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Abbey Hygiene Prairie Mophead 450g (Screw-in) - Green

Abbey Hygiene Prairie Mophead 450g (Screw-in) - Green

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Hygiemix Prairie mops are produced from a unique 50/50 blend of bleached cotton and synthetic yarn for absorbency and strength. These mops have looped ends with a 'stayflat' sewn in band which enables the mop to be machine washable thus hygienic. The colour coded mop heads can be removed from handle easily. For use with Kentucky mop buckets.

Code: 651188000

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£4.99 Each (ex. VAT)

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Colour Green
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Abbey Hygiene Prairie Mophead 450g (Screw-in) - Green

Hygiemix Prairie mops are produced from a unique 50/50 blend of bleached cotton and synthetic yarn for absorbency and strength. These mops have looped ends with a 'stayflat' sewn in band which enables the mop to be machine washable thus hygienic. The colour coded mop heads can be removed from handle easily. For use with Kentucky mop buckets.

- Washable

- Stayflat looped ends

- 50/50 mix of polyester & cotton yarn

- Colour coded

- Fits Abbey Hygiene Mop Handle (Screw-in)

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Manufacturer Code 651188000

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