(4.3/5 Stars) - Overall Rating from 26 Users

Manta Mop Head

Part # A-MANTA
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The Manta Mop - Your Hard Floor's Best Friend

The 16-inch Manta Dust Mop is a must have for central vacuum owners with hardwood floor or tile. You will not find an easier way to vacuum up dust than with using the Manta Dust mop. Simply use the dust mop on your floor and watch as the dust clings to the hundreds of soft tufts on the brush.

After dusting, just un-velcro the dusting cloth and throw it in the washer for easy clean up!

Manta Mop Features:

  • Exceptional when cleaning hard floors (tile, wood, and more!)
  • Swivel Neck
  • Unique body shape for cleaning those hard to reach places
  • Replaceable cleaning pads can be washed and reused

Buy replacement cloths for the Manta Mop Head:

We sell replacement pads for the Manta Mop and recommend replacing the pad after about 5-6 times of going through the washer, to keep optimal dust picking up action. This head attaches to all standard central vacuum hoses and extension tubes. Don't miss out on this great central vacuum part! Please call us with any questions regarding the Manta Mop and we will be happy to answer them today!

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Top Customer Reviews

(5/5 Stars)

March 14, 2013
I have only used this item a few times, but my home has wood floors and tile and this product has cut my clean time easily in half! So fare I love it!
(5/5 Stars)

December 30, 2012
I love this head it's amazing it sucks everything under the bed and leaves a nice clean shine it's perfect very happy that I found this product works great.
(4/5 Stars)

December 18, 2012
Works Great! Wish it was smaller for the hard to get places

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