Tip & How-To about Rubbermaid G780: PVA Sponge Mop

Four screws to attach mop G780 mop refill

Since the four screws which attach the mop refill to the G780 mop are impossible to find, and since they tend to rust, rub some lithium grease on the threads when you first get the mop and each time you replace the mop head.

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