48" Trapper® Blend Dust Mop, Yellow

SKU: FGJ15700YL00

Trapper® Dust Mop 48" FGJ15700 is a looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop for general-purpose dust mopping.

  • Looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop
  • For general-purpose dust mopping
  • Pretreated, preshrunk, and fully launderable for long product life
  • Slip-on backing for easy setup
  • All-sewn construction

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Trapper® Dust Mop 48" FGJ15700 is a looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop for general-purpose dust mopping. Pretreated, preshrunk, and fully launderable for long product life. Slip-on backing for easy setup. All-sewn construction. Recycled content: up to 65% post-industrial cotton and 35% PET plastic.

Features and Benefits:

  • Looped-end, balanced-blend dust mop
  • For general-purpose dust mopping
  • Pretreated, preshrunk, and fully launderable for long product life
  • Slip-on backing for easy setup
  • All-sewn construction
  • Recycled content: up to 65% post-industrial cotton and 35% PET plastic

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length48.00 in121.92 cm
Product Width5.00 in12.70 cm
Product Height2.00 in5.08 cm
Product Weight1.75 lb0.79 kg
Case Pack Length20.25 in51.44 cm
Case Pack Width19.00 in48.26 cm
Case Pack Height15.50 in39.37 cm
Case Pack Weight14.57 lb6.61 kg
Case Pack Quantity12
Ucc10086876051008
Packaging Length48.00 in121.92 cm
Packaging Width5.00 in12.70 cm
Packaging Height2.00 in5.08 cm
Packaging Weight1.75 lb0.79 kg
ColorYellow
Material TypeBlend

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