mophead

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mophead

(ˈmɒpˌhɛd)
n
1. a person with thick, shaggy hair
2. the head or end of a mop to which the rags are attached
3. US a clamp holding together the rags of a mop
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All the staff at Mopheads, from drivers, cleaners, ironers and owners, were involved in a hectic 12 months.
They come in pink, blue, and white, and these hydrangeas should be treated just the same as the mopheads.
There are lots of varieties from oldfashioned mopheads to lace caps.
Lilian Gerrard, by email Carol: With any of the hortensia hydrangeas, mopheads or lacecaps, wait until spring then cut back the flowered stems to the next buds down (old flowerheads protect infant buds).
in - Lilian Gerrard AWITH any of the hortensia hydrangeas, mopheads or lacecaps, wait till spring then cut back the flowered stems to the next buds down (old flowerheads protect infant buds).
Lilian Gerrard, North Wales Carol: With any of the hortensia hydrangeas, mopheads or lacecaps, wait till spring then cut back the flowered stems to the next buds down (old flowerheads protect infant buds).
If single-use, disposable mops and cloths are not used, mopheads and cloths should be cleaned after each use and allowed to dry before reuse.
macrophylla, called mopheads, due to the large round flower heads.
Effectiveness is dependent on precleaning of soiled surfaces, using specified dilution and application techniques, maintaining a minimum contact time, and changing bucket solutions and mopheads frequently.
Flowers may be massive mopheads or daintier, flatter lacecaps.
The cops arrived just about the time that two blocks away, Dennis was discovering that his "take" consisted of large numbers of towels and mopheads.