CN110604522A - Roller mop - Google Patents

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CN110604522A
CN110604522A CN201810614674.9A CN201810614674A CN110604522A CN 110604522 A CN110604522 A CN 110604522A CN 201810614674 A CN201810614674 A CN 201810614674A CN 110604522 A CN110604522 A CN 110604522A
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丁育民
林祺惠
黄鼎钧
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Tsann Kuen Zhangzhou Enterprise Co Ltd
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L13/00Implements for cleaning floors, carpets, furniture, walls, or wall coverings
    • A47L13/10Scrubbing; Scouring; Cleaning; Polishing
    • A47L13/20Mops
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L13/00Implements for cleaning floors, carpets, furniture, walls, or wall coverings
    • A47L13/10Scrubbing; Scouring; Cleaning; Polishing
    • A47L13/20Mops
    • A47L13/24Frames for mops; Mop heads
    • A47L13/254Plate frames
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L13/00Implements for cleaning floors, carpets, furniture, walls, or wall coverings
    • A47L13/10Scrubbing; Scouring; Cleaning; Polishing
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Abstract

A roller mop is suitable for a user to clean a surface by using water and comprises a handle device, a mop head device assembled at the bottom side of the handle device, a roller device which extends along the left-right direction and is assembled at the mop head device and can clean the surface, and a cleaning plate device which is assembled at the mop head device and can clean the roller device. The cleaning plate device comprises a base plate positioned above the roller device and a first lug group which extends downwards from the base plate and is abutted against the roller device. The base plate is provided with a water supply port group which can supply water to move downwards to the roller device. This roller device can be followed and changeed through this water supply mouth group earlier and then changeed through the rotation direction rotation of this first break block group, consequently can be earlier by wet again by this first break block group scraping crowded, and then gain adnexed filth because of can be earlier by the wet effect of being cleared up easily to improve clean efficiency, improve the difficult shortcoming of being cleared up of current roller mop filth.

Description

Roller mop
Technical Field
The invention relates to a cleaning tool, in particular to a roller mop capable of automatically wetting and wiping a roller.
Background
Referring to fig. 1, a conventional roller mop includes a mop base 11 capable of moving on a floor, a roller unit 12 capable of rolling back and forth and having left and right ends pivotally mounted to the mop base 11, a water tank 13 mounted to the mop base 11 and located above the roller unit 12, a water tank base 15 mounted to the mop base 11 and located behind the roller unit 12 and defining a sewage tank 14, a nozzle set 16 located between the water tank base 15 and the roller unit 12 and connected to the water tank 13 in a liquid-communicating manner, and a scraper 17 having one end connected to the water tank base 15 and the other end connected to the roller unit 12. The water tank 13 stores purified water capable of wetting the roller unit 12. The nozzle group 16 can spray clean water toward the roller unit 12 to wet the roller unit 12.
In operation of the conventional roller mop, the roller unit 12 is rotated in only one rotational direction 18 to roll on the floor. In the process of rolling the roller unit 12, the dirty water and dirt are scraped off by the scraper 17 and then wetted by the clean water sprayed from the nozzle set 16, so as to clean the floor. Since a part of moisture is left on the ground after the roller unit 12 contacts the floor, the part of the roller unit 12 contacting the ground is in a relatively dry state compared with the part just wetted. In this state, the dirt is not easily scraped off by the scraper 17, and the cleaning efficiency is poor to be further improved.
Disclosure of Invention
It is an object of the present invention to provide a roller mop that solves at least one of the problems of the background art.
The invention relates to a roller mop, which is suitable for a user to clean a surface by using water and comprises a handle device, a mop head device assembled at the bottom side of the handle device, a roller device which extends along the left-right direction and is assembled on the mop head device and can clean the surface, and a cleaning plate device which is assembled on the mop head device and can clean the roller device, wherein the cleaning plate device comprises a substrate positioned above the roller device and a first lug group which is downwards extended from the substrate and is abutted against the roller device, the substrate is provided with a water supply port group which can supply water to downwards move to the roller device, and the roller device can rotate along the rotation direction which firstly passes through the water supply port group and then passes through the first lug group.
The roller mop of the invention is characterized in that the cleaning plate device also comprises a second lug group which is downward extended from the base plate and is abutted against the roller device and is spaced from the first lug group in the front-back direction, and the water supply port group is positioned between the first lug group and the second lug group in the front-back direction.
