABSORPTION
The Power of Microfiber
Bits of paper
DETACHABLE TO EXCHANGE
Resuable Mop Pad
Why Choose Us?
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Does this wringing system really work? And not leaving mop head too wet?
When you pull and push wringing system to make 4 active heads together. the mop will become very dry.
Are this pads machine washable?
Of course, the X-type flat floor mop pads are machine washable.
Where can I get extra replacement mop pads?
If you like it, you could purchase from our shop and we could offer it to you though the email.
How many times can you wash the mop pad?
I’m still on my same pad. I just rinse it well before I put the mop away. After about 8-10 uses I throw it in the machine.
How do the flat mop pads stay on?
There is a loop in the center on the bottom of the pad that connects onto the mop head. Then each corner has another loop that hooks onto the mop head. When it is put on correctly, it does not come off until you are ready to take it off.
How dry does the wringing action get the mop head? I’m wondering if hardwood floors could be damp mopped with this.
The longer you hold the wring, the dryer it gets. I would say yes it would be fine for hardwood floors.
How wide is the head (in inches)? Just wondering if I’ll need a bigger bucket too...
Fully extended it won’t fit in a normal bucket but you can collapse it partial way to make it fit.