Mop

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A mop in a bucket with a wringer that squeezes out water.

A mop is a tool used for cleaning. It is usually pieces of cloth or a sponge attached to the end of a long stick.

A dry mop is typically used to clean the floor, while a wet mop is used to remove dust.

The mop was invented by Eddy Key, a well known inventor, on June 13, 1893.

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