Do you still use a mop to clean your hardwood floors? It’s time to get a new mop. Sure cotton mops are familiar, inexpensive tools that require little training to use, but the advantages stop there. Mopping is a laborious, time-consuming task that does not even leave floors clean. If you want to do the job right, it’s time to drop the mop for better methods.

Do you still need convincing? Here’s the top three reasons why you should replace your mop with a wet vacuum.

1. Mops are Dirty

Mops do not remove dirt as much as they distribute it about. According to certain research, regular mops might leave 30-60% of dirt behind. The problem, according to an article in is that the mop and bucket become soiled as soon as mopping begins and gets progressively worse as cleaning progresses, no matter how many buckets are used.

A wet vacuum, on the other hand, eliminates 99% of dirt, leaving the floor clean and free of cross contamination danger. The technology even does a superior job of cleaning all kinds of hard floors including uneven surfaces and grout lines between tiles.

2. Mops are Slow

Mopping is arduous labour. Cleaning staff must use two hands and a lot of physical force to manually swab a surface. Combine that with the required dipping and wringing and mopping becomes a slow, inefficient approach to floor maintenance, particularly if you have a lot of square footage to cover.

Try using a wet vacuum to boost speed and convenience. Some wet vacuums can cover over 20,000 square feet per hour, which is three to four times quicker than a mop. They don’t need dipping, wringing, or interrupting work to change unclean water, and they don’t take a lot of physical effort to operate.

3. Mops are Wet

“Well, duh!” you’re presumably thinking. But, wet mops leave wet floors, and wet floors are a slip-and-fall danger for both workers and consumers. Consider that the average cost of these types of incidents to businesses is $22,800 per event, according to the Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, and a damp floor no longer seems insignificant. Wet floors also increase the likelihood of mold and mildew growth, particularly in grout lines and near floor drains.

A Kaivac wet vacuum system allows you to replace your mop with cleaning devices that dry as they go, leaving floors clean, safe, and ready to walk on in seconds. Browse our unique Univac and Dispense-and-Vac systems to learn more.

Related Questions

  • Are wet vacuums worth it?

    Wet-dry vacuums let you to do both duties at the same time, making them a great choice for folks with limited storage space and hard flooring. “Wet-dry vacuums are extremely versatile and help to safely clean liquids and dirt in and outside your home,” says Leanne Stapf, COO of The Cleaning Authority.

  • What are the benefits of a wet vacuum?

    Advantages Of Wet-Dry Vacuum Cleaners

    1. They’re relatively cheap.
    2. They can tackle wet messes.
    3. They can remove larger objects.
    4. Some can act as a pump.
  • Can we mop house with vacuum cleaner?

    Not only will a vacuum mop save you time and effort, it will leave your floors cleaner than a standard mop. Conventional mops actually push filthy water around on your floors, leaving them less than clean.

  • What are the disadvantages of wet and dry vacuum cleaner?

    Disadvantages. The machine is fairly heavy and unwieldy for daily usage, but it was not intended to be a fluff vacuum. They do not ‘clean’ the carpet; rather, they remove the water. Since they do not have the same amount of filtration as uprights or cylinders, they might be dusty while in use.

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