SprayPro Inox

Floor cleaning made easy

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SprayPro Inox is ideal for use within General Building and HoReCa areas, where it works on all types of floors. As you control the water release onto the floor it can be used for wet, damp and dry mopping.

There is a wide range of mop pads available for use with SprayPro. From the high performance of Trio and MicroSpeed Plus to the economy of Contract and MicroLite, we have a mop that meets your requirements in terms of application, performance or budgets.

Product Code Name Colour Size Pieces Packs BCU
151515 SprayPro Inox Handle silver 145 cm 1 10 143003
145094SprayPro Ultraspeed Kit(w/ Microplus)silver145 cm31145095

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SprayPro Inox

SprayPro is the professional, ready-to-use floor cleaning system containing all you need for bucket free mopping. Just fill the handle with water and you have everything you need to clean hard flooring and staircases in one easy-to-use unit.

Designed to work with all Vileda Professional mopping systems it easily adapts to your needs, whatever the cleaning task or on-site conditions.

It is so easy to use that it requires no training. Simply fill the handle with water/solution, close the cap and you’re ready to clean. To add more water to the floor just pull the trigger and continue mopping. This simplicity makes it ideal for use by professional and semi-professional cleaners.

SprayPro is a self-contained unit so there is no need for time consuming wringing of mops or filling and emptying heavy buckets with water.

Also its small size makes it ideal where  lack of storage space is an issue.

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