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* ''Manga/X1999'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.

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* ''Manga/X1999'': ''Manga/{{X1999}}'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.


* ''Manga/{{X1999}}'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.

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* ''Manga/{{X1999}}'': ''Manga/X1999'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.


* Rick the Hamster can do this (with Kirby as the mop) with a certain ability in ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand 3'' on the SuperNintendo.

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* Rick the Hamster can do this (with Kirby as the mop) with a certain ability in ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand 3'' on the SuperNintendo.UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo.


* {{Filler}} episode 312 of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Soi Fon doing this - but because she's Soi Fon, the "sprint" turns into TheFlash-style superspeed.

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* {{Filler}} episode 312 of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Soi Fon doing this - but because she's Soi Fon, the "sprint" turns into TheFlash-style ComicBook/TheFlash-style superspeed.


* {{Filler}} episode 312 of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Soi Fon doing this - but because she's [[{{Badass}} Soi Fon]], the "sprint" turns into TheFlash-style superspeed.

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* {{Filler}} episode 312 of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Soi Fon doing this - but because she's [[{{Badass}} Soi Fon]], Fon, the "sprint" turns into TheFlash-style superspeed.


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* Done by the main characters in ''Manga/{{Amaenaideyo}}'' on occasion.

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* Done by the main characters in ''Manga/{{Amaenaideyo}}'' ''Manga/AhMyBuddha'' on occasion.


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* Rick the Hamster can do this (with Kirby as the mop) with a certain ability in ''Kirby's Dream Land 3'' on the Super Nintendo.


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* ''SpiritedAway'': This is how the bathhouse workers clean. To demonstrate Chihiro/Sen's status as the new girl, she's shown lagging behind as the rest of the workers sprint past her twice.
* ''{{X 1999}}'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.

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* ''SpiritedAway'': ''Anime/SpiritedAway'': This is how the bathhouse workers clean. To demonstrate Chihiro/Sen's status as the new girl, she's shown lagging behind as the rest of the workers sprint past her twice.
* ''{{X 1999}}'': ''Manga/{{X1999}}'': Sorata is shown cleaning his temple this way.



* For a Real Life example, recruits going through basic training in the United States Marine Corps use this in place of mops to clean the floor of their squad bays each morning. This is done for a few reasons: it builds discipline, it acts as a form of exercise, and it actually gets the job done faster than a mop and bucket.
* Done by Jan as a form of [[WaxOnWaxOff training]] using weighted cloths in an early episode of Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger.

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going through basic training in the United States Marine Corps use this in place of mops to clean the floor of their squad bays each morning. This is done for a few reasons: it builds discipline, it acts as a form of exercise, and it actually gets the job done faster than a mop and bucket.
* Done by Jan as a form of [[WaxOnWaxOff training]] using weighted cloths in an early episode of Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger.
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* Happens in ''RurouniKenshin''.
* Seen in ''LoveHina'' as part of Motoko's efforts to "become a normal woman" after she (temporarily) abandons bushido.

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* Happens in ''RurouniKenshin''.
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* Seen in ''LoveHina'' ''Manga/LoveHina'' as part of Motoko's efforts to "become a normal woman" after she (temporarily) abandons bushido.



* This how the two girls clean house in ''MyNeighborTotoro'' as well.

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* This how the two girls clean house in ''MyNeighborTotoro'' ''Anime/MyNeighborTotoro'' as well.


* In ''[[HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe Harukanaru Toki no Naka de - Maihitoyo]]'' Akane is spotted doing this at one point (nearly running over Shimon in the process).

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* In ''[[HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe ''[[VideoGame/HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe Harukanaru Toki no Naka de - Maihitoyo]]'' Akane is spotted doing this at one point (nearly running over Shimon in the process).

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* In ''Anime/FromUpOnPoppyHill'', during the remodeling of Quartier Latin, a few background characters are seen doing this.


* Lucy (as Nyu) does this in the ''ElfenLied'' anime. In the OVA, Nana tries this, but trips and [[ArtificialLimbs loses her arms]].

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* Lucy (as Nyu) does this in the ''ElfenLied'' ''Manga/ElfenLied'' anime. In the OVA, Nana tries this, but trips and [[ArtificialLimbs loses her arms]].

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