18 IN Plastic Scrub and Dry Squeegee, Dual Moss Rubber, Black

SKU: FG9C4200BLA

This squeegee features a plastic base. The blade is dual moss rubber. Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool. It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.

  • This squeegee features a plastic base. The blade is dual moss rubber. Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool. It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.
  • This squeegee features a plastic base.
  • The blade is dual moss rubber.
  • Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool.
  • It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.

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This squeegee features a plastic base. The blade is dual moss rubber. Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool. It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.

Features and Benefits:

  • This squeegee features a plastic base. The blade is dual moss rubber. Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool. It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.
  • This squeegee features a plastic base.
  • The blade is dual moss rubber.
  • Great for those who want cleaning and drying in the same tool.
  • It features a plastic base and a row of long scrubbing bristles.

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length18.00 in45.72 cm
Product Width2.30 in5.84 cm
Product Height3.50 in8.89 cm
Product Weight7.00 lb
Upc00086876170818
Case Pack Length19.50 in49.53 cm
Case Pack Width6.63 in16.83 cm
Case Pack Height16.38 in41.59 cm
Case Pack Weight5.40 lb2.45 kg
Case Pack Quantity10
Ucc10086876170815
Packaging Length45.72 cm
Packaging Width5.84 cm
Packaging Height8.89 cm
ColorBlack
Material TypeRubber
Country of OriginBelgium

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