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the description says it is washable. For my microfiber items I :

NEVER use bleach
NEVER use softener in the washer or dryer

I also have some that I put into a pot of boiling water and squish around with a wooden spoon then hang dry.
 

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The only way to rinse those between areas is to take it off and rinse it by hand, then put it back on. That's why I don't like them. It helps some if you get a couple of extra pads. Then you can just take off the dirty one and put on a clean one. When you're done mopping, wash them all.

Personally I prefer the Libman Wonder Mop. It works more like an old-fashioned string mop, but you can rinse it in a bucket between areas and when you done you can remove the head and wash it in the machine.

Amazon.com - Libman Wonder Mop - Wet Mops
 
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