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By: Greenvalet  05/12/2011

A must have home acces­sory. No more smelly cot­ton mops, buck­ets, suds, foam or rins­ing. No more residue marks. A superb prod­uct, stain­less steel.…

€25.00 + VAT

This is a superb acces­sory. A must have in the home where plas­tic cot­ton mops are a night­mare. It is made of high qual­ity stain­less steel & is tele­scopic up to 6 feet allow­ing you to clean hard to reach areas like your shower tiles, win­dows, mir­rors etc. This is a life­time acces­sory. Its swivel head vel­cro attaches to the microfi­bre waf­fle floor cloth & cleans tiles, wooden floors or any sur­face in min­utes. The cloth will cover most of your down­stairs floor (depend­ing on con­di­tion) & can be eas­ily removed & placed in the wash­ing machine. No more buck­ets, smelly mops, sponges, foam, suds or rinsing!

Instruc­tion for Use:

Dampen a waf­fle floor cloths, lay one on floor

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attach the vel­cro swivel head

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clean your floor step­ping back­wards as you clean. When that sec­tion of the cloth is soiled, step on both sides of the cloth, pull off the mop

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stick it down to the next clean sec­tion

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away you go again. Mist on the

GV

Sani­tiser

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or Degreaser, wait 60 sec­onds for the dirt to break down

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be encap­su­lated, then col­lect the dirt with your mop

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cloth. Floor clean­ing has never been eas­ier. The mop can also be use for deep clean­ing with the Tele­scopic Mop Pad (avail­able here in

cat­e­gory). This is a high qual­ity pad removes ground in dirt

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marks on floors, plas­tic sur­faces etc. These pads are heavy duty deep clean­ers

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are not to be used on any paint­work or del­i­cate surfaces!

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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