The way to Use a Sponge Mop
A sponge cleaner provides you a method to clean floors without touching the moist or dirty mop head, and you don’t require a special bucket to wring out the excess water. Each version of sponge mop is marginally different, but they all feature a mechanism that squeezes out the excess moisture after you dip the sponge in water.
Fundamental Sponge-Mop Use
Fill a bucket with warm water, and then add a little amount of liquid-based flooring cleaner suitable for your flooring. Dip the sponge into the water. Lift the mop straight up, above the tap, and press down the lever or slider bar positioned on or close to the grip, above the sponge place. Because you press, a mechanism on the sponge presses against the seams and seams it or rolls over it, then squeezing excess water back in the bucket. Mop the floor back and forth. Pull the sponge back in the water the moment it appears to be drying out. Squeeze the mechanism again to wring it out into the bucket again, and after that continue mopping. The water in the bucket takes on dirt as you wring the sponge out; drain the dirty water and refill the bucket if the water gets excessively dirty before you complete mopping. Transforming the mop head varies by manufacturer. When the sponge gets worn look for tabs, screws or clips that hold it in position. Open or loosen them to remove the old sponge and include the new.