ApplicationNo. 564031 filed on 08/07/1990
US Classes:401/13, WITH MEANS TO WITHDRAW MATERIAL FROM WORK SURFACE INTO STORAGE15/118, Wiper15/119.1, Mop and wringer401/268BRUSH, BROOM, OR MOP
ExaminersPrimary: DeMille, Danton D.
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International ClassA47L 013/26
AbstractA mop for removing waste liquid from a surface to be cleaned, the mop comprising a handle, a container means, for receiving liquid from the surface to be cleaned, being pivotable connected by a first pivot to one end of the handle, a first pad, having a cleaning surface, mounted on a first surface of the container, the cleaning surface being adapted for removing and retaining liquid from the surface to be cleaned upon contact therewith, the container being pivotable about the first pivot from a first stationary position, in which the first pad is located adjacent the surface to be cleaned, to a second stationary position, in which the first pad is located remote from the surface to be cleaned, for removal of liquid retained by the cleaning surface, and a wringing device, carried by the mop, for wringing waste liquid from the cleaning surface into the container when in the second position.