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The development of Microfiber mops has been a revolutionary break through in cleaning and maintaining hardwood or tile floors. The Microfiber mops are effective because unlike many commercial or noncommercial mops, they do not just push the dirt around the surface of the floor. Instead the mops have a magnetized pull that not only picks up dirt and dust, but also traps it.

Microfiber mops are great for both big jobs and small jobs. The mops are made with a durable design and so effective that if you do not want to use chemicals, you do not have to. Many people opt to use the Microfiber mops so that their children and or pets are not exposed to floor cleaning chemicals. These mops are also great if there is someone in your family that can not handle the smell of chemical cleaners because of allergy related problems.

The use of Microfiber mops makes cleaning any floor a quick and clean process. All that is required to begin mopping a floor is running the mop head under hot water and attaching its Velcro head to the mop structure. Since there is no need to constantly dip the mop head in water or cleaning chemicals, there is no need to carry around a bucket of water. Without the need for a mop bucket of dirty water, the Microfiber mop cleans without needing to spread dirty water all over your hardwood or tile floors. There is never left behind debris or dirty water stains on your precious hard surfaced flooring. Microfiber mops are a quick and easy alternative to mopping hardwood or tile surfaces. The mops are gentle and so easy to use a child could mop the floor.

There are there other benefits of cleaning and mopping with Microfiber mops. Microfiber mops are great at removing germs and can reportedly kill up to 99% of the germs living on your hardwood floors. Since there is not a significant amount of water required to use the mop, there is less chance of your hardwood floors warping over time. With regular mops requiring a constant water source to clean the floor, mop water can get in the seams of the floor and cause swelling of the wood. With the use of hardly any water with the Microfiber mop, there is no need to worry about mold growing along the baseboards of the wall and on the surface of your hardwood floors.

Microfiber mops are very durable and if treated properly, will not need to be replaced for a few years. Microfiber mops are very inexpensive and can handle any size job. Using Microfiber mops may add years to the life of your floors. The cloths that go with the mops are very soft and will not scratch or nick the floor's top coat. The floors are also safe from harsh chemicals that may be required with other mopping devices. Chemicals are eliminated all together with the use of the efficient Microfiber mop.

Ever have those hard to reach places that your standard mop just can't reach? Those places are no longer a problem with a Microfiber mop. Micro fiber mops’ small and useful designs allow you to reach under furniture and around the walls’ baseboards with no problem at all!

If you are someone who just can't stand the thought of dry mopping the floor, then don't. Microfiber mops are absorbent enough that if you want to use water, you can mop without risking the chance of harming or warping the floors. Microfiber mops are also very good for cleaning up normal household spills.

By switching to a Microfiber mop you are not only saving your family money, you are also saving them from harsh cleaning chemicals. There is no need to purchase a mop bucket or any floor cleaning chemicals. The Microfiber mop can do the job with nothing but a little bit of water, and can do it in fraction of the time of regular mops.

Eva is a cleaning professional and hardwood floor expert of 20 years. She has been on the forefront of the chemical free, green cleaning movement for 10 years, educating people one by one. For more information about Microfiber Mops , visit: http://www.cleanfloorstore.com

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