The Rubbermaid Commercial Executive Lobby Broom with Vinyl Handle is great for sweeping and cleaning in restaurants, malls, lobbies, and more.
The Rubbermaid Commercial Executive Lobby Broom with Vinyl Handle is great for use in restaurants, malls, lobbies, and more. These brooms are ideal for one-handed sweeping and cleaning under tables, fixtures, and hard to reach areas. Tough polypropylene with flagged bristles trap fine particles to push into a dustpan. The fibers of this push broom will not stain, discolor, or absorb odors. These industrial brooms can be used wet or dry. The dust broom works well with Lobby Pro® Dust Pan (sold separately).
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||7.50 in||19.05 cm|
|Product Width||2.00 in||5.08 cm|
|Product Height||35.00 in||88.90 cm|
|Product Weight||6.60 lb||2.99 kg|
|Case Pack Length||4.72 in||12.00 cm|
|Case Pack Width||9.76 in||24.80 cm|
|Case Pack Height||38.78 in||98.50 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||5.29 lb||2.40 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||6|
|Packaging Length||35.00 in||88.90 cm|
|Packaging Width||7.50 in||19.05 cm|
|Packaging Height||2.00 in||5.08 cm|
|Packaging Weight||0.88 lb||0.40 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
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