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mopping

Applying hot bitumen with a mop or mechanical applicator on the felt of a built-up roof membrane, on a roof-deck, or the like.
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When we began testing we were surprised at how the Maximizer mop made mopping easier by causing less physical strain.
When she was through mopping, the towel went into the laundry.
The Wood-Matic features Superdry sponge technology that leaves up to 50 percent less water on the floor after mopping, which allows the surface to dry up to three times faster.
Have a regular mopping schedule to keep floors clean.
Recent examples include Clorox(R) ReadyMop(TM) self-contained mopping system, which replaced the bucket, dirty water and smelly mop head traditionally associated with mopping; and Glad(R) Press 'n Seal(TM) sealable wrap, which addressed two of consumers' biggest complaints about plastic wrap -- ease of use and ability to cling.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advocates the regular cleaning, mopping, and disinfecting of all surfaces during cold and flu season.
Molly had a shilling, She bought a little mop, When she started mopping, She found she could not stop.
Angeles National Forest fire crews on Thursday continued mopping a series of fires that had fused into a 350-acre blaze near the Golden State Freeway, officials said.
The fact is, simple cleaning chores such as washing the dishes, mopping, and scrubbing the bathtub can and do lead to a variety of painful -- but completely avoidable -- back, wrist and tendon injuries.
Accomplishes dusting and damp mopping with one tool when used with Microfiber Dust & Wet Mop Plus
Four Kern County firefighters were treated Monday at Antelope Valley Hospital after an unknown chemical spilled while they were mopping up a mobile-home fire in rural Rosamond.
Clorox ReadyMop, the leading all-in-one mopping system, is ideal for speed cleaning during the holidays when you've got to prepare for guests.