Brush Professional Deck Brush 12"

SKU: 1880161

  • Plastic block resists splitting and delaminating
  • Flagged synthetic fibers with palmyra fill help avoid scratching
  • Long-lasting, stain-resistant polypropylene bristles
  • Accepts threaded handles
  • Extension poles and acme-thread Quick-Connect

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Brush Pro Deck Brush 1880161 is a high quality deck brush. Plastic block resists splitting and delaminating. Flagged synthetic fibers with palmyra fill help avoid scratching. Long-lasting, stain-resistant polypropylene bristles. Accepts threaded handles. Extension poles and acme-thread Quick-Connect. Adapter available. Handles sold separately.

Features and Benefits:

  • Plastic block resists splitting and delaminating
  • Flagged synthetic fibers with palmyra fill help avoid scratching
  • Long-lasting, stain-resistant polypropylene bristles
  • Accepts threaded handles
  • Extension poles and acme-thread Quick-Connect
  • Adapter available
  • Handles sold separately

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length12.00 in
Product Width3.60 in
Product Height64.00 in
Product Weight3.00 lb
Case Pack Length68.32 in173.53 cm
Case Pack Width15.07 in38.28 cm
Case Pack Height8.33 in21.16 cm
Case Pack Weight18.00 lb8.17 kg
Case Pack Quantity6
Ucc10086876221425
Packaging Length12.00 in
Packaging Width3.60 in
Packaging Height64.00 in
Packaging Weight3.00 lb
ColorYellow

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