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Fuller Cotton Dust Mop

The Fuller Brush Man is Still Making Quality Cotton Dust Mops

Fuller Cotton Dust Mop

The Fuller Brush Man is Still Making Quality Cotton Dust Mops

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The Fuller Brush Man may not knock on your door anymore, but he still makes a terrific mop. Hand-washable cotton dust mop is treated with a special formula for wood floors. It has a lightweight steel handle with a hang-up ring. Assembly required. 46" tall.

  • Ideal for wood floors
  • Cleans quickly and efficiently
  • Hand washable

Treated cotton dust mop from Fuller gives your floors a professionally-cleaned look.

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Fuller Cotton Dust Mop


100% Cotton Head
Steel Handle with Ring


Hand wash mop head and air dry.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: Y

Cord Polarized: N

Handle Length: 46 in (115 cm)


Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

Fuller Cotton Dust Mop 2.7 5 3 3
average Dust mop was not really what I expected. I really don't like how the base of the handle only goes back and forth. There is no option for it to swivel from side to side if need be. It seems this dust mop was only intended to push from behind. The metal attachment for the handle rubs on my floor as well which i really don't like. August 7, 2013
Grateful Duster I just love the dust mop. These are extremely hard to find around this area. I have a dog Roxy who sheds quite a bit and this mop picks up her sheddings quite nicely. I had a broom before and I think I just was spreading the fur around more than I was picking it up. Thanks for carrying this product! May 29, 2013
Nice extra mop for downstairs! I remember the Fuller Brush Man visiting my Mother with great products. They are still making great products! I really like economical dry mops for quick dusting in between scrubbing, and this fits the bill. So glad The Ortons keep these kinds of products available! May 18, 2013
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