While a rental floor mat is the best way to prevent dust from coming inside a building, some dust does make it inside and mixes with dust created from internal sources. Specially-treated dust mops catch dust in one operation, and are designed to collect and hold dust from walls, non-carpeted floors, and other sources.
Some of the benefits to customers are:
- Improved safety
- Improved appearance
- Reduced labor time and cost
- Protection of equipment from dust damage
- Reduced air conditioner filter replacement
- Improved indoor air quality
Where Dust Mops Can Be Used
Dust mops can be used on many surfaces:
- Concrete Floors
- Hardwood Floors
- Tile Floors
- Light Fixtures
- Ceiling Fans
Air quality in any building can be improved by using a dust mop.
Rental dust mops are treated to help them attract dust and dirt, so when they are sweeping they are grabbing dust and dirt. Rental dust mop strands are strong enough to withstand pushing, pulling, and twisting, and provide maximum soil and dirt absorbency.
Advantages of Dust Mops
Rental dust mops are of superior quality to alternatives such as disposable mops, purchased launderable mops, and brooms. Disposable mops are poorly constructed and are meant to be thrown away. Purchased, launderable mops cannot withstand commercial laundering, and home laundering cannot remove all of the dirt.
Purchased mops also are not professionally treated, and a treatment must be applied. If the dust mop isn’t treated properly, the mop can be ineffective, and can damage floors. Brooms push dust around, and do not collect dust high on their fibers. Brooms also can dull or scratch certain surfaces.