According to the roller mop, the first lug group and the second lug group are arranged at intervals along the arc direction of the roller device and are not equal in height.
The roller mop has the advantages that the first lug group is provided with a plurality of first lugs which are arranged at intervals from left to right, the second lug group is provided with a plurality of second lugs which are arranged at intervals from left to right, and the water supply port group is provided with a plurality of water supply ports which are arranged at intervals from left to right and are communicated up and down.
According to the roller mop, each first lug and each second lug are staggered along the left-right direction.
According to the roller mop, the shortest spacing distance defined by each first lug and the adjacent and corresponding second lug is 3-10 mm.
According to the roller mop, the rotation direction is from bottom to front and then from top to back, the first protruding blocks are located behind the second protruding blocks, and each water supply opening is arranged in front of the corresponding first protruding block in an adjacent mode.
According to the roller mop, each of the first protruding block and the second protruding block is provided with a bottom inclined surface positioned at the bottom side, and a bottom curved surface which extends backwards from the bottom inclined surface and is bent to adapt to the radian of the roller device and is abutted against the roller device.
The roller mop provided by the invention has the rotation direction from bottom to back and then from top to front, the first protruding block is positioned in front of the second protruding block, and each water supply opening is arranged behind the corresponding first protruding block in an adjacent manner.
According to the roller mop, each of the first protruding block and the second protruding block is provided with a bottom inclined surface located at the bottom side, and a bottom curved surface which extends forwards from the bottom inclined surface and is in curved fit with the radian of the roller device and is abutted against the roller device.
The mop head device comprises a shell unit, a water collecting seat arranged in the shell unit, a guide strip group and a cleaning plate device, wherein the shell unit is used for assembling the roller device and the base plate, the water collecting seat is positioned behind the roller device and below the base plate, the first lug group extends backwards to the upper part of the water collecting seat, and water can flow from the first lug group to the water collecting seat.
According to the roller mop, the guide strip group extends obliquely downwards from front to back.
According to the roller mop, the guide strip group obliquely extends downwards from front to back along the backward oblique direction, and the backward oblique included angle defined by the backward oblique direction and the horizontal direction is 3-15 degrees.
According to the roller mop, the thickness difference defined by the guide strip group and the first lug group is not more than 2 mm.
According to the roller mop, the base plate is inclined downwards from back to front, and the top surface of the base plate can supply water to the water supply port group formed on the front side.
According to the roller mop, the base plate extends from back to front downwards in an inclined manner along the front direction, and the front inclined angle defined by the front inclined direction and the horizontal direction is 3-15 degrees.
The roller mop is characterized in that the water supply port group is provided with a plurality of water supply ports which are arranged at intervals from left to right and are vertically communicated, the base plate is also provided with a water inlet which is positioned at the rear end part and is spaced from the water supply ports in the front-back direction, the water inlet is not positioned in the center of the base plate along the left-right direction and can supply water to flow to the top surface of the base plate, the top surface of the base plate is also provided with a plurality of first flow passages for supplying water to flow forwards and downwards to the water supply ports, and a plurality of other second flow passages for supplying water to flow forwards and downwards to the water supply ports, and the first flow passages and the second flow passages are substantially equal in length.
The roller mop provided by the invention is characterized in that the roller device is provided with a wheel shaft group and a surface cloth which is wrapped on the outer surface of the wheel shaft group and is abutted against the cleaning plate device.
The invention has the beneficial effects that: the roller device rotates along the rotating direction of firstly rotating through the water supply port group and then rotating through the first block group, so that the roller device can be wetted firstly and then scraped and extruded by the first block group, and then the roller device can obtain the effect that the attached dirt is easily removed because the dirt is wetted firstly, thereby improving the cleaning efficiency and improving the defect that the existing dirt is not easily removed.
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FIG. 1 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a conventional roller mop;
FIG. 2 is a perspective view illustrating a first embodiment of the roller mop of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view illustrating a mop head assembly of the first embodiment;
FIG. 4 is an assembled cross-sectional view taken in the front-to-back direction illustrating the mop head assembly;
FIG. 5 is a perspective view illustrating a cleaning plate device of the first embodiment;
FIG. 6 is a top view illustrating the cleaning plate assembly;
FIG. 7 is a fragmentary top plan view illustrating a base plate, a first set of lugs, a second set of lugs, and a set of bars of the cleaning plate apparatus;
FIG. 8 is a sectional view taken along line 8-8 of FIG. 6 and illustrating the relationship of the cleaning panel assembly to a roller assembly by phantom lines, the sectional view being taken through the water guide strip;
FIG. 9 is a fragmentary top plan view illustrating a second embodiment of the roller mop of the present invention; and
FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view illustrating the second embodiment and showing the cleaning plate means in phantom line view relative to the roller means, the cross-section being shown without the water-conducting strip, showing the sides of the water-conducting strip.
