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Rubbermaid
$24.80
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGE05200WH00 Commercial Looped Fringe Rayon/Synthetic Finish Mop Head Replacement, White. Delivers 200-300-s...quare-feet of coverage with a single mop load of finish. read more

Rubbermaid
$11.60
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGC15106BL00 Commercial Swinger Loop Wet Mop, Small, Yellow Headband, Blue. Headband is a PVC-coated mesh th...at resists moisture retention and chemicals. Looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. Headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas. Color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas. read more

Rubbermaid
$18.60
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGC15306BL00 Commercial Swinger Loop Wet Mop, Large, Red Headband, Blue. Looped ends and woven tailband redu...ce tangling and fraying for better performance. Color-coded blue for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas. Looped ends and woven tailband reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. read more

Rubbermaid
$37.68
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGGO4204WH00 Commercial 8-Ounce Cotton Mop and Handle Combination, White. Includes blue wooden 46-inch handl...e with a plastic loop on the end for hanging. Includes an 8-ounce white cotton cut-end mop head Includes blue wooden 46-inch handle with a plastic loop on the end for hanging. Can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. read more

O-Cedar Commercial
$18.37
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9" Maxi Scrub Sponge Mop natural cellulose sponge is extremely absorbent, durable and leaves floors drier. Scrubber strip removes ...stubborn dirt. read more

Haan
$449.95 $499.95
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Complete Kills 99.9 Percent/ Canister Design/ 900 Ml/30 Fluid Oz. Tank Capacity/ Storage Compartment/ Steam Trigger And Steam Lock... Switch/ Steam Indicator Lights/ Red and Grey Finish read more

Abt
Rubbermaid
$8.20-$11.80
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<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid universal headband blue blend mop has a blend of blue post-industrial cotton and synthetic f...ibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with looped ends to reduce fraying for better performance and launderability than cut-end mops. This mop head has a universal headband for use with clamp style or side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The woven headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$6.60-$10.40
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid universal headband cotton mop has economical post-industrial cotton yarn with looped ends to... reduce fraying for better performance and launderability than cut-end mops, and a universal headband for use with clamp style or side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The woven headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$9.00-$15.20
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid universal headband rayon mop has rayon fibers for higher absorbency, less linting, and more ...launderings than cotton mops, and looped ends to reduce fraying for better performance and launderability than cut-end mops. It has a universal headband for use with clamp style or side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The woven headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for general purpose or floor finish applications in commercial and industrial environments.</p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.20-$12.00
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<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid premium bolt-on cut-end cotton mop has economical 4-ply post-industrial cotton yarn with bol...t-on banding for attachment to threaded mop handles (sold separately). This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

RUBBERMAID COMMERCIAL PROD.
$13.70 $16.84
at Shoplet.com

RUBBERMAID COMMERCIAL PROD. RCP1791793 Durable up to 1,000 launderings. Bleach-safe. Serrated edge effectively cleans larger debri...s. Head Type: Microfiber Application: Floors Mop Head Style: Microfiber. read more

Rubbermaid

Ideal for health care applications and for general-purpose dust mopping. Looped-end design traps more dust and won't fray, unravel... or lint. Pretreated, preshrunk, launderable. Envelope style backing. Handle/frame sold separately. read more

Rubbermaid
$13.72
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGH416000000 Wet Mop Handle, Stirrup, Hardwood with Steel Head, 60-inch. Floor mop head is manufactured of l...ong-lasting galvanized steel. Clamps mops securely. Hardwood handle is sturdy and long-lasting. Stirrup style connection for use with wet mops with 1-inch headbands (sold separately). 65 inches long by 2.25 inches wide by 2.167 inches high. 2.416 pounds. Made in the USA. read more

Rubbermaid
$26.60
at Amazon

Rubbermaid microfiber tube mop. Microfiber performance: engineered with continuous filament bi-component Microfiber yarn for super...ior cleaning efficacy, superior absorbency and release characteristics. Twice the cleaning power versus a standard cotton mop. Extended life: triple the durability of standard blend mops. Lasts 200+ launderings. Improved headband and tailband construction allows these advanced products to withstand three times the laundry cycles at 200F with the same detergents (including bleach). Improved productivity and safety: faster drying floors, superior absorbency and release characteristics result in both productivity gains and lower operating costs. Striped tube design reduces drag and for improved user comfort. Cleans 54 percent faster than a standard cotton mop. Improved scrubbing power: extra aggressive and highly durable PVC mesh headband allows for faster and easier scrubbing of marred floors for improved productivity and cleaning performance. Compatible With standard wet mop tools: requires no adapters or new flat-mopping handles or frames, allowing consumers to reduce capital investment. Size: 1-inch headband. Large and green color. read more

Rubbermaid
$21.00
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Rubbermaid Commercial FGQ41600BL00 18-Inch Single-Sided HYGEN Microfiber High Absorbency Mop, Blue. Blue nylon/polyester-blend spl...it microfiber mop head for use with Rubbermaid FGQ56000. Absorbs 24-ounces of liquid and withstands more than 500 launderings (200 with bleach). This mop is suitable for commercial and industrial applications. This mop head can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Dimensions: 20.7 inches long by 5.7 inches wide by 0.5 inches high. 0.55 pounds. Imported. read more

