Definition of Dust mop
1. Noun. A dry swab for dusting floors.
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Literary usage of Dust mop
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1. The Up-to-date Waitress by Janet McKenzie Hill (1906)
"Care of Bristle Brush, dust mop (Soft Cotton String), and Weighted Brush The ... Shake the dust mop every time it is used. Twice a month soak in water to ..."
2. Elementary Home Economics: First Lessons in Sewing and Textiles, Foods and by Mary Lockwood Matthews (1921)
"The daily cleaning will consist of using the dust mop on hard-wood or painted floors; perhaps it will be necessary to run the sweeper over some of the rugs, ..."
3. Home Economics: A Guide to Household Management, Including the Proper by Maria Parola (1906)
"When a room is not used much the dust-mop is all that is required. If there are spots on the floor, they should be rubbed with a piece of flannel or 'with a ..."
4. Home Economics: A Guide to Household Management by Maria Parloa (1906)
"If the room is much used, it must be swept first with a soft hair brush, then wiped with a long-handled dust-mop of floor™ which comes for this purpose and ..."
5. Housewifery: A Manual and Text Book of Practical Housekeeping by Lydia Ray Balderston (1921)
"A plain deck mop, one with strings fastened in a circle around a wooden handle, makes a good dry dust mop. A second type is the broad flat mop; ..."
6. Elements of the Theory and Practice of Cookery: A Textbook of Domestic by Mary Emma Williams, Katharine Rolston Fisher (1916)
"The scrubbing-brush should be of a size and shape to be easily grasped by the hand that is to wield it. Labor-savers. — A dust-mop is ..."