Common sense for mops using


Mops are one of the most grimy appliances. If you do not pay attention to cleaning, it will become a breeding ground for some microorganisms and disease-causing bacteria.
When mops are in use, they are most likely to come into contact with organic ingredients on the ground, which can be used by fungi and bacteria. When they are in a humid environment for a long time, microorganisms and bacteria such as mold, fungi, candida and dust mites will grow rapidly. When it is used later, it does not clean the floor, but is more likely to spread bacteria and cause diseases such as respiratory, intestinal and atopic dermatitis.
No matter the texture of the mop head is cotton, cotton thread, colloidal cotton, ultrafine fiber, etc., as long as it is not thoroughly cleaned and dried, it is easy to breed harmful substances. So, the first principle that chooses mop is, easy clean air dry.
Mops for daily use in the home are not recommended for frequent disinfection. The use of disinfectant for disinfection is easy to cause unnecessary environmental pollution. And similar to potassium permanganate solution of disinfectant, its own color, soaking up the cleaning up water. It is recommended that after each use of the mop, wash it carefully with water, wear gloves, wring out the mop, and then spread out the head for drying. If there are conditions in the home, it is best to put it in a ventilated and well-lit place, make full use of the ultraviolet rays of the sun for physical sterilization; If there is no balcony, or inconvenient to air, when it is not dry, it is best to move to a dry and ventilated room first, and then put back to the toilet after drying.

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