We are very excited to introduce our new Color-Coded Microfiber Wet Mop Pads. They are available in 4 colors; blue, green, yellow, and red. These mops are great for any application when you need to designate certain mops for certain jobs. For instance, if you’re a cleaning contractor you might want to inform your clients that you use a red microfiber mop in the restroom and a blue microfiber mop to clean the offices. If you’re in charge of environmental services at a hospital you may decide that you want to use red microfiber mops to clean operating rooms, yellow microfiber mops to clean patient rooms, green microfiber mops to clean lobbies and hallways and blue microfiber mops to apply disinfectant. These mops are a great way to prevent cross contamination in any application.
NEW MICROFIBER PRODUCT: COLOR-CODED MICROFIBER WET MOP PAD
One feature of these mops that will attract the cleaning professional is the backing. It features a more heavy duty Velcro ® type hook and loop backing that’s built to hold up to hundreds of industrial washings. The backing doesn’t grip the mop frame as firmly as our other microfiber mop pads; however it’s more than firm enough to get the job done and it will not deteriorate. These pads are also an in-between size at about 19.5 inches so they’ll work great with our 18” Heavy Duty Tools, our 18” Trapezoid Tools as well as our 16” Trapezoid and 16” Economy Tools.
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