My searching has ended….I found the one!! I have bought sooo many mops that left streaks, water marks, etc. We have white shinny porcelain tile in our kitchen….I usually mopped it 2 or 3 times changing the water each time…or the Swifter pads each time, & still streaks…so then I had to use window cleaner & a clean towel to shine it. It is so shinny that where the light would shine on it…you could see streaks & etc. so I was determined to find something that didn’t wear me out trying to have a nice clean shinny floor…..& I couldn’t believe that as soon as I got it…I filled it with hot water, vinegar & a couple of drops of Dawn dish washing soap…..I did spin the mop head so that it was damp , not too wet…..I mopped the whole kitchen & it was looking pretty good so out of curiosity I let it dry & was so surprised that it didn’t have streaks & water spots everywhere….I have to admit it had some small area’s that weren’t perfect but all I did was take a dry mop head ( quickly changed it) & touch up those minor spots…..love, love. love that mopping finally wasn’t a frustrating chore….funny…I’m actually looking forward to using this Mopnado again just so I can make sure it was real & not a dream….haha….& believe it or not…I’m not a cleaning fanatic even though this review sounds like I would be….it was just so frustrating to work so hard on a floor & it didn’t look much better than before I mopped it…..”
Mark the end of front leg with a protractor at 15 degrees off square. Cut the end of leg along the mark with a saw, measure 55-3/8 to opposite end of leg and mark top of leg with protractor making line parallel to bottom of leg. Cut.
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Gleaming polished nickel, clear tempered glass and a clean design come together to form a streamlined piece for storage and display in the bath. DETAILS YOU’LL APPRECIATE Iron frame is supported by elegantly rounded feet. Fitted with removable tempered-glass …
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Yarn ply indicates the number of fibers twisted together to make a single yarn strand in a mop. More plies mean more strength, though a higher ply count doesn’t necessarily mean a better quality fabric. Additional strands in adds durability, but it also decreases absorbency. However, it is much more efficient and cost effective to choose a low ply, higher quality yarn than a high ply, low quality yarn.
Wheelbarrows are fairly heavy and awkward. The trick to storing them is to get them up off the floor but not so high that you can’t lift them down easily. We’ve designed simple wall storage brackets in the past, but it’s tough to beat the nifty wheelbarrow holder bracket we found at Home Depot. With this bracket, you simply set the front lip of the wheelbarrow into the lower bracket and swing the back up and into a latching upper bracket. To get the wheelbarrow down, just unlatch the upper bracket and swing it down. Keep in mind that the metal legs will stick out and can cause a nasty bump or bruise. Hang your wheelbarrow along a little traveled wall or cover the legs with something soft. Push the wheelbarrow next to a wall stud and mark its height (Photo 1). Attach the lower bracket to the stud with wood screws (provided), 1 in. below the mark. Next, push the wheelbarrow up so the front lip drops into the lower bracket, then raise the handles to the wall (Photo 2). Mark the upper bracket location, then attach the bracket to the stud.
Any establishment mopping floors should have a commercial mop bucket to make their cleaning tasks easier and more efficient. Each mop bucket wringer combo features a designated spot to dip mop heads to soak up clean water, and a separate spot to strain out dirty water. The wringer on the bucket allows the user to easily press excess water out of the wet mop, preventing floors from becoming overly saturated and slippery. Read more
Note: Make sure you really have rinsed your mop well so your mop is free of cleaner and you’re not mixing chemicals. Check out our page on House Cleaning Safety to learn about which chemicals should never be mixed.
Now attach the corner braces on both ends of a shelf support to the center of a joist/truss by drilling pilot holes and using 1/4-in. x 2-in. hex head lag screws (Photo 2). The only challenge is finding the center of joists through a drywall ceiling (if your ceiling is finished) to attach the shelf supports. Tap a small nail through the drywall until you locate both edges of the joist. Measure to find the center of the adjacent joists, and measure to keep the three supports in alignment with one another. Finish the shelf unit by attaching a 3/8-in. x 4-ft. x 6-ft. plywood floor (Photo 3).
Spanners & Ratchet Spanner Sets: A full range of combination spanners from 8mm to 19mm are another bread-and-Butter part of your tool kit. You’ll want to double up on some of the more popular sizes like 10mm, 13mm and 17mm. The 10 and 13mm spanners are always go missing for some reason! A set of Ratchet spanners, although fairly expensive, can make life so much easier when you’re working in hard-to-reach places.
Cabo Ladder Basket: *Hand-woven wire basket *Features a rust-proofing lacquer finish *Measurements:* 15.75 W x 5 D x 8.25 H Due… to its handmade nature, variations in size and color can be expected and are an intentional and desirable aspect of this product. read more
I’ve moped and supervised many floors in my 20 plus years in the Navy, and In my life.I have never come across a mop that simplified my life as this one has. I can’t speak on durability, over time I will repost if I encounter any problems. Out of the box and into the frey this little mop is a time saver. I have a floor that is somewhat like marble, i’ve tried steam action and various mops over the past year. Neither alleviated the streaks and film that were left behind. The joint for the pivot is a bit stiff, I figure use will give it more fluid movement. It has two quirks but over all in my opinion it in no way affects the simplicity of the mop. The bucket is a bit off balance when filled with water, and the micro fibers get caught in the pivot joint from time to time. The bucket is fairly large so be aware if your in a small place it takes up a little space. I have not encountered any problems with the ringer or the gears that it that spin action. Just hold the handle loosely and it spins with no problem. The more you spin the dryer it becomes leaving a clean streak free floor. Handle can me adjusted to accommodate different heights. It picks up virtually all lent dirt fibers or hair. I have never owned any household cleaning gear that has simplified my life as the O-Cedar Easy Mop has.
In the context of witchcraft, broomstick is likely to refer to the broom as a whole, known as a besom. The first known reference to witches flying on broomsticks dates to 1453, confessed by the male witch Guillaume Edelin. The concept of a flying ointment used by witches appears at about the same time, recorded in 1456.