The Smart Mop is a twist mop that is primarily advertised though infomercials. It is made of three detachable aluminum poles and has a wring action feature. The cleaning head can be removed and washed, and the infomercial advertises that it can hold up to 10 times its weight in liquid. The mop will need to be assembled once it is delivered, and the mop head will need to be reassembled every time it is replaced or removed for washing.
Things You'll Need
- Smart Mop upper handle
- Smart Mop middle pole
- Smart Mop lower mop head
Putting the Smart Mop Together
Lay the three pieces of the mop out on the floor in the order that they will be assembled: upper handle, middle pole, and lower mop head.
Insert the upper handle into the middle pole. Twist the pole until you hear the lock snap into place.
Push the other end of the middle pole into the lower mop head and twist it until you hear the lock snap into place.
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