Detailed Description
The present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings and embodiments, and it is noted that similar elements are denoted by the same reference numerals in the following description.
Referring to fig. 2, 3 and 4, a first embodiment of the roller mop of the present invention is suitable for a user to clean a surface 21 with water, and comprises a handle device 3 for the user to hold, a mop head device 4 disposed on the bottom side of the handle device 3, a roller device 5 extending along a left-right direction D1 and assembled at the front end of the mop head device 4, a motor device 6 disposed in the mop head device 4 and driving the roller device 5, and a cleaning plate device 7 assembled to the mop head device 4 and capable of cleaning the roller device 5. In the first embodiment, the surface 21 is used as a floor, but the surface 21 can also be a stage surface or a carpet surface 21, and is not limited to the floor. In the following description, the left-right direction D1 is defined through the drawing by the reader who views the drawing.
The grip device 3 comprises a grip holder 31, a water source unit 32 for providing water for mopping, and an electric power unit 33 for providing the electric power required by the motor means 6. The water supply unit 32 has a water supply set 34 disposed in the handle holder 31, and a water supply pipe 35 disposed in the mop head unit 4 and inserted into the cleaning plate unit 7 and connected to the water supply set 34 in liquid communication.
The mop head device 4 includes a housing unit 41, a water collection receptacle 42 provided in the housing unit 41, and a bottom wheel unit 43 assembled to the rear end of the housing unit 41.
The housing unit 41 has a bottom plate 44 with a front end for shaft-mounting the roller device 5, a top seat 45 covering the bottom plate 44, and a top cover set 46 covering the top seat 45.
The rear end of the chassis 44 is provided for the bottom wheel unit 43 to be mounted, and is supported by the bottom wheel unit 43 and the roller device 5 in a matching manner to be spaced apart on the surface 21, and has a rectangular disk-shaped body 441 extending in left and right directions. The top seat 45 has a groove seat portion 452 defining an assembly groove 451. The top cover assembly 46 covers the assembly groove 451, and thus, the components disposed in the assembly groove 451 are prevented from being exposed.
The water collecting seat 42 is disposed in the assembly groove 451, and has a groove seat 422 defining a water collecting groove 421.
The roller device 5 has a wheel axle set 51 for mounting the chassis 44, and a surface cloth 52 wrapped around the outer surface 21 of the wheel axle set 51 and abutting against the cleaning plate device 7.
The motor device 6 has a motor 61 assembled on the body 441 of the chassis 44, and a transmission belt 62 assembled between the axle set 51 and the motor 61.
Referring to fig. 5 to 8, the cleaning plate device 7 includes a base plate 71 disposed in the assembly slot 451 (see fig. 4) of the mop head device 4, a first protrusion set 72 and a second protrusion set 73 protruding downward from the base plate 71 and abutting against the roller device 5 and spaced forward and backward at different heights, and a guide strip set 74 extending backward from the first protrusion set 72 and the second protrusion set 73.
Referring to fig. 4 and 6 to 8, the base plate 71 is located above the roller device 5 and the water collecting base 42, is inclined downward from back to front along a front inclined direction D2, and is formed with a water inlet 711 located at a rear end portion and penetrating up and down to allow the water supply pipe 35 to be inserted therein, a water supply port group 712 located at a front end portion and spaced from the water inlet 711 in a front-back direction, and a first flow passage 713 and a second flow passage 714 extending from the water inlet 711 to the water supply port group 712.
The forward lean direction D2 and a horizontal direction D3 define a forward lean angle a1 of 9.5 degrees, but can be 3-15 degrees in other embodiments of the invention. The water inlet 711 is formed eccentrically at a right portion of the base plate 71. The water inlet 711 supplies water to the top surface of the base plate 71 to flow toward the water supply port group 712. The water supply port group 712 is closely connected to the front of the first block 72 and the rear of the second block 73, and has a plurality of water supply ports 715 arranged at left and right intervals and penetrating vertically. The water supply port 715 is located above the roller device 5 and can supply water to move down from the top surface of the base plate 71 to the roller device 5.
