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Total Home by CVS  Wet Mopping Cloths, Lemon Scented

Total Home by CVS Wet Mopping Cloths, Lemon Scented

Price:  $2.79 (23.2¢ / ea.)
$3.99 (33.2¢ / ea.) Save $1.20
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Sku: 395009         Size: 12 EA          Wt: 1.6 LBS

8.0 x 10.6 inch. Fits Swiffer sweeper mops. Resealable - keeps wipes wet. Powerful, dirt-dissolving cleanser. With scrub strip. Compare to Swiffer Sweeper Wet Mopping Cloths (Swiffer is a registered trademark of Procter & Gamble). Total Home by CVS/pharmacy offers a wide selection of household products that work hard and save you money. Total Home - It's where performance and value live. Total Home Wet Mopping Cloths with scrub strip wash away household dirt, stains, and spills, leaving a fresh scent and no sticky residue. Pre-soaked disposable wipes are pre-moistened with floor cleansers; no need for water. Attaches easily to all mop heads or use by hand. Fast drying. Safe for ceramics, laminates, linoleum, sealed wood floors, and other hard surfaces. Reseal carefully after each use to retain moisture. When wipe gets dirty or dries out, discard in trash container. Do not dispose of in toilets. Sealed wood. Tile. CVS quality. Please recycle. Made in China.

1. Peel back tab and pull cloth from resealable pouch. 2. Place sweeper head in middle of wipe. 3. Wrap wipe around head of sweeper with scrub strip at front of head. 4. Push edges of wipe into gripper slots on top of sweeper head. 5. Begin wiping floor. No rinsing required. 6. After use, removed soiled wipe and discard in trash. Do not flush. Store in a cool location.

Keep out of reach of children and pets to avoid accidental ingestion. In case of eye contact or prolonged skin exposure, flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, call a physician.