The quick, simple way of cleaning most floors such as carpets or carpet tiles, as well as hard and resilient surfaces.
Bonnet mopping is a cost-effective way of cleaning low profile, high density carpets and flooring in heavy traffic areas, extending the period between deep cleaning.
Key features & benefits
• Cost-effective way of cleaning heavy traffic
areas between deep cleans.
• Designed for use with rotary machines.
• Available as a range from carpets to hard
Product make up
Designed to be used with a rotary machine,
the yarns are attached to a centre backing
cloth which provides additional strength and
prevents distortion during repeated use.
How to use
Dry vacuum first and only use standard speed
rotary machines. The solution is applied either
by trigger spray, directly onto the bonnet
mop, or via the machine solution tank. An
alternative method is to place the bonnet mop
in a bucket of solution and wring it out using the gear wringer – this is effective on large
areas. Depending on the surface, it is advisable
to check the solution for colour fastness on a
small, discreet area.
Start mopping at the furthest point from the
exit, ensuring the passes overlap. Check the
bonnet mop frequently, reverse, change or
soak and wring as necessary. Bonnet mops can