The simple mop – vastly improved

Shurhold Mop

Nov 14, 2023

Expert marine detailers often make their job look easy, while achieving impressive results. When asked, they’ll often share their secret: they only use premium tools like the new Wave Mop from Shurhold. Based on a former star in the line, the new Wave Mop is destined to become the standard in ultimate boat mops.

The premium PVA material features an exclusive wave pattern that not only holds a lot of water, but also wrings out quickly. The innovative texture breaks the surface tension, so the mop glides smoothly without sticking, yet is easy to get into tight spaces. Because it’s often stored damp, mold- and mildew-resistance is built in. Shurhold’s Wave Mop­ is proudly made in the USA.

The Standard Wave Mop Head’s substantial number of extremely durable PVA strips provide 10% more surface cleaning area than its closest competitor. The XL version offers 22% more. The generous amount of material makes the Wave Mop perfect for overhead use, where common mop heads would ineffectively droop away from the surface.
The Standard and XL Wave Mop Heads attach quickly onto any Shurhold handle with the exclusive SHUR-LOK system. The XL Mop Head is also available attached to a 5′ or 6′ wooden handle with a durable painted white finish.

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