CN112568837A - Mop cleaning method - Google Patents

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CN112568837A
CN112568837A CN201910927978.5A CN201910927978A CN112568837A CN 112568837 A CN112568837 A CN 112568837A CN 201910927978 A CN201910927978 A CN 201910927978A CN 112568837 A CN112568837 A CN 112568837A
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姚国辉
任峻杉
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Bazhou Liangjie Household Products 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
    • A47L13/50Auxiliary implements
    • 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
    • A47L13/50Auxiliary implements
    • A47L13/58Wringers for scouring pads, mops, or the like, combined with buckets

Abstract

The invention discloses a mop cleaning method, which comprises a mop head, wherein a wiping material is arranged on the mop head, the wiping material is cleaned on a cleaning device, the cleaning device comprises a driving mechanism and a cleaning barrel, and a water spraying part and a water drainage channel are arranged in the cleaning barrel; when the mop is cleaned, the water spraying part sprays water to the wiper, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate to clean or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiper to clean; after cleaning, the water spraying part stops spraying water, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate so as to dehydrate or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiping object so as to dehydrate. The method always uses clean water to clean the wiping objects, the wiping objects can be dehydrated and dried in situ after being cleaned, the sewage after the wiping objects are cleaned is directly discharged, the water changing operation is omitted, and the method is light and efficient.

