A unique combination of polyester and polyamide that easily collects and traps dirt until it is washed. Great for floor areas that require quick and constant clean-up. Perfect for use in health institutions, schools, & nursing homes.
Absorbs up to 7 times its weight in liquid
Can be washed 500+ times without degrading
Hypoallergenic and non-abrasive
Requires a microfiber wet mop wringer bucket
For more information on microfiber, read this handy guide.
Advantages of Color Coded Mops and Cleaning Systems
Color coded mop heads, buckets, and microfiber cloths are ideal for preventing cross-contamination in places where bacteria and germs may be spread easily. These mops are mainly used in food handling facilities, hospitals, schools, and nursing homes.
Utilizing different colors and creating “zone isolation” to help prevent cross contamination is great for use in conjunction with a HACCP compliance program.
Industry Standard Color Coding System
(toilets & urinals)
Low-risk restroom areas
(including sinks and mirrors)
(dusting, window cleaning, and other areas)
Food service areas
Hospitals and other health intuitions demand a clean and safe facility, and by using color coded mops, workers can prevent spreading infections and bacteria between rooms.
A color coded mop system also allows employees and workers to better organize and distinguish among cleaning tasks.
Wet Mop Care and Maintenance
Proper care and maintenance of your wet mop can help it last up to 5 times longer. Plus, you’ll be able to achieve better results.
Clean your mop head thoroughly in warm water before you start mopping every time to make sure that any chemicals previously used are rinsed out. This will help reduce the risk of cross contamination.
Always let the mop wringer rinse the mop. Never twist the wet mop head while it is in the wringer, because this may loosen and weaken the mop strands.
Soak the mop head in hot water for up to 10 minutes after you are finished mopping, and then rinse. This will help keep your mop heads clean and prevent cross contamination.
Never leave a mop in dirty mop water overnight because this can create a breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and mildew and may also weaken the mop fibers.
Hang your mop heads to dry once you have finished washing them as this will help prevent mold from forming.
Launder mop heads that are machine washable on a regular basis, as this will help prevent them from breaking down due to residual chemicals. You should never wash cut end mops, as they are likely to tangle in the wash.
Do not use bleach when washing your microfiber wet mops as this will break down the fibers. Use a mild disinfectant that is suited for mop washing.
Suggestion: Designate a different mop head for each different mop job that you are doing, especially if you are using more than one type of floor cleaner.
Wet Mop Accessories
To ensure safety, organization, and convenience, these mop accessories are great add-ons that help keep your business clean.
Mop buckets let your employees strain and wet mops after they clean a section of your floor.
Wet floor signs give your employees and customers notice when a floor is being cleaned so that they can avoid potential injury.