The first runner 713 and the second runner 714 are formed by the top surface of the substrate 71 being inclined in the front-inclined direction D2. The first flow channel 713 at the left is inclined and extended straight to the left, the second flow channel 714 at the right is bent to the left and then inclined and extended straight to the right, so that a first path P1 for the water to move from the water inlet 711 to the water supply port group 712 via the first flow channel 713, and a second path P2 for the water to move from the water inlet 711 to the water supply port group 712 via the second flow channel 714 or the water inlet 711 are substantially equal to each other.
The first bump set 72 is spaced from the second bump set 73 along the arc direction of the roller device 5, is lower than the second bump set 73 and located behind the second bump set 73, and has a plurality of first bumps 721 spaced left and right. Each first protrusion 721 is adjacent to the corresponding water supply port 715 at the rear, and has a bottom slope 722 at the bottom side, and a bottom curved surface 723 extending rearward from the bottom slope 722 and curved to fit the roller device 5 in an arc shape and abutting the roller device 5. That is, each bottom curved surface 723 is located behind a corresponding bottom slope 722.
The second bump group 73 has a plurality of second bumps 731 arranged in a left-right spaced manner. Each second protrusion 731 is staggered with each first protrusion 721 along the left-right direction D1, and cooperates with a corresponding first protrusion 721 to define a shortest spacing distance H1 of 3 mm. In other embodiments of the present invention, the shortest separation distance H1 can be 3mm to 10 mm. Each second protrusion 731 has a bottom slant 732 located at the bottom side, and a bottom curved surface 733 extending from the bottom slant 732 and curved to fit the curvature of the roller device 5 and abutting against the roller device 5. That is, each bottom curved surface 733 is located rearward of the corresponding bottom slope 732.
The guide strip group 74 has a plurality of water guide strips 741 extending from the first protrusion 721 and the second protrusion 731 to the upper side of the water collecting seat 42 in a backward inclined direction D4, and referring to fig. 8 and 10, the water guide strips 741 are convex strips protruding downward. The back-tilt direction D4 defines a back-tilt angle a2 with respect to a horizontal direction D3 of 12 degrees, but can be 3-15 degrees in other embodiments of the invention. The thickness difference H2 between each water guide strip 741 and the corresponding first protrusion 721 or second protrusion 731 is 2mm, specifically, in the present embodiment, at the intersection of the bottom edge of the water guide strip 741 and the first protrusion 721 (or second protrusion 731), the bottom edge of the water guide strip 741 is relatively higher than the bottom edge of the first protrusion 721 (second protrusion 731), which is the aforementioned thickness difference H2, but in other embodiments of the present invention, the thickness difference H2 may also be not greater than 2mm, preferably 1-2 mm, so as to facilitate water guiding.
Referring to fig. 3 and fig. 6 to 8, in the operation of the first embodiment, the motor 61 drives the roller device 5 to rotate through the belt 62, so that the roller device 5 rotates along a first rotation direction D5 from bottom to front and then from top to back. During the rotation process, the roller device 5 is first scraped by the second protrusion 731, then passes through the water supply port 715, and finally is scraped by the first protrusion 721. In the process that the roller device 5 is driven by the motor 61 to rotate continuously, the water supply pipe 35 of the water source unit 32 can deliver water to the top surface of the base plate 71 through the water inlet 711, so that water can flow to the water supply port 715 along the first flow channel 713 and the second flow channel 714, and move downward from the water supply port 715 to dispose the roller device 5.
Therefore, the roller device 5 is primarily scraped and cleaned by the second protrusion 731 during the rotation process, and then is wetted by the water from the water supply port 715. At this time, the dirt attached to the surface cloth 52 of the roller device 5 is more easily scraped and squeezed by the first protrusions 721 together with water after being wetted, and the dirt-containing dirty water scraped and squeezed by the first protrusions 721 or the second protrusions 731 can flow to the water collecting seat 42 along the water guide strip 741 extending obliquely downward and be collected in the water collecting tank 421.
The design of the front inclined angle a1 of 9.5 degrees can allow water to flow to the water supply port 715 at a proper rate. When the angle of the forward-angling angle a1 is greater than 15 degrees, water will flow too quickly and excessively to the water supply port 715, so that the surface cloth 52 and the dragged surface 21 are too wet, and when the angle of the forward-angling a1 is less than 3 degrees, water will not flow easily to the water supply port 715, and the surface cloth 52 is too dry. The first path P1 through which water flows in the first flow path 713 and the second path P2 through which water flows in the second flow path 714 have the same length, so that the water flow time to the water supply port 715 is substantially the same, and the top cloth 52 is uniformly moistened at each portion extending in the axial direction.