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Mop cleaning method
Technical Field
The invention relates to a cleaning method of a mop.
Background
The cleaning of the mop with the rotatable mop head is generally carried out in a mop bucket, and along with the cleaning, clean water of the mop bucket gradually becomes sewage and loses the cleaning function. The ideal cleaning mode is to always clean the mop with clean water to drain the sewage in time, but if the water is changed once when the existing mop bucket is used for cleaning, the operation is heavy, and the water saving is not facilitated. The invention patent application CN 107684406A discloses a cleaning method of a cleaning tool and a corresponding cleaning tool, wherein a mop head rotates in a mop bucket for cleaning, the mop bucket is divided into a clean water area and a sewage area, water is pumped from the clean water area during cleaning to clean the wiping matters, and then the water flows to the sewage area for storage. The cleaning tool has multiple components and complex structure, only partial wiping materials can be soaked firstly, the cleaning efficiency is poor, partial sewage can also fall in a clean water area to cause pollution to clean water, and the mop head can pump water as long as rotating, so that the mop head cannot be dried. Therefore, the cleaning method and the cleaning tool are not ideal.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide a method for cleaning a mop, which is characterized in that a wiping object is always cleaned by clean water, the wiping object can be dewatered and dried in situ after cleaning, sewage after cleaning the wiping object is directly discharged, the water changing operation is omitted, and the method is light and efficient.
In order to achieve the purpose, the invention adopts the following technical scheme:
the mop cleaning method comprises a mop head, wherein the mop head is provided with a wiping material, and the wiping material is cleaned on a cleaning device; when the mop is cleaned, the water spraying part sprays water to the wiper, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate to clean or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiper to clean; after cleaning, the water spraying part stops spraying water, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate so as to dehydrate or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiping object so as to dehydrate.
Preferably, the driving mechanism is a motor arranged above the cleaning barrel, and a connecting device used for connecting the mop head is arranged on an output shaft of the motor.
Preferably, the motor is installed on the lifting frame; before cleaning, the connecting device is positioned above the cleaning barrel, the mop head is arranged on the connecting device, then the lifting frame drives the motor to descend into the cleaning barrel for rotary cleaning or dewatering, and after cleaning, the lifting frame drives the motor to ascend and is positioned above the cleaning barrel so as to take down the mop head.
Preferably, a scraping part is arranged in the cleaning barrel, and when the mop head rotates for cleaning, the scraping part scrapes and decontaminates the wiping materials.
Preferably, the scraping mechanism is a transmission belt arranged in the cleaning barrel, the transmission belt is provided with a scraping part, and the driving mechanism is a transmission belt motor for driving the transmission belt to run.
Preferably, two pairs of driving wheels are arranged on the cleaning barrel, the two driving belts are arranged on the driving wheels in parallel, the scraping part is one or more of a tooth brush, a scraping plate or a hairbrush and is arranged on the driving belt, and the driving belt motor drives the driving wheels to rotate.
Preferably, the cleaning barrel is provided with a rectangular opening, the transmission belt is arranged on the rectangular opening, a supporting point is arranged above the rectangular opening, the mop head is a rectangular flat mop, and the mop head is prevented from being arranged on the supporting point and contacting with the scraping part.
Preferably, the supporting points comprise an upper supporting point and a lower supporting point, the mop head is placed on the upper supporting point to be in first distance contact with the scraping part during cleaning, and the mop head is placed on the lower supporting point to be in second distance contact with the scraping part during dewatering, wherein the second distance is smaller than the first distance.
Be applicable to rotatory mop and flat mop among the above-mentioned technical scheme, to rotatory mop, adopt the wiper of the mode rotation of spraying water towards the wiper to wash, then adopt the drive belt to drive scraping portion scraping wiper and wash the method of spraying water simultaneously to flat mop, sewage after the washing is discharged through drainage channel promptly and is not persisted, sprays dispersion to the wiper with less clear water like this, not only is favorable to the water conservation, can also utilize the impact force of water to promote the cleaning performance to the wiper. The method ensures that the wiping object is cleaned by clean water all the time without changing water, the water spraying part can be directly connected with a tap water which is used as a pressure water source, and the drainage channel can be directly aligned with the floor drain, so that the convenience of operation and the high efficiency of cleaning are enhanced. The scraping part can scrape off attachments such as hair, fibers and sticky objects on the wiping object, and the cleaning effect is further improved by matching with the water spraying cleaning of the water spraying part. According to the method, the motor is adopted to drive the mop to rotate or drive the transmission belt and the scraping part to operate, the telescopic operation of the upper rod and the lower rod which are sleeved with each other in the rotary mop is converted into the rotary motion of the mop head without pressing the upper rod and the lower rod by hands, the mop head of the flat mop is not required to be squeezed up and down on the smoothing opening, and the method is labor-saving, rapid and clean.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a rotary mop cleaning;
FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural view of the water spraying part in a cylindrical shape;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of a structure in which the water spraying part is annular;
FIG. 5 is a schematic view of a disk-shaped water spray part;
FIG. 6 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the cleaning of the flat mop;
FIG. 7 is a schematic view of the drive belt and scraper connection.
Detailed Description
The invention is further illustrated by the following specific examples in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.
Example one
Referring to fig. 1 to 5, the method of cleaning a rotary mop comprises a mop head 1, a mop 2 is arranged on the mop head 1, the mop is generally in the shape of a spike, and the mop 2 is cleaned on a cleaning device 3. The cleaning device 3 comprises a cleaning barrel 301 and a water spraying part 302, the water spraying part 302 comprises a water container 303 and a plurality of spray holes 304 distributed on the water container 303, and a water drainage channel 4 is arranged around the water spraying part 302. If the water spraying part is arranged beside the floor drain, water is directly drained from the drainage channel 4 into the floor drain. The water container 303 is connected to a tap water tap through a pipe, and the tap water tap discharges tap water having a pressure and flushes into the water container 303, and then sprays out toward the wiper from the spray hole 304. Besides tap water as a pressure water source, the water pump can be used for pumping water and supplying the water to the water spraying part. The water spraying part 302 may be a cylinder, such as a square cylinder, a circular cylinder, etc., on which spray holes are arranged at intervals, or may be a ring, on which spray holes are distributed at intervals, or may be a disk, such as a shower head, on which spray holes are distributed uniformly. The spray apertures are generally upwardly disposed so as to spray water toward the wipes on the mop head.
The mop head 1 is detachably mounted on an output shaft of the motor 310, and the motor 310 clamps and drives the mop head 1 to rotate through a connecting device. The connecting device can be in various modes, and only the motor output shaft and the mop head can be connected together to rotate together. For example, the output shaft can be inserted into a handle at the end of a mop head and connected by a pin. Thus, the rotation of the mop head can be realized without arranging a fulcrum in the cleaning barrel.
In the method, the motor 310 is arranged on the lifting frame 311, the lifting frame 311 can be realized by adopting a hydraulic cylinder, for example, the motor 310 is connected with a piston rod through a cross beam, the piston rod is positioned in the hydraulic cylinder, and the piston rod can drive the motor 310 to lift. Before cleaning, the connecting device is positioned above the cleaning barrel and the mop head is arranged on the connecting device, then the lifting frame drives the motor to descend into the cleaning barrel for rotary cleaning or dewatering, and after cleaning, the lifting frame drives the motor to ascend and is positioned above the cleaning barrel so as to take down the mop head. When the wiping material is cleaned, the mop head 1 rotates, clear water is sprayed towards the wiping material from the spray holes 304 and flows out, the wiping material is beaten and cleaned by water flow, the overall cleaning is realized by matching with the direction change of the rotating and swinging of the wiping material, and the cleaned sewage falls down or is swung to the periphery and is discharged from the drainage channel. After cleaning, water supply to the water spraying part is stopped through the water valve, and the mop head drives the wiper to continuously rotate on the fulcrum 301, so that dehydration and spin-drying are realized.
In order to further improve the cleaning effect, a scraping part 7 can be provided for scraping and decontaminating the rotating wiper 2. The scraping part 7 can be a comb-shaped tooth, a scraping plate or a brush, and can be one of the comb-shaped tooth, the scraping plate or the brush, or can be a combination of the brush and the scraping plate, such as the brush and the scraping plate are arranged at the same time. The scraper is favorable for scraping off the adhered objects, and the brush or the brush teeth can scrape off the objects such as scraps, hairs and fibers. The scraping part 7 may be provided on or outside the water spray part, or may be a scraping part in which a nozzle hole of the water spray part is extended upward in the axial direction to form a nozzle tube having a function of scraping teeth. After the wiping materials on the mop head are cleaned and dried, the mop head is arranged on the mop rod to mop the floor.
Example two
Referring to fig. 6 and 7, a method of cleaning a flat mop includes a flat mop head 1 having a wipe 2, typically felt-like, disposed thereon, the wipe 2 being cleaned in a cleaning device 3. The cleaning device 3 comprises a cleaning barrel 301 and a water spraying part 302, wherein the water spraying part 302 comprises a water container 303 and a plurality of spray holes 304 distributed on the water container 303, and a water drainage channel 4 is arranged around the water spraying part 302. If the water spraying part is arranged beside the floor drain, water is directly drained from the drainage channel 4 into the floor drain. The water container 303 is connected to a tap water tap through a pipe, and the tap water tap discharges tap water having a pressure and flushes into the water container 303, and then sprays out toward the wiper from the spray hole 304. Besides tap water as a pressure water source, the water pump can be used for pumping water and supplying the water to the water spraying part. The water spraying part 302 may be a cylinder, such as a square cylinder, a circular cylinder, etc., on which spray holes are arranged at intervals, or may be a ring, on which spray holes are distributed at intervals, or may be a disk, such as a shower head, on which spray holes are distributed uniformly. The spray apertures are generally upwardly disposed so as to spray water toward the wipes on the mop head.
The upper opening of the cleaning barrel 301 is a rectangular opening, two sets of driving wheels 312 are arranged on the rectangular opening, one set of driving wheels is connected with a motor (not shown), two parallel driving belts 313 are arranged on the driving wheels 312, a scraping part 7 is connected between the two driving belts 313, the scraping part 7 can be a comb-shaped brushing tooth, or a scraping plate, or a brush, or one of the two scraping parts can be, or a plurality of types can be comprehensively arranged, for example, the brush and the scraping plate are arranged at the same time. The scraper is favorable for scraping off the adhered objects, and the brush or the brush teeth can scrape off the objects such as scraps, hairs and fibers. When needing to wash, place the top at drive belt and scraping portion with dull and stereotyped mop head, the motor drives drive belt and scraping portion and rotates, and the direct gap of scraping portion on the drive belt is passed to water spray portion spun water and on spouting the wiper, realizes the scraping when the water spray is washd. The water after cleaning the mop head is drained through the drainage channel.
In a preferred embodiment of the invention, a support point 12 is provided at the opening of the mop head, and the support point 12 can be an obliquely arranged clamping strip, so that when the mop head is put in, the mop can be clamped, and the scraping part is contacted with the wiping material to realize washing or drying. It is also possible to adjust the contact tightness between the wiper and the wiping part by holding the mop rod 11 with a hand and applying different forces, thereby satisfying different requirements of cleaning and drying.
The above embodiments are only a few illustrations of the inventive concept and implementation, not limitations thereof, and the technical solutions without substantial changes are still within the scope of protection under the inventive concept.

