10 Qt Sanitizer Round Bucket, Red

SKU: 1834781

Heavy-duty thick wall construction. BRUTE® buckets have molded-in graduations for accurate measuring.

  • 10 QT
  • Includes spout for easy pouring
  • Ideal for mopping

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Heavy-duty thick wall construction. BRUTE® buckets have molded-in graduations for accurate measuring.

Features and Benefits:

  • 10 QT
  • Includes spout for easy pouring
  • Ideal for mopping

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length26.67 cm
Product Width26.04 cm
Product Height10.25 in26.67 cm
Product Weight14.30 lb
Upc00086876216455
Case Pack Length11.82 in30.02 cm
Case Pack Width11.82 in30.02 cm
Case Pack Height33.39 in84.81 cm
Case Pack Weight15.00 lb6.82 kg
Case Pack Quantity12
Ucc10086876216452
Packaging Length26.67 cm
Packaging Width26.04 cm
Packaging Height26.67 cm
Capacity10 qt (US)
ColorRed
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA

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