The design of the backward inclined angle a2 of 12 degrees can ensure that dirty water flows to the water collecting seat 42 on one hand, and can prevent dirty water from dripping on the roller device 5 or on the surface 21 on the other hand. When the angle of the backward inclined angle a2 is larger than 15 degrees, dirty water is liable to drip on the roller device 5 or the surface 21, and when the angle of the backward inclined angle a2 is smaller than 3 degrees, dirty water is not liable to move toward the water collecting seat 42.
If the thickness difference H2 between each water guide strip 741 and the corresponding first protrusion 721 or second protrusion 731 is greater than 2mm, dirty water is not easily moved from the corresponding first protrusion 721 or second protrusion 731 to the corresponding water guide strip 741, and thus the thickness difference H2 between each water guide strip 741 and the corresponding first protrusion 721 or second protrusion 731 is preferably not greater than 2 mm. The advantage of connecting a water guiding strip 741 to each of the first protrusions 721 and each of the second protrusions 731 is that the water guiding strips 741 are matched to generate a better guiding effect, and prevent dirty water from being thrown to the bottom surface of the base plate 71 by the inertia force of the mopping process and flowing along the bottom surface of the base plate 71 to drip on the surface 21 or back to the roller device 5.
When the shortest distance H1 is greater than 10mm, the first protrusion 721 and the second protrusion 731 have a gap therebetween, and thus the entire surface of the cover 52 cannot be sufficiently cleaned, and when the shortest distance H1 is less than 3mm, the scraped dirty water may be mixed between the first protrusion 721 and the second protrusion 731, and may flow back into the water supply port 715. Therefore, the shortest separation distance H1 is preferably 3mm to 10mm, and more preferably 3mm in the first embodiment.
The bottom inclined planes 722 and 732 of each of the first protruding block 721 and the second protruding block 731, which are located in front of each other, can comb down fibers standing on the surface cloth 52 during the rotation of the roller device 5, so as to facilitate the corresponding bottom curved surfaces 723 and 733 to scrape and squeeze the fibers of the surface cloth 52, thereby effectively squeezing out water and scraping dirt, and also reducing the frictional resistance of the bottom curved surfaces 723 and 733 when scraping and squeezing the surface cloth 52, improving the smoothness of the overall operation, and reducing the operation obstruction of the motor 61.
During mopping, the motor device 6 drives the roller device 5 to rotate along the first rotation direction D5 no matter whether the user pushes or pulls the first embodiment forward, so that the roller device 5 can be cleaned continuously no matter whether the user pushes or pulls the first embodiment forward or backward. The roller device 5 using the cover cloth 52 instead of foam has the advantages that the cover cloth 52 made of cotton fibers has a better dirt adsorption effect, and has a small deformation amount without being shaped by other elements.
In summary, in the roller mop of the present invention, the roller device 5 rotates along the rotation direction that firstly rotates through the water supply port set 712 and then rotates through the first protrusion set 72, so that the roller device can be wetted and then scraped by the first protrusion set 72, thereby obtaining the effect that the attached dirt can be wetted and easily removed, and improving the cleaning efficiency and the defect that the existing dirt is not easily removed.
Referring to fig. 9 and 10, a second embodiment of the roller mop of the present invention is similar to the first embodiment except that the first protrusion set 72 is located in front of the second protrusion set 73, i.e. the first protrusion 721 is located in front of the second protrusion 731, each water supply port 715 of the water supply port set 712 is located immediately behind the corresponding first protrusion 721, the bottom curved surfaces 723, 733 of each first protrusion 721 and each second protrusion 731 extend forward from the corresponding bottom inclined surfaces 722, 732, and the motor device 6 can drive the roller device 5 to rotate along a second rotation direction D6 from bottom to back and then from top to front.
Since the roller device 5 of the second embodiment also rotates through the water supply port set 712 and then the first bump set 72, it also has the advantages of wetting and then scraping off the dirt, which is beneficial to removing the dirt.
It should be understood that the above description is only an embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, and all simple equivalent changes and modifications made according to the claims and the contents of the specification are still included in the scope of the present invention.

