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Gala Jet Spin Mop, Steel Winger & Big Wheels, 2 Microfiber Refills, Floor Cleaning Mop stick with Bucket, Pocha for floor cleaning, Mopping Set (white and blue)

About this item

  • Sturdy mop with steel wringer for floor cleaning (Pocha): a perfect blend of style and comfort, this popular cleaning tool comes with stainless steel wringer, big wheels, and a puller handle to help you clean every area in the house effortlessly.
  • Big wheels and puller handle: comes with big wheels and puller to easily carry the bucket around the house. Makes home cleaning effortless and easy.
  • 180-degree rotating spin mop handle: lightweight and adjustable stainless-steel mop handle reaches corner of the house - like under the table, below the bed, very easily.
  • Water outlet plug: the outlet carries out easy drainage of dirty water from the bucket without using your hands.
  • Microfiber power performance for floor cleaning with magic mop: Microfiber material with its unique feature of deep cleaning helps lift and trap fine dust / dirt particles. Microfiber mop head is machine-washable and reusable! We recommend replacing the mop head refill every 3 months for optimal floor cleaning results
  • Liquid dispenser: add cleaning solution to the water through specially designed liquid dispenser and leave your floors spick-and-span with a tinge of fragrance.
  • Complete mop set for floor cleaning: jet spin mop set comes with 1 Gala steel wringer mop bucket with big wheels,1 Gala stainless steel mop rod, 2 high quality Microfiber Gala mop refill, 1 liquid soap dispenser



About the Brand


A clean environment keeps you in a happy state of mind. When your house is clean you feel happy motivated and healthy. Gala offers advanced and striking products, which are also sturdy and convenient to use for most and hence is one of the go-to brands and the choice of most people for household equipment. Their wide range of stylish and aesthetically pleasing products with modern features make cleaning an easy task along with providing great end results.


Smart, stylish design


A perfect blend of style and comfort, this popular cleaning tool comes with stainless steel wringer, big wheels, and a puller handle to help you clean every area in the house effortlessly.


Wheels & puller handle for effortless mobility


Comes with easy wheels and puller to easily carry the bucket around the house.


Easy drainage plug


The outlet carries out easy drainage of dirty water from the bucket without using your hands.


High-quality stainless steel wringer


High Quality Sting winger for long lasting cleaning


Smart & convenient liquid dispenser


Add cleaning solution to the water through specially designed liquid dispenser, and leave your floors spick and span with a tinge of fragrance.


Deep Cleaning Microfiber


Microfiber material with its unique feature of deep cleaning helps lift and trap fine dust / dirt particles.



What to look for when buying a mop machine in India?

  • Dry vs. wet: A dry mop won’t replace a wet mop, but it’s a great addition to quickly nab dirt and debris before wet mopping. If storage space is a concern, some mops have the option of wet and dry pads that attach to the mop and are interchangeable.
  • Mop head width: Mops with a larger head can cover more ground and help cut down on cleaning time but may not be able to navigate corners and smaller spaces as easily as a more compact mop head.
  • Disposable vs. washable mop pads: Disposable mop cloths are convenient and take the worry out of wondering if your mop is sanitary. However, you will need to buy refills when you run out. Washable mop cloths and heads can be used over and over. Simply toss the reusable cloth in the wash and dry per the directions.
  • Cost of refills: Most mops with disposable cloths require refills specific to the mop brand, and some also require a cleaning solution refill. Over time both of these can get pricey but may be a good option for someone who does not want to worry about storing a damp mop or likes the convenience of disposables.
  • Replacement heads: With repeated use over a long period of time, mops become dingy and may lose their effectiveness. You may want to consider a mop that has a replaceable head option so that when it’s time for a new mop, you can replace the head rather than the whole mop.
  • Type of floor: When shopping for a mop, make sure the mop head material and any cleaning solution it may come with are compatible with your floor. Certain types of floors like hardwood or natural stone may not be compatible with all cleaning solutions or harsh scrubbers. If you’re in doubt, be sure to check with the flooring brand as some types of mops, such as steam mops can void the warranty if the floor gets damaged from it.


What's the best type of mop?

The most effective type of mop is the one that works best for your specific floor — there isn't a one size fits all solution, and each type of mop on the market has its own advantages.

  • Steam mop: If you’re looking to kill germs on your floors without the use of cleaning solutions, a steam mop is the answer. It can reach high enough temperatures to kill bacteria on hard floors in areas that may need more attention like bathroom floors and pet areas. They are also very effective at loosening sticky messes like jelly or muddy footprints without the scrubbing regular mops require. The one downside: We don’t recommend steam mops for hardwood floors. Few hardwood floors are in perfectly sealed condition and if steam seeps under the finish, it can damage them.
  • Spray mop: Spray mops are a great way to wash away grime and clean sticky stains from floors without the mess of a water-filled bucket. Plus, because you control how much cleaner is dispensed, they are a safe and easy way to prevent over-wetting and damaging wood floors. Simply pop on a pre-filled canister of cleaning solution or fill the onboard bottle with your own water and cleaner mix. Then, just spray and mop. Spray mops use disposable or washable microfiber pads.
  • Dust mop: A dust mop is an excellent option for picking up dirt and debris. It's lightweight and easy to maneuver, especially if you don’t feel like lugging out the vacuum. Since most dust mops are made with microfiber materials they are also a good option for floors that may scuff easily with a vacuum. They take either disposable or washable microfiber pads and because they are so slim and flat, they can slip into tight spaces and under low furniture where a vacuum often can’t go. Dust mops can also be used to clean baseboards, crown moldings and walls.
  • Sponge mop: These mops come in handy when cleaning up a big spill since sponges absorb a lot of liquid fast. Most sponge mops are also slim and lightweight making them a good option for someone who finds other types of mops too heavy or cumbersome to use or doesn't want to deal with disposable or washable pads. They come with either a roller or butterfly wringing design, and it can require a fair bit of strength to thoroughly squeeze out the sponge. Be sure to rinse them well before storing them to control germ growth and odors. Once the sponge mop head gets too dirty to use or it falls apart, it’s time to replace it.
  • Vacuum mop: The newest category of floor cleaning appliance, vacuum mops can pick up dry dirt, wet messes and wet-clean floors all at the same time. They are revolutionizing the way we wash floors. Most are rechargeable, have separate clean and dirty water tanks and mop floors by dispensing a cleaning solution onto the floor via a spinning microfiber brush roll. Self-cleaning models are the easiest to maintain and most have app connections, multiple cleaning modes and voice prompts to guide you. They are convenient, easy to use and always ready when you need them.
  • Spin mop: Spin mops come two ways. They can be manual or electric. They either have round heads with microfiber strings that clean in all directions or they are electric appliances with spinning microfiber pads.


How well do mops remove bacteria and germs?

Steam mops can sanitize floors because they reach temperatures high enough to kill germs. With the exception of steam mops, other types of mops will remove dirt and debris and wash away some germs, but they don’t actually kill bacteria or viruses. In order to kill germs and bacteria, you need to use a steam mop and pass it across the floor slowly enough to give the steam time to work. Or use a floor cleaning solution that has germ-killing ingredients, following label directions.


Take note though: Most steam mops are generally safe for sheet vinyl, ceramic and porcelain tile floors, however, they may damage wood or laminate floors — so be sure to check with your flooring brand to confirm if steam mops can be used and that doing so won't void your floor's warranty. Also, be sure to check that your cleaning solution is compatible with your floor type.


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