Spray Mop Standard
Easy and Efficient Spray Mop Floor Cleaning
- Easy to use
- Velcro-attached microfibre mop head
- Pivoting head for effective movement
- Refillable spray bottle: Use the Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner!
- Highly effective cleaning
- Maintains protected surfaces without wear of treatment
- Suitable for wood, vinyl, LVT, varnished floors, stone, plastic, PVC and other water resistant surfaces.
- Ideal for domestic and commercial use
With this innovative cleaning system, the spray bottle is ready to be filled with the Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner.
The Spray Mop can easily be sprayed directly onto the wooden floor by pressing the leaver located under the handle, making for an easy application.
Remove everyday dirt and grime exceptionally using the high quality velcro attached, microfibre mop head.
Remove loose dirt by using the dry Spray Mop, a conventional vacuum cleaner or broom.
Methods of Application
Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner is ideally used with the Spray Mop. Simply spray on to flooring with Spray Mop. Only mop the floor damply (not wet) in order to avoid damage. When applied regularly, the surface becomes resistant to dirt and signs of wear.
Simply refill the spray bottle with Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner on the Spray Mop and use immediately.
- High traffic areas such as floors require regular maintenance, this will depend on the amount of use the floor will get. Regular cleaning can mean weekly for domestic households or daily for commercial use.
- The microfibre mop head can easily be removed and is machine washable. Additional white microfibre mop heads can be purchased separately.
- Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner is a pre-mixed cleaning solution. Kills bacteria & viruses whilst continuing to nourish natural oil and hard waxed surfaces. Use the larger 5L Anti-Bac Wood Cleaner for refills.
- Multi-purpose cleaners such as washing up liquids and detergents are highly detrimental to the finished surface and is not recommended to be used as discolouration or staining may be possible.
- Other household cleaning products such as vanish, bleach, baking soda etc. are likely to cause severe discolouration or staining.