The mop in much of South America is a long handled squeegee and a thin absorbent rag. The rag is dipped in the mop water, wrapped around the squeegee, then passed over the floor until it needs rinsed. When you are finished mopping, you wash your mop rag. I personally really like the idea of starting off with a clean mop rag each time, instead of trying to get a mop head clean after each use like we do in the US!
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