Mop head

Also found in: Idioms.
The end of a mop, to which the thrums or rags are fastened
A clamp for holding the thrums or rags of a mop.

See also: Mop, Mop

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It works by converting water into steam and features a clever triangular mop head and swivel joint to reach into corners and tight spaces.
Thursday, he hauled up a 30-inch redfish from the Indian River; Friday on my boat we accidentally ran into three sailfish playing with a mop head floating on the surface and hooked up with two.
Ideal for use on wooden floors, marble floors, tiled surfaces etc, this mop is manufactured with a 360 rotating super absorbent microfibre mop head & lightweight stainless steel handle which is adjustable to 45, 90 or 180.
She demonstrated that, with her mop, you squeezed it without ever touching the mop head itself.
Head on over the museum's village and use your newly learned skills to take on the 'games master' who'll be challenging you to take part in everything from a crazy mop head marathon to the 'spend a penny' challenge.
The mop head can flip over, so you can use both sides before sticking them in the washing machine.
In 1990, former airline reservations manager Joy Mangano developed a prototype for a self-wringing mop that would allow her to clean the floor without having to touch the mop head.
Compatible with QuickConnect(tm) mop handles, the pivoting mop head frame makes it easy to clean around door and window frames as well as light fixtures and heavy equipment.
The integrated FM provider, which has been particularly focused on reducing water usage in their cleaning operations, has seen much success in that direction with the use of a new microfiber mop system from AVET, which has cleaning chemicals embedded in the mop head itself.
They are the Clinell Spill Wipe and the Clinell Universal Mop Head Cover.
The largest of these is a glossy basketball sized mop head, whose transformation gives it the appearance of a warming glacier.
The Scottish singer reportedly started dancing and belting out songs into a mop head in a first-class lounge, while awaiting a flight to Chicago, Illinois to film a segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show.