Microfiber Mop Pads
Sweeping and mopping are great ways to clean your non-carpeted floors, but are you really getting them their cleanest? Microfiber Mop Pads were designed not only to pick up dust and dirt, but to also work as wet dusting mop pads. You’ll be sure you’ve got all the dust and hair from the floors when you’re done!
If you’ve owned an indoor pet, you know how much hair can be everywhere in a matter of seconds. Somehow you never manage to get it all, especially off the floor. Sweeping only moves the fibers and stirs up the dust. The microfiber fabric on these mop pads has a static charge that traps it all to the cloth instead of leaving it behind. These pads are 100% microfiber and 3mm plush foam padded.
Here’s some of the maintenance and pad cleaning tips you need to know:
- Do not iron
- Do not dry with other materials
- Drip dry or tumble dry on low
- Do not use fabric softener
- Avoid using bleach
Laundry products like fabric softener and bleach can degrade the quality of the microfiber fabric and cause it to lose the static charge that makes these mop pads work. The 18” 2-pack of dusters are perfect to keep one for dry dusting your floors and the other for wet mopping. It’s not recommended to use a harsh chemical cleaner with these pads because water is enough to do the trick. Don’t worry about scratching your floors or leaving behind a ton of water. These microfiber pads are super absorbent and fit on most standard wet mops and dusters.
Get your sterile clean surface in a hypoallergenic way by purchasing a package or two of Microfiber Mop Pads from Amazon. It’s a greener cleaning solution for your family that’s better for your health. Find out more about Turkey Creek Essentials by following them on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
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