Mops haven’t changed that much over the years. The word mop, derived from the Middle English mappe, has been around since the 14th century*. Back then mops were constructed by a blacksmith (along with weapons, furniture, cooking utensils and other tools). After creating the mop nail, pieces of material were pushed through the nail and ..
Have you ever watched a janitor wipe down your desk, a smudge on the floor, and then the table in the break rooms with the same dirty rag? Have you wondered what germs were traveling on that old cloth? Cross contamination is a hot topic in the food and cleaning industries for good reason. Who ..