Over The Spill Pads Tablet, Yellow

SKU: FG425400YEL

Contains 22 absorbent pads that soak up water and oil quickly and completely for an effective way to deal with spills.

  • Pads resist slipping while the universal caution symbol and “Caution Wet Floor” message in English and Spanish to alert pedestrians
  • Tablet backing is constructed of corrugated plastic and mounts on flat surface or affixes to floor sign
  • Each caution sign pad absorbs up to 12 oz. of fluid for robust cleanups
  • Tear-off pads are constructed of melt-blown polypropylene for added strength and absorbency
  • Each absorbent pad measures 16-inches long x 12.6-inches wide

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Over the Spill Tablet contains 22 absorbent pads that soak up water and oil quickly and completely for an effective way to deal with spills.

Features and Benefits:

  • Pads resist slipping while the universal caution symbol and “Caution Wet Floor” message in English and Spanish to alert pedestrians
  • Tablet backing is constructed of corrugated plastic and mounts on flat surface or affixes to floor sign
  • Each caution sign pad absorbs up to 12 oz. of fluid for robust cleanups
  • Tear-off pads are constructed of melt-blown