Microfiber Finish Bucket, With Wringer, Blue

SKU: FGQ93000BLUE

The Rubbermaid Commercial Microfiber Finish Mop Bucket with Wringer allows for easy, "no touch" wringing in the blue color most often associated with finish application.

  • Color-coded blue to visually differentiate use
  • Handle stay keeps mop upright and ready to use
  • "Washboard surface" effectively removes dirt and debris from mop pads before wringing
  • Twist-valve empties contents without lifting
  • Smooth, non-porous surface helps prevent bacterial growth and cleans up easily

Color:
Blue
Executive Series:

Qty

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Microfiber Finish Mop Bucket with Wringer allows for easy, "no touch" wringing in the blue color most often associated with finish application.

Features and Benefits:

  • Color-coded blue to visually differentiate use
  • Handle stay keeps mop upright and ready to use
  • "Washboard surface" effectively removes dirt and debris from mop pads before wringing
  • Twist-valve empties contents without lifting
  • Smooth, non-porous surface helps prevent bacterial growth and cleans up easily
  • Made in the USA

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length26.70 in67.81 cm
Product Packaging Width15.20 in38.60 cm
Product Packaging Height12.89 in32.74 cm
Upc00086876176858
Case Pack Length26.70 in67.81 cm
Case Pack Width15.25 in38.74 cm
Case Pack Height16.63 in42.23 cm
Case Pack Weight11.40 lb5.17 kg
Ucc00086876176858
Case Pack Quantity1
ColorBlue
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA

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