Rubbermaid
$28.28
at Amazon

Rubbermaid Commercial 1863893 Executive Series HYGEN Multi-Purpose Microfiber Dry Flat Mop Pad, 18-inch, Single-Sided. Best-in-cla...ss HYGEN microfiber mop pad offers streak-free cleaning 45% better than string mops and 25% better than conventional microfiber. Microfiber mop pad is bleach-safe and durable to withstand 100 launderings without compromising performance. Proven to remove 99.9% of microbes to provide a safer, cleaner environment for guests and employees. Hook-and-loop pads attach securely to frame but replace easily. Switch quickly to double-sided pad (1863894). Pad surface best for dusting and dry mopping applications. Quick-Connect system lets you easily use this with any of our Pulse spray mop systems, and switch quickly from single-sided to double sided pads. Color-coded tabs help reduce cross-contamination by differentiating areas of use throughout a property. Lightweight aluminum construction improves ergonomics and productivity. read more

Rubbermaid
$11.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. Red cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in high-risk areas such as toilets and urinals as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$172.12
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Commercial 1863885 Executive series Pulse microfiber spray mop system is made of aluminum, ha...s a double-sided mop frame, and can be used with a Rubbermaid Commercial microfiber mop (sold separately) for mopping floors. Aluminum weighs less than steel and resists rust and corrosion. The double-sided mop frame can be fitted with a Rubbermaid Commercial 1863887 microfiber mop (sold separately) for wet-mopping on one side and sweeping dirt or debris on the other, or with a Rubbermaid Commercial 1863886 microfiber mop (sold separately) for wet-mopping on both sides. A trigger on the handle can be squeezed to dispense three streams of cleaning solution. The mop system's reservoir can hold 21 oz. of solution to clean up to 850 sq. ft. of surface area. A quick-connect attachment allows the mop frame to be used with a Rubbermaid Commercial 1863882 or 1863883 telescoping handle (each sold separately), or the handle to be used with a Rubbermaid Commercial 1863893 single-sided frame (sold separately). The mop system weighs 4 lb. when filled with solution. It measures 54.8 x 5.2 x 3.2 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) The mop frame is 16" wide.</p><p>Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC.</p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$21.60
at Amazon

Rubbermaid Commercial FGA15306BL00 Web Foot Cotton and Synthetic Fibers Wet Mop, Blue. Web Foot wet mops contain antimicrobial pro...duct protection, which inhibits the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. The unchallenged leader in washable wet mops, it is ideal for kitchens and hospitals. Its looped-end, open-twist yarn reduces lint and tailband allows the mop to cover more floor area per stroke. 5.5 inches long by 7 inches wide by 3 inches high. 1.437 pounds. Made in the USA. read more

Rubbermaid
$153.60
at Amazon

Rubbermaid Commercial FGA81306GR00 Web Foot Microfiber String Mop, 1-Inch Size, Green. The Web Foot Microfiber string mop has cont...inuous filament bi-component Microfiber yarn that cleans, absorbs and releases better. It contains up to 28 percent PET plastic (soda bottles) and up to 21 percent postindustrial cotton making it ideal for commercial use. It allows for faster-drying floors and better absorbency and release characteristics that lower operating costs. Cleans 48 percent faster than a standard cotton mop. 17 inches long by 14.5 inches wide by 1.333 inches high. 0.937 pounds. Made in the USA. read more

Rubbermaid
$8.80
at Amazon

Rubbermaid Commercial FGGO4300WH00 Commercial Replacement Cotton Mop Head, White. For use with Rubbermaid Commercial FGGO4204 mop.... Suitable for commercial and industrial applications. For use with Rubbermaid Commercial FGGO4204 mop. Can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. read more

O-Cedar Commercial
$6.50
at Amazon

Refill for the 9" Maxi Scrub Sponge Mop natural cellulose sponge is extremely absorbent, durable and leaves floors drier. Scrubber... strip removes stubborn dirt. read more

