- Includes one (1) Deep Clean Mop Head - 5.25"x17.5"
- Fits e-cloth Deep Clean Mop and AquaSpray Deep Clean Mop
- e-cloth fiber technology penetrates and removes dirt, grease, oil, grime, and proven to remove over 99% of bacteria (including e-coli and listeria) from hard surfaces with just water
- True Chemical-free cleaning
- Guaranteed for 300 machine washings
Where to Use: All Floor Cleaning – vinyl, laminate, stone, ceramic, tile, hardwood, linoleum, concrete
With a Deep Clean Mop, floor cleaning is healthy cleaning - removes over 99% of bacteria with just water - nothing left behind to endanger your children or your pets
By using e-cloth products you take no chances. No toxins. No fumes. No allergic reactions. Using just water, the e-cloth Damp Mop Head uses modern fiber technology to penetrate and remove dirt, grease, oil, grime and bacteria from all floor surfaces. The mop head holds water without dripping, and cleans leaving only a light layer of water that quickly dries. Easier, faster floor cleaning – having far more cleaning fibers per square inch than common mop heads, e-cloth removes more grime with each swipe, so floor cleaning is also faster and easier. The e-cloth mop heads can be machine-washed over-and-over while still maintaining their cleaning performance (up to 300 machine-washings!)
How to use Deep Clean Mop
Wet mop head under a faucet and wring out excess water. Place mop head on floor, velcro side up, and attach the mop head to the base of the mop. During use, the mop head may be rinsed and refitted.
Caring for Your Deep Clean Mop Head
A warm rinse is often enough for day-to-day use.
To ensure your e-cloths perform at their best, we recommend machine washing. With certain new detergents, you can wash on Medium heat, however for best results with normal detergents, wash on Hot. If the cloth loses performance, it may be boiled in a saucepan.
Use only a small amount of detergent and rinse well. Tumble or hang dry.
DO NOT use bleach or fabric softener. Bleach breaks down the fibers and fabric softeners will block the fibers. If fabric softener is used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.