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Dust Mopping a floor is one of the most important aspects of any floor care program. By frequently
removing dust, dirt and debris from the floor there is much less chance for it to grind away at the surface. Dust also breaks the friction of the floor and can cause a floor to feel slippery. Learning how to properly
dust mop can make a huge improvement on any floor appearance.
Cotton - Traditional, Poor Soil Removal, Requires
Oil Treatment to be at all effective.
Synthetic - Made from plastic fibers, uses static
electricity to grab and hold dirt, No Oil Treatment
Microfiber - Also made of plastic fibers, does not
use oil treatment, very effective and easy to
Keep Your Dust Mops Clean
It is important to remember when dust mopping the
floor, make sure to clean and/or change the mop head
frequently. If a dirty dust mop is being used, the effort
is wasted because of the amount of soil left behind.