Today’s world is full of mechanisms, industrialization, and machines. In this so-called developing society, we rarely get to come close to nature. We fail to see the natural beauty, and fail to be refreshed as everything around us is filled with dirt and germs resulting from this industrialization era. The smoke, plumes, and products unremittingly make life disgusting and let us feel suffocated. However, we need to be refreshed, we need to find a solution and we need to keep ourselves free from all the germs and dirt.

Following this, cleaning our house is highly important to maintain a healthy environment in the family. The members of the family are important and so is their health. So keeping a healthy environment is badly needed. And that’s what today’s topic is going to be about.

Keep Your House Clean With a Spin Mop

There are actually several ways to keep your house neat and clean. The traditional way or the way the traditional housewives still follow is to mop the floor using hand materials. They feel comfortable using the hand-washing method as there is preoccupation rooted deeply in their mind that it is the best way; there is no alternative to it.

I myself got to see my mother believing such stuff. As a result, she had to go through a lot of pressure but ultimately the result turns out good and the floor looks glossy. But, again, in this process, one had to give much effort, and had to be patient obviously! 

But, technology here comes to eradicate your pressures. Modern inventions and discoveries have made this task easier for people. So following this, to clean the floor of your house the mop can help you. There are many types of mops found in the market. Some have to be used with a lot of effort but on the other hand, there are some types where a “switch ” can make your job easier. Whenever you press the switch on and follow other procedures the mop will turn out as a handy product for you to use.

Wash Your Spin Mop Head in a Washing Machine

Most detachable reusable spin mop heads are machine washable. You can pull off the dirty spin mop head and throw it in a washing machine instead of washing it by hand.

Sometimes the user got their floors dirty rather than getting it with proper cleanliness. It is because there is a gap in rinsing their mop pad off. If it contains dirt and germs, how do you think of getting a glassy floor?! So cleaning your mop pad is extensively necessary. Here, again, the modern invention can help you as you are going to have your mop pad cleaned by following the given steps. 

So, here you are with your machine-washable mop pad and the process is–

Separate: According to the manufacturer’s instructions detach your spin mop head from the handle. 

Cleaning: Wash the mop head with clean water to keep it free from any large chunks. Sometimes, washing machines can not handle or bear the load of large food chunks. So be careful about that and make sure that you clean the pad before throwing it into the washing machine. 

Wring: Wring and squeeze it properly to get excess water out of the spin mop head. Do it consciously so that you don’t have to end up dripping it all over the floor between the sink and washing machine. 

 Wash: Try to use mild detergent and pour it into the cold water during the delicate cycle. Avoid using fabric softener with the laundry detergent. 

Alternative Way That You Should Know 

Mop heads that declare themselves non-washable could come apart even in a gentle cycle, so it’s best to wash them by hand.

Coming to this, You have already got acquainted with how to wash your spin mop head in the washing machine. But, as we have said, there are some mop heads that are not machine washable. So you need to clean them by hand. 

If you can not wash your mop head in the washing machine, you can try the old-fashioned way –in a bucket or in a sink following these steps given below. So go through the steps and wash your mop pad–

Step-1:

First of all, you need to wash it with at least a gallon of warm water in a sink or bucket with soap you use on your floors.

Step-2:

For sanitation purposes, you can add one cup of bleach to five gallons of water especially when you are using a cotton mop head. And, if you have a microfiber mophead, you can add a cup of vinegar instead. Soak if it is needed but it should not be soaked for more than 24 hours.

Step -3:

After having done the above two processes, you need to clean your mop head to remove all chemicals. 

Step-4:

It is absolutely necessary to dry your mop head to prevent bacterial growth. There are several options for drying wet mop—

  • Hang to dry
  • Using a dryer
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Mind This When Cleaning Your Mop Head in a Washing Machine

Spin mops offer an easy, quick and effective way of cleaning your surfaces. It eliminates the repetitive wringing and backache that usually comes from using other mop heads.

Furthermore, cleaning mop heads is also important to clean your surface properly. Here are a few things that you should keep in your mind while cleaning mop heads –

  • After each use, wash it in the right way to remove all cleaning chemicals.
  • If you have some additional or extra attachment, make sure to unfasten them all before placing the mop head in your machine. 
  • Washing the spin mop head with other items prevents it from bouncing around your washing machine. 
  • Always follow the instructions that are labeled on the products. Go through what type of detergent you should use or what should be avoided or other extra details.
  • Don’t forget to dry your mop heads before storing them. Firstly, dry it properly and then store it until further use.

Final words

Keeping your spin mop heads clean is not a difficult task at all as long as you are smart with its maintenance. There are so many options available around you that you can apply to make your surface clean. So follow the manufacturer’s instructions and keep on doing like that. As a result, you will be able to keep it free from germs, dirt, and other bacteria.


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Afroza

Afroza always liked to study English which led her to write, spreading knowledge for which she is only known to.