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Tips for Maintaining and Buying a House Mop

Tips for Maintaining and Buying a House Mop

If you don't pay attention to cleaning, the mop can become a breeding ground for some microorganisms and disease-causing bacteria. When using a house mop, you are most exposed to the organic components of the ground, which are used by fungi and bacteria. Microorganisms and bacteria such as molds, fungi, Candida and dust mites can grow rapidly when they are exposed to humidity for long periods of time. When using it later, not only can it not clean the ground, but it is more likely to cause the spread of bacteria and cause diseases such as respiratory tract, intestinal tract and allergic dermatitis.

Whether the mop head is made of cotton, cotton thread, collodion, microfiber, etc., as long as it is not thoroughly cleaned and dried, it is easy to breed harmful substances. Therefore, the first principle of choosing a house mop is to see whether it is easy to clean and dry. For mops used daily in the family, frequent disinfection is not recommended. Disinfection with disinfectant can easily cause unnecessary environmental pollution. And a disinfectant like potassium permanganate solution, which has its own color, is very water-intensive to clean after soaking. It is recommended that after each use of the mop, carefully wash it with clean water, put on gloves, wring the mop dry, and then spread out the head to dry. If you can, it is best to put it in a ventilated and well-lit place, making full use of the sun's ultraviolet rays for physical sterilization. If there is no balcony, or it is inconvenient to dry, it is best to move the mop to a dry and ventilated room when it is still dry, and then put it back in the bathroom after drying.

1. Maintenance of house mops

(1) After use, it must be carefully scrubbed and wrung out and placed in a ventilated place to avoid odor or odor.

(2) When the home cleaning mop has an odor, diluted bleach can be used to clean the mop.

(3) When there is hair on the mop, you can use a brush to help remove it or wait for it to dry and then stick it off with tape.

(4) Mops made of finer fabrics are not suitable for heavy grease stains, and have no good economic benefits.

(5) In order to keep the house clean and hygienic, it is recommended to replace the mop head, such as chenille dry mop pad every two to three months.

(6) When used with detergent, the amount should not be too much, otherwise it will be easy to remain and affect the service life of the mop.

2. Tips for buying a house mop

(1) The lever handle is easy to handle, not easy to fall off and rotate.

(2) The water absorption of the mop cloth surface is good.

(3) The material of the mop does not shed crumbs.

(4) The mop is easy to wring dry and does not consume effort.

(5) The mop is easy to clean and does not adhere to dirt.

(6) Mops with different functions can be selected according to different needs. For example, if the gap under the furniture is small, a flat-type house mop with reusable pads can be selected (the mop cloth can be removed for cleaning, such as a dust holder).

(7) Storage at home without occupying space: when the space area is small, choose a composite mop with a mopping function at the same time.

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