The High-Capacity Janitorial Cleaning Cart offers 40% more space than traditional cleaning carts to save time retrieving supplies.
Rubbermaid Commercial High-Capacity Janitorial Cleaning Cart offers 40% more space than traditional cleaning carts to save time retrieving supplies. This flexible, high-capacity cart is a storage solution and tool organizer that makes it efficient to collect waste and transport cleaning equipment. Customize and stock this cleaning cart in a way that best suits your needs.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||49.75 in||126.37 cm|
|Product Width||22.29 in||56.62 cm|
|Product Height||44.13 in||112.08 cm|
|Product Weight||50.00 lb||22.68 kg|
|Case Pack Length||38.70 in||98.30 cm|
|Case Pack Width||22.70 in||57.66 cm|
|Case Pack Height||20.70 in||52.58 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||45.00 lb||20.41 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||49.75 in||126.37 cm|
|Packaging Width||22.29 in||56.62 cm|
|Packaging Height||44.13 in||112.08 cm|
|Packaging Weight||50.00 lb||22.68 kg|
|Country of Origin||USA|
Modular Janitorial Cleaning Cart - Brochure
Janitorial Cleaning Cart – High Capacity Assembly Instructions
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