How to Replace the Head on a Mr. Clean Mop

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Mr. Clean is a company that has produced and sold cleaning products since the late 1950s. Some of the products marketed by this company are mops. The types of mops made by the Mr. Clean company are the Magic Eraser Butterfly Mop, the Magic Eraser Roller Mop, the Cellulose Butterfly Mop with Scrub Brush, the Heavy Duty Roller Mop and the Super Mop with Scrubber Pad. You can easily replace the heads on these mops when the old heads become worn.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop and Mr. Clean Cellulose Butterfly Mop With Scrub Brush

  • Unscrew the wing nuts and remove the old sponge.

  • Slide the screws out from the mop's paddle (the area where the head goes).

  • Slide the screws into the slots on the new mop head.

  • Align the screws with the holes on the paddle and screw the wing nuts back onto the screws to secure them in place.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Roller Mop and Mr. Clean Heavy Duty Roller Mop

  • Push the lever that wrings the mop downward toward the mop's head to release the roller sponge.

  • Slide the sponge sideways to remove it from the metal channel.

  • Align the grooves between the new sponge roller head and the metal channel and slide it into place.

  • Pull the wringer lever back up to lock the head into place.

Mr. Clean Super Mop with Scrubber Pad

  • Stand the mop on end with the head facing upward and grasp the C pin located underneath the material of the mop's head. Push on the pointed end of the pin while pulling the curved area of the pin in order to remove it.

  • Grasp the black mop connector and lift it upward. Pull the grip downward to finish loosening the mop head, and slide the mop assembly downward over the grips and free from the mop handle.

  • Insert the handle end of the mop through the hole in the new mop head and pull the new head up the stick and over the grips.

  • Return the black mop head connector to its place at the head end of the handle and push the C pin back into its hole until it snaps into place.

  • Pull the bottom end of the mop head (the end nearest the stick) around the end of the twist grip.

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