24 IN Kut A Way® Blend Dust Mop, Blue

SKU: FGK15300BL00

Kut-A-Way® Dust Mop 24" FGK15300 is a cut-end mop excellent for general-purpose dust mopping.

  • Looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop
  • For general-purpose dust mopping
  • Prelaundered and preshrunk
  • Launderable for long product life
  • Envelope-end backing style

Color:
Blue White

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Kut-A-Way® Dust Mop 24" FGK15300 is a cut-end mop excellent for general-purpose dust mopping. Prelaundered and preshrunk. Launderable for long product life. Envelope-end backing style. All sewn construction. Recycled content: colors are up to 65% post-industrial cotton and 35% PET plastic; white is up to 100% post-industrial cotton.

Features and Benefits:

  • Looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop
  • For general-purpose dust mopping
  • Prelaundered and preshrunk
  • Launderable for long product life
  • Envelope-end backing style
  • All sewn construction
  • Recycled content: colors are up to 65% post-industrial cotton and 35% PET plastic; white is up to 100% post-industrial cotton

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length24.00 in60.96 cm
Product Width5.00 in12.70 cm
Product Height4.83 cm
Product Weight11.00 lb0.47 kg
Upc00086876081855
Case Pack Length15.75 in40.01 cm
Case Pack Width18.25 in46.36 cm
Case Pack Height9.38 in23.84 cm
Case Pack Weight12.40 lb5.64 kg
Ucc10086876087366
Case Pack Quantity12
ColorBlue
Material TypeBlend
Country of OriginUSA

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