Apply waxes and sanitizers, soak up spills, and scrub away dirt and grime from floors and walls with these sponge mops. Typically more economical and easier to clean than other types of wet mops, they are recommended for use on smooth surfaces because textured or rough finishes can cause the sponge material to shred.
Focus your cleaning power on spots and stains with mops that provide the scrubbing power and absorbency of a sponge. Sponge mops have a built-in wringer for removing excess water from the sponge head to minimize puddles and drips and are typically used for cleaning smaller surface areas than looped-end string mops.
Cellulose with Metal Handle
Replace worn sponge heads on your sponge mop with these refills.