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1. The mop cleaning method comprises a mop head, wherein the mop head is provided with a wiping material, and the wiping material is cleaned on a cleaning device;
when the mop is cleaned, the water spraying part sprays water to the wiper, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate to clean or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiper to clean; after cleaning, the water spraying part stops spraying water, and the driving mechanism drives the mop head to rotate so as to dehydrate or drives the scraping mechanism to scrape on the wiping object so as to dehydrate.
2. The method as claimed in claim 1, wherein the driving mechanism is a motor disposed above the washing tub, and a connecting device for connecting the mop head is provided on an output shaft of the motor.
3. The method of cleaning a mop of claim 2, wherein the motor is mounted on a crane; before cleaning, the connecting device is positioned above the cleaning barrel, the mop head is arranged on the connecting device, then the lifting frame drives the motor to descend into the cleaning barrel for rotary cleaning or dewatering, and after cleaning, the lifting frame drives the motor to ascend and is positioned above the cleaning barrel so as to take down the mop head.
4. A method as claimed in claim 2 or 3, wherein a scraping portion is provided in the cleaning barrel, and the scraping portion scrapes the wipe to remove dirt when the mop head is rotated for cleaning.
5. The method of claim 1, wherein the scraping mechanism is a belt disposed within the cleaning tub, the belt having a scraping portion thereon, and the driving mechanism is a belt motor for driving the belt.
6. The method as claimed in claim 5, wherein two pairs of driving wheels are provided on the cleaning barrel, two driving belts are provided on the driving wheels in parallel, the scraping part is one or more of a tooth, a scraper or a brush and is provided on the driving belt, and the driving belt motor drives the driving wheels to rotate.
7. The method of claim 6, wherein the cleaning bucket has a rectangular mouth, the belt is disposed over the rectangular mouth, a support point is disposed over the rectangular mouth, and the mop head is a rectangular flat mop, the mop head being prevented from resting on the support point and contacting the scraping portion.
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