Maximizer™ Wet Mop's unique design delivers the industry-leading mop spread, providing 30% more floor coverage than the standard wet mop to get the job done efficiently.
Maximizer™ Wet Mop's unique design delivers the industry-leading mop spread, providing 30% more floor coverage than the standard wet mop. Microfiber blend delivers the highest absorbency ratio of any mop in its class, able to pick up five times its dry weight. Delivers improved productivity providing your team with more time to focus on the additional tasks of the job.
Features and Benefits:
A BETTER MOP
THE MAXIMIZER MOP’S UNIQUE DESIGN delivers the industry-leading mop spread, allowing it to provide 30% more floor coverage than the standard wet mop. By allowing your staff to clean floors faster, the Maximizer delivers improved productivity, providing your team with more time to focus on the additional tasks of the job.
Absorbs up to 3X as much as cotton
Works with Industry Standard Mop Handles
Enables Easy Re-purchasing
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