from Stacey C. in Dedham, Maine USA.
My husband is a contractor, which means that my house is always in a state of being “improved”. This means that I sometimes come home to chunks of dried on drywall mud on my hardwood floors. To remove these, I used to scrape them off, but then I discovered that if I used my washable mop-head instead, it’s easier. I just run the mop head through some super-hot water, wring it out, and then let it sit on the spot for 3-5 minutes. After that, it comes out just like the rest of the dirt! No scrubbing and no scraping!
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