In between moppings, usually right before my toddling grandson visits I can also take a spray bottle of vinegar and water and spray small areas of the floor at a time and running the mop over the areas as I go to touch up my floors as needed. The heads can simply be rinsed out by hand and hung up to dry to reuse the next day.
Over the years my terry cloth covers originally purchased with the mop have become really ratty and it was time for new ones. Instead of buying them I decided to make them myself.
I found terry cloth dish towels on sale for $1 each. I cut the edge from around them and cut a piece of flannel of the same size. I sewed these together leaving a turning hole. Once they were turned I then sewed a 1 inch pocket for elastic completely around the edge. Then threaded the elastic and sewed up the hole.
I now have a double sided mop cover, one side terry and one side flannel. The terry side used wet to mop the floor and the flannel side used as a dry mop head similar to a swiffer for picking up dust and hair.
Reusable and homemade.
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