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How to Clean O Cedar Mop Head

How to Clean O Cedar Mop Head

You can clean and sanitise your mop in a few different ways to ensure that it lasts as long as possible.

Rinsing before the wash

Following the proper mopping of your floor, the first step toward a clean mop occurs.

  • Fill your bucket with hot water after rinsing it. The hotter the water, the better.
  • Add a few ounces of white vinegar to the hot water to assist your mop release any fat or oil.
  • After soaking the mop tip, wash till the liquid is absorbed.

Mops with Detachable Heads

Mops with Detachable Heads are a kind of mop that has two heads that can be removed. They may be washed right away. When washing it, be cautious of what you use. You don’t want mop dirt to get on your favourite pair of jeans or your delicate underwear. When disinfecting your mop, we suggest using bleach rather than vinegar. Vinegar isn’t classified as a disinfectant, and it won’t kill dangerous bacteria like those that cause staph infections. If you can’t remove the tip off your mop, mix equal amounts water and vinegar in a container. Then soak your mop for at least 15 minutes in the solution.


Another common blunder in mop care is not knowing when and how to store the mop. Make sure the mop head is completely dry before storing it away from the ground in a cool, dry location. Mold could grow if there is any moisture left in the middle of the mop. Because the fibres in a traditional cotton mop head are all relatively large and spaced out, they can potentially pass over dirt and grime, missing parts of the mess, and leaving you with either a stubborn mess or a lot of extra effort to ensure the mess is scrubbed away completely.

The O-Cedar microfiber mops, on the other hand, only require water to clean. Tap water is used instead of harsh chemicals or expensive mop solutions. Washable and reusable microfiber mop heads Hand-wash or toss in the washing machine for best results. It is up to you! Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners because bleach will degrade the microfibers’ quality, and fabric softeners will coat the microfibers, making them less effective. Lay flat to dry once you’ve finished washing it.

What exactly is a cedar mop microfiber, and why should I clean with it?

With just water, microfiber removes over 99 percent of bacteria, but does not kill them. Without the use of harsh chemicals, the tiny microfibers physically loosen and pick up dirt, as well as over 99 percent of bacteria, and transport it away. Once bacteria have been picked up by the microfibers, it will remain on the mop head refill until it is washed or rinsed clean. Cleaning your floors with just water and our microfiber mops will not eliminate bacteria. Our independent accredited lab testing has shown that it simply removes bacteria and dirt from floor surfaces.

You can, of course, use your favourite floor cleaner mixed with water if you prefer to use a cleaning solution. Our rule of thumb for replacing mop refills is to do so every season or roughly every three months. O-Cedar microfiber mop refills are long-lasting and simple to replace across the board. Machine washable microfiber mop refills simply machine or hand wash your refills in warm water before lying them flat to dry. Remember to replace your microfiber mop refills whenever a new season arrives to keep up with daily messes.

Is it possible to wash the Cedar mop head?

Is it necessary to replace the microfiber mop refill on a regular basis? The O-Cedar microfiber mop refills are all long-lasting and simple to replace. Machine washable microfiber mop refills Simply machine or hand wash your refills in warm water before laying them flat to dry. It’s incredible it cleans better than the Hoover ever could. Unlike the Hoover, it cleans baseboards and corners. You must vacuum the floor first, but you already did so with the Hoover. Because you can remove a lot of water with the spinner, the floor dries quickly enough after mopping.

A microfiber mop is a type of mop that is made from microfibers

When wet, these fibres absorb spills, and when dry, static electricity attracts dirt, dust, and hair. Microfiber mops with mop pads that maximise the microfiber’s ability to scrub and clean the floor are more efficient than cotton or sponge mops.

Is it possible to wash the O-Cedar mop head in the washer?

Clean your floors quickly with the double-sided mop head, leaving no mess behind. Like most of our microfiber mops, the mopping cushion is recyclable and machines washer. Replace your microfiber mop pad every three months, as a reminder.

What’s the best Cedar mop?

The O-Cedar Easy Wring Microfiber Spin Mop is the mop and bucket system to have in your cleaning arsenal. It includes a bucket with a built-in, hands-free wringer that owners claim is simple to operate.

Which mop head should you use?

Synthetic Mops: Because they are made of man-made materials, synthetic mop heads are among the most durable and effective. They are an excellent choice for a variety of fast-paced foodservice, healthcare, and retail establishments because they are easier to clean and more resistant to mildew.

Is it safe to mop floors with Dawn dish soap?

Dish soap, especially mild dish soap, works wonders on floors. It won’t take long for the floors to be spotless and gleaming. Dish soap works well on ceramic tile as well as resilient flooring like linoleum and vinyl. Fill a pail halfway with warm water and one cap full of vinegar with 12 drops of lavender. Mop your floors with the solution.