For generations cleaning professionals have been fighting a losing battle. For generations the mop and bucket have been responsible for lost productivity, lost business, dangerous slips and falls, poor employee morale, and spoiling great chemistry, even though there are better, faster and more cost-effective alternatives for cleaning floors. There's only one time in a mop's life that it is truly clean, and that's when it is brand new. From that point on, it's quickly becoming a compost heap for soils and contaminants. Cleaning chemistry that users and manufacturers have invested so dearly in is contaminated before it even hits the floor.
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