Mopping… we've all done it. Starting as a childhood chore and progressing to a personal or even a professional responsibility. Yet, despite its constant presence, mopping remains one of the most fundamentally misunderstood tasks in the cleaning world.
Too often, cleaners, in their frustration, point fingers at their soap, blaming it for their streaky, sticky results. But the true culprits often lie in their own hands, their mop, and how they misuse it.
Most people, even experienced cleaners, believe the same misconception that cleaning is the act of applying soapy water to surfaces. In truth, cleaning is all about removing dirt-filled water from the surface.
If you're not effectively removing the dirt, you're merely smearing it around. Far too many well-meaning cleaners have wasted years focused on the wrong side of the equation and have the dingy floors to prove it!
Today, we'll demystify the world of mopping, explaining exactly which mopping mediums are the most effective, breaking down the myriad of mop options available, and teaching you step-by-step professional mopping techniques guaranteed to leave any floor sparkling.