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1. A roller mop is suitable for a user to clean a surface by using water and comprises a handle device, a mop head device assembled at the bottom side of the handle device, a roller device which extends along the left-right direction and is assembled at the mop head device and can clean the surface, and a cleaning plate device which is assembled at the mop head device and can clean the roller device, and is characterized in that: the cleaning plate device comprises a base plate and a first lug group, wherein the base plate is positioned above the roller device, the first lug group is downwards extended and abutted against the roller device, a water supply port group capable of supplying water to downwards move to the roller device is formed on the base plate, and the roller device can rotate along the rotation direction of firstly rotating through the water supply port group and then rotating through the first lug group.
2. The roller mop of claim 1, wherein: the cleaning plate device also comprises a second lug group which is extended downwards from the base plate and is abutted against the roller device and is spaced from the first lug group in the front-back direction, and the water supply port group is positioned between the first lug group and the second lug group in the front-back direction.
3. The roller mop of claim 2, wherein: the first bump set and the second bump set are arranged at intervals along the arc direction of the roller device and are not equal in height.
4. The roller mop of claim 2, wherein: the first block set has several first blocks arranged at intervals left and right, the second block set has several second blocks arranged at intervals left and right, and the water supply port set has several water supply ports arranged at intervals left and right and penetrating up and down.
5. The roller mop of claim 4, wherein: each of the first bumps and each of the second bumps are staggered in the left-right direction.
6. The roller mop of claim 4, wherein: the shortest spacing distance defined by each first bump and the adjacent and corresponding second bump is 3 mm-10 mm.
7. The roller mop of claim 4, wherein: the rotating direction is from bottom to front and then from top to back, the first protruding block is positioned behind the second protruding block, and each water supply opening is closely adjacent to and arranged in front of the corresponding first protruding block.
8. The roller mop of claim 7, wherein: each of the first protruding block and the second protruding block is provided with a bottom inclined surface positioned at the bottom side and a bottom curved surface which extends backwards from the bottom inclined surface and is in curved fit with the radian of the roller device and is abutted against the roller device.
9. The roller mop of claim 4, wherein: the rotating direction is from bottom to back and then from top to front, the first protruding block is positioned in front of the second protruding block, and each water supply opening is arranged behind the corresponding first protruding block in an adjacent mode.
10. The roller mop of claim 9, wherein: each of the first protruding block and the second protruding block is provided with a bottom inclined surface positioned at the bottom side and a bottom curved surface which extends forwards from the bottom inclined surface and is in curved fit with the radian of the roller device and is abutted against the roller device.
11. The roller mop of claim 1, wherein: the mop head device comprises a shell unit and a water collecting seat arranged in the shell unit, the shell unit is used for assembling the roller device and the substrate, the water collecting seat is positioned behind the roller device and below the substrate, and the cleaning plate device also comprises a guide strip group which extends backwards from the first lug group to the upper part of the water collecting seat and can supply water to flow from the first lug group to the water collecting seat.
12. The roller mop of claim 11, wherein: the guide bar group extends from front to back in a downward inclined mode.
13. The roller mop of claim 11, wherein: the conducting bar group extends obliquely downwards from front to back along the backward oblique direction, and the backward oblique included angle defined by the backward oblique direction and the horizontal direction is 3-15 degrees.
14. The roller mop of claim 11, wherein: the thickness difference defined by the conducting bar group and the first bump group is not more than 2 mm.
15. The roller mop of claim 1, wherein: the base plate is inclined downwards from back to front, and the top surface can supply water to the water supply port group formed on the front side.
16. The roller mop of claim 15, wherein: the substrate is inclined and extends from back to front and downwards along a front inclined direction, and a front inclined included angle defined by the front inclined direction and the horizontal direction is 3-15 degrees.
17. The roller mop of claim 15, wherein: the water supply port group is provided with a plurality of water supply ports which are arranged at intervals left and right and are vertically communicated, the substrate is also provided with a water inlet which is positioned at the rear end part and is spaced from the front and the rear of the water supply ports, the water inlet is not positioned at the center of the substrate along the left and right directions and can supply water to flow to the top surface of the substrate, the top surface of the substrate is also provided with a plurality of first flow channels for supplying water to flow forwards and downwards to the water supply ports, and a plurality of other second flow channels for supplying water to flow forwards and downwards to the water supply ports, and the first flow channels are substantially equal to the second flow channels.
18. The roller mop of claim 1, wherein: the roller device is provided with a wheel shaft group and a surface cloth which wraps the outer surface of the wheel shaft group and is abutted against the cleaning plate device.
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