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Keeping your cleanroom clean is critical to the success of your product or application. At SOS Cleanroom, we’re proud to carry some of the best cleanroom supplies on the market, including an array of cleanroom mops, including small surface mops and large surface mops. Once you’ve found the cleanroom mop you’re looking for, be sure to browse our all-purpose cleaners, floor cleaners, lab and glass cleaners, and stainless steel cleaners. We carry some of the best cleanroom supply brands, such as ITW Texwipe, DuPont, Kimberly-Clark, and Chemtronics. If you have any questions about our cleanroom supplies, or you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact our team today.

Cleanroom Mop FAQ

  • Q. What are cleanroom mops?


    A. The main feature of cleanroom mops is their ability to clean without leaving behind any lint or residues. These mops are made from non-shedding materials like laundered polyester and microfiber, ensuring they are cleanroom-safe. The materials used in these mops are fully traceable by lot numbers and are cleanroom-packaged.

  • Q. Do cleanroom mops require mop buckets?


    A. Mop buckets are an essential part of cleanroom mop hardware. They hold the cleaning solution and often come with wringers to remove excess liquid from the mop heads. Some advanced systems even offer touch-free wringing options.

  • Q. What are mop covers, and why are they important?


    A. Mop covers, often made from microfiber or laundered polyester, are essential for ensuring that the mop head is effective in trapping and removing contaminants. They are usually easy to remove and replace, making it simple to maintain a high level of cleanliness.

  • Q. What accessories are available for cleanroom mops?


    A. Mop accessories can include various types of mop heads, handles, and frames. Some systems also offer specialized mop refills and curtain cleaner attachments for cleaning softwall cleanroom curtains.

  • Q. What are the guidelines for cleanroom garments and gloves while mopping?


    A. While mopping, operators should be fully gowned in cleanroom garments, including gloves and sometimes even a beard cover, to ensure that no contaminants are introduced into the cleanroom environment.

  • Q. How often should I replace my cleanroom mop?


    A. The lifespan of a cleanroom mop varies depending on its usage and the type of flooring. However, a general recommendation is 50-60 cycles for sterile use and 70-80 cycles for non-sterile decontamination.