Universal Headband Cotton Mop is an economical, all-purpose mop for general cleaning.
Universal Headband Cotton Mop is an economical, all-purpose mop for general cleaning. Looped-end design helps reduce fraying associated with cut-end mops. Cotton is the least expensive yarn option that delivers reliable liquid absorption to get the job done efficiently.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||18.25 in||46.36 cm|
|Product Width||5.25 in||13.34 cm|
|Product Height||2.31 in||5.88 cm|
|Product Weight||12.00 lb||5.44 kg|
|Case Pack Length||18.25 in||46.36 cm|
|Case Pack Width||15.75 in||40.01 cm|
|Case Pack Height||9.25 in||23.50 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||13.00 lb||5.89 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||12|
|Packaging Length||18.25 in||46.36 cm|
|Packaging Width||5.25 in||13.34 cm|
|Packaging Height||2.31 in||5.88 cm|
|Packaging Weight||1.02 lb||0.46 kg|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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