60 IN Wood Broom Handle, Metal Tip, 15/16 IN, Lacquered

SKU: FG636400LAC

The Rubbermaid Commercial Wood Broom Handle fits Rubbermaid broom heads (sold separately).

  • Threaded tip broom handle.
  • Lacquered wood handle.
  • Threaded metal tip.

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60" Broom Handle FG636400 is a broom handle with a threaded tip. Lacquered wood handle. Threaded metal tip.

Features and Benefits:

  • Threaded tip broom handle.
  • Lacquered wood handle.
  • Threaded metal tip.

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length60.00 in152.40 cm
Product Packaging Width0.90 in2.29 cm
Product Packaging Height0.90 in2.29 cm
Product Packaging Weight1.02 lb0.46 kg
Upc00086876007640
Case Pack Length60.50 in153.67 cm
Case Pack Width4.50 in11.43 cm
Case Pack Height2.50 in6.35 cm
Case Pack Weight12.20 lb5.55 kg
Ucc10086876007647
Case Pack Quantity12
ColorLacquered
Material TypeWood
Country of OriginBrazil

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