Cleaning your mop head is important because you want to keep your bacteria and mold from spreading and your mop is an essential part of keeping those things away. Attach a mop head the right way with help from a cleaning professional in this free video clip.
Promoted By Zergnet
Hi, I'm Teresa Ward from Teresa's Family Cleaning and I will be demonstrating how to attach a mop head. Cleaning your mop head is important because you want to keep your bacteria and mold from spreading and well, let's face it, your mop is an essential part of keeping those things away. There are two types of mop heads we will change. So depending upon which one you will be using, this is what you will need, eight ounce, 46 inch mop handle, two cotton cut in mop heads or eight ounce, 46 inch wet/dry mop handle, two microfiber wet/dry mop heads. It is important to have at least two mop heads so you can have one to use while the other one is washing and having a back up is always well advised. Now as far as the cotton mop head, as you can see, this is gross, yuck, and needs to be changed. You should always clean between each use so that you are not spreading germs over and over again. So we turn to the mop head side up and then screw, then you can replace by screwing on the new mop head and make sure you clasp it. Securely you can wash the used mop head in a small hot wash cycle using a quarter cup of baking soda and a half a cup of white vinegar. Then air dry. As for the microfiber cloth, wet/dry mop, what I love most about these is they are mostly velcro. So all you do is turn head side up, peel off and replace with another microfiber mop head. Pretty simple. I hope you have enjoyed our time together.