Rubbermaid
$11.00-$13.80
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. Blue cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.80-$10.40
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. Blue cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$10.40-$12.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. Red cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in high-risk areas such as toilets and urinals as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.20-$20.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot wet mop has a premium blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers for highe...r absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Blue cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.00-$14.60
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a tightly twisted, 4-ply rayon yarn for higher ab...sorbency and less linting than cotton mops, looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance, and can withstand repeated machine laundering for convenient cleaning. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for general purpose or floor finish applications in commercial and industrial environments. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$15.20-$22.60
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot shrinkless wet mop has a pre-laundered, colorfast 4-ply yarn made with a blend of po...st-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers that will not shrink or fade with repeated launderings and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Green cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.20-$14.60
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch finish mop is made from a 4-ply polyester and rayon yarns for floor finish appl...ication, has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance, and can withstand repeated machine laundering for convenient cleaning. The yarn tailband helps reduce streaking when applying floor finish. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). This mop is suitable for floor finish applications in commercial and industrial environments. </p><p> Finish mops are string mops designed for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. They consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. Synthetic fibers are also less likely to leave lint in the floor finish. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and to improve floor coverage. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.80-$10.40
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. Green cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$16.40-$20.40
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Web Foot finish mop is made from a 4-ply synthetic yarn that provides controlled release of ...floor finish, has looped ends and a tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance, and can withstand repeated machine laundering for convenient cleaning. The tailband is sewn inside the mop to help reduce drag patterns when applying floor finish. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). This mop is suitable for floor finish applications in commercial and industrial environments. </p><p> Finish mops are string mops designed for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. They consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. Synthetic fibers are also less likely to leave lint in the floor finish. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and to improve floor coverage. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.80-$14.64
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid synthetic blend mop is made from an all-synthetic cut-end mop yarn that is highly absorbent,... resists abrasion, and is pink, which provides color differentiation from other equipment, allowing use within a color-coded zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately), and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Colored yarn resists mop graying for better appearance than traditional white mops. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$14.20-$17.20
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Swinger Loop wet mop has a blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers for higher a...bsorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Green cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$8.40-$9.66
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid synthetic blend mop is made from an all-synthetic cut-end mop yarn that is highly absorbent,... resists abrasion, and is pink, which provides color differentiation from other equipment, allowing use within a color-coded zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately), and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Colored yarn resists mop graying for better appearance than traditional white mops. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$8.40-$10.80
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid synthetic blend mop is made from an all-synthetic cut-end mop yarn that is highly absorbent,... resists abrasion, and is blue, which is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately), and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Colored yarn resists mop graying for better appearance than traditional white mops. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.80-$9.80
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid synthetic blend mop is made from an all-synthetic cut-end mop yarn that is highly absorbent,... resists abrasion, and is blue, which is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately), and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Colored yarn resists mop graying for better appearance than traditional white mops. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$8.40-$10.80
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid synthetic blend mop is made from an all-synthetic cut-end mop yarn that is highly absorbent,... resists abrasion, and is green,which is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately), and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. Colored yarn resists mop graying for better appearance than traditional white mops. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$14.40-$20.80
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Swinger Loop shrinkless wet mop has a blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers f...or higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops and with looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Orange cleaning equipment provides color differentiation from other equipment, allowing use within a color-coded zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$14.00-$20.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot shrinkless wet mop has a pre-laundered, colorfast 4-ply yarn made with a blend of po...st-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers that will not shrink or fade with repeated launderings and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.20-$20.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot wet mop has a premium blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers for highe...r absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Orange cleaning equipment provides color differentiation from other equipment, allowing use within a color-coded zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.20-$11.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has post-industrial 4-ply cotton yarn with looped end...s and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and launderability than cut-end mops. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$16.00-$24.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot shrinkless wet mop has a pre-laundered, colorfast 4-ply yarn made with a blend of po...st-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers that will not shrink or fade with repeated launderings and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 5" headband for use with clamp style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Orange cleaning equipment provides color differentiation from other equipment, allowing use within a color-coded zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$15.20-$22.60
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot shrinkless wet mop has a pre-laundered, colorfast 4-ply yarn made with a blend of po...st-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers that will not shrink or fade with repeated launderings and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Blue cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for general purpose cleaning in low-risk areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.20-$20.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot wet mop has a premium blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers for highe...r absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Green cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$11.40-$15.20
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p>The Rubbermaid Web Foot wet mop has a premium blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers for highe...r absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and with antimicrobial fibers woven into the yarn to inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause odors and stains. This mop has looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance and longer product life. It has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$7.80-$12.00
at Amazon

<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Super Stitch cotton looped-end wet mop has a blend of post-industrial 4-ply cotton and synth...etic fibers for higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops, and has looped ends and a yarn tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The synthetic mesh headband resists moisture retention so the mop can dry between uses. This mop is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

Rubbermaid
$12.60-$19.20
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<div class="aplus"><p> The Rubbermaid Swinger Loop shrinkless wet mop has a blend of post-industrial cotton and synthetic fibers f...or higher absorbency and more launderings than cotton mops and with looped ends and a woven tailband to reduce tangling and fraying for better performance. This mop has a 1" headband for use with side gate style mop handles (sold separately). The headband is a PVC-coated mesh that resists moisture retention and chemicals. Green cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in food service areas as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mop can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and is suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications. </p><p> Wet mops (also called string mops) consist of a mop head, a handle, and a method of attaching, or mounting, a mop head onto a handle. Mop heads are typically made of cotton, synthetic fibers, or blends of cotton and synthetic. Synthetic fibers withstand laundering better and dry faster, both factors leading to longer product lifespan because harmful bacteria grow in a damp mop. In traditional string mop construction, coarse strings of cotton yarn are banded at the head for connection to a handle, and the strings hang loose at the tail. This method is now referred to as "cut-end," to contrast with the improved method of looping the strings back to the head, leaving no loose ends to fray. Laundering is not recommended for cut-end mops. Other improvements include tailbanding, which ties the strings together close to the tail to reduce tangling and improve floor coverage. Mops are used for cleaning floors or for spreading an oil- or water-based floor finish onto a floor to protect the surface. </p><p> Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC. </p></div> read more

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