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wet mop

noun
1.
a long-handled, absorbent mop designed to clean floors with water.

wet-mop

[wet-mop] /ˈwɛtˌmɒp/
verb (used with object), wet-mopped, wet-mopping.
1.
to clean (a floor) with a wet mop.
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  • If you cannot avoid walking through the area, have it cleaned with a wet mop.
  • Use a wet mop whenever you can, since sweeping or vacuuming can stir up dust in the air.
  • Dust mop and wet mop all non-carpeted floors with hospital approved disinfectant.
  • Vacuum and wet mop all transition areas from construction to the occupied medical center at the end of each workday.
  • When cleaning up, use a wet mop with a detachable head.
  • The best way to remove dust is to use a wet rag or wet mop.
  • Broom clean and wet mop mid day, and at the end of each workday.
  • Vacuum and wet mop all transition areas from construction to the occupied medical center at the end of each workday and as needed.

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