What makes a good mop?

A great mop is made with a unique blend of special yarns that last. They maintain high absorbency while withstanding commercial laundering. Great mops have high resistance to chemicals and disinfectants. The also accept abrasion and don’t break down in the presence of uneven surfaces. Laundering of mops began some time back in the 70s when someone decided to throw a wet mop in their washing machine and they ended up with big mess that was reminiscent of Doc Brown’s hair in Back to the Future. Looped end mops if made with the right yarn can be laundered dozens of times and save hundreds of dollars. Not to mention give better cleaning results. Super Loopers are our favorite by a landslide.



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