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A mop, such as a floor mop, is a clump or clump of rough string or yarn, or a cloth, sponge, or other absorbent material attached to a pole or stick. It is used to absorb liquids, clean floors and other surfaces, remove dust or for other cleaning purposes. It was proved in English as early as 1496 (at that time, it was spelled "Maple"), but new improvements and changes in mop design were introduced from time to time. For example, American inventor Jacob Howe obtained American patent 241 for mop bracket in 1837 [2], and Thomas Stewart (American patent 499402) in 1893. In 1968, during the Miss America protest, protesters symbolically threw out a lot of women's articles. Put it in the "free trash can", including the mop.

The purpose of a dry mop or dust collector is to remove dry, loose contaminants such as dust, dirt, and sand from the floor surface. It consists of yarn and / or microfiber and is used as the first step in cleaning the floor.

A professional dry mop consists of a flat panel made of microfiber fabric or a sheet with a looped yarn surface, usually about 15 cm (6 inches) wide and varying in length (usually 30-100 cm (12-39 inches)).

In many cases, a dry mop can replace a broom and has the ability to keep a limited amount of dust or sand inside. The head of the dry mop is usually movable and can be cleaned and replaced when full of dust. [5] Another option is to use a vacuum cleaner to remove surface dust from the mop. However, its effectiveness is more limited.

Disposable dry mop is also available and widely sold.

The microfiber mop consists of a mixture of polyester and polyamide fibers, which are "split" into single fibers. The blended yarn consists of 70-90% polyester fiber (used for scrubbing and cleaning fiber) and 10-30% polyamide fiber (used for fixing and quick drying fiber). This mixture is usually expressed as the ratio on the mop label, for example. A mixture of 80% polyester and 20% polyamide will be marked "80 / 20".