How to Use a Mop Bucket Wringer

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Avoid twisting the mop while it’s in the wringer. This can loosen the strings.

Use a mop bucket wringer properly to keep the mop in good condition.

Mopping floors isn't necessarily a pleasant task, but it's one that needs to be done to keep the floors looking their best. A mop bucket with a wringer makes the job a little easier, especially when cleaning large surface areas. It's important to use the wringer on the mop bucket properly to ensure the mop doesn't get damaged and the floor gets cleaned with the right amount of liquid.


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Step 1

Dip a string mop into the mop bucket so it's soaked with the cleaning solution.

Step 2

Put the mop head into the wringer so all of the strings are inside.

Step 3

Pull down towards the floor on the handle of the wringer. Hold it down for about three seconds, then put the handle back into its original position. Take the mop head out of the wringer to mop the floor.



Kimbry Parker

Kimbry Parker has been writing since 1998 and has published content on various websites. Parker has experience writing on a variety of topics such as health, parenting, home improvement and decorating. She is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor of Arts in organizational communication.