HYGEN™ Microfiber Flexi Wand Dusting Sleeve, Green

SKU: FGQ85100GR00

The Rubbermaid Commercial HYGEN™ Microfiber Flexi-Wand Dusting Sleeve is made of a high-pile split microfiber that provides more dusting coverage than low-pile microfiber.

  • Made of a high-pile split microfiber that provides more dusting coverage than low-pile microfiber.
  • Good for dry dusting of fine dust and dirt.
  • It can withstand more than 500 launderings (200 with bleach).
  • 22.7 inches long by 3.25 inches wide by 0.75 inches high.
  • For use with Rubbermaid FGQ85000 flexible dusting wand (sold separately).

Color:
Green White

Executive Series:

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The Rubbermaid Commercial HYGEN™ Microfiber Flexi-Wand Dusting Sleeve is made of a high-pile split microfiber that provides more dusting coverage than low-pile microfiber. It is good for dry dusting of fine dust and dirt.

Features and Benefits:

  • Made of a high-pile split microfiber that provides more dusting coverage than low-pile microfiber.
  • Good for dry dusting of fine dust and dirt.
  • It can withstand more than 500 launderings (200 with bleach).
  • 22.7 inches long by 3.25 inches wide by 0.75 inches high.
  • For use with Rubbermaid FGQ85000 flexible dusting wand (sold separately).

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length22.70 in57.66 cm
Product Packaging Width3.25 in8.26 cm
Product Packaging Height0.75 in1.91 cm
Upc00086876174984
Case Pack Length12.21 in31.00 cm
Case Pack Width7.01 in17.80 cm
Case Pack Height4.69 in11.90 cm
Case Pack Weight0.82 lb0.37 kg
Ucc10086876174981
Case Pack Quantity6
ColorGreen
Material TypeMicrofiber
Country of OriginIndonesia

Documents

HYGEN Product Use - Manual


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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