Microfiber Cleaning Solutions

Microfiber Mops, Mop Heads, Frames and Buckets

Are your mops and wipes dirtier than what you are cleaning? Your mops could simply be moving dirt and bacteria around, which isn’t helping your overall infection prevention efforts.

Whether it's entrances or floors, cover your basics with a microfiber wet mop; lightweight and highly absorbent. Rely on a premium microfiber mop that can be used both as a dust mop, wet mop, or damp duster to keep airborne particles down. Additionally, minimize dirt brought in with entrance mats.

Solutions for a discernibly spotless environment:
• Microfiber mops and bucket
• Microfiber towels

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  • Microfiber Mop Frame
    This aluminum mop frame comes with a rotating swivel head for multidirectional movement that can be locked in place.
  • Microfiber Wet Mop
    These lightweight and highly-absorbent wet mops have a canvas back for durability and fit standard mop handles.
  • Microfiber Wet Mop Head
    This two-in-one mop can be used as both a dust mop and a wet mop, or a "damp duster" that keeps airborne particles down. Assembled with double-layered construction, it features an outer layer of 100% twisted microfiber design and made of a combination of 100% polyester and 80% polyester/20% polyimide fibers. The inner layer is made of high-density foam for increased absorption.
  • Microfiber Mop Bucket
    Featuring high-quality plastic construction, this durable microfiber mop bucket can hold up to 20 microfiber mop heads at a time.

Advantages of microfiber:

  1. Microfiber actually traps dirt – the polyester and nylon fibers create a net-like surface optimal for trapping moisture, dirt and debris. The nylon makes a static charge that attracts and captures dirt until the cloth is washed.
  2. Microfiber cleans more effectively by reaching into all crevices and surface pores.
  3. Microfiber lasts – as opposed to cotton, which gets worn.
  4. Microfiber mops weigh significantly less than wet cotton – which ultimately reduces the risk of injury.
  5. Microfiber mops use about 10-20 times less water than conventional cotton mops.