About The Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop
The Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop, made in the USA, is the best dust mop for hardwood, laminate, wood, and tile floors. It requires no duster chemicals. It is made from a proprietary blend of multi colored yarns. The yarns have undergone an exclusive electromagnetic static charge process, giving them superior dust grabbing capabilities. Customer feedback over the years has been overwhelmingly positive. Customers that have used a wool dust mop comment that the Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop is superior at picking up dust. Requires no duster chemicals. Wedge shape design. Clean simply by rinsing and drip drying. Comes with handle. Made in USA.
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Why is it important to clean hardwood floors?
It is important when maintaining hardwood floors that you dust mop frequently. Dust and dirt can scratch your wood floors when moved around via the soles of your shoes. Also, they can become trapped under rugs and carpets.
By utilizing a Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop in place of a broom, you are able to more effectively collect dust and dirt instead of sweeping dust particles across the floor surface. Also it is important to realize the type of material a dust mop is made from.
Cotton dust mops are ineffective at picking up dust without the use of chemicals. The problem with chemicals is that they degrade the cotton material faster, the mops become sticky, and using the wrong duster spray can be hazardous as they can cause floors to be slippery. Not to mention, chemicals are in themselves toxic.
The Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop naturally picks up dust without ever having to use chemicals, making it the best mop to clean hardwood floors. Simply dust your floor, step outside, and shake. If your sealed hardwood floors require more than just dusting to clean, try utilizing a damp mop with a mixture of water and the Champion Hardwood and Laminate Floor Cleaner.
Lastly, to minimize the need to clean your floor often and also to protect the floor from scratches, you can consider using a rug with slip resistant backing at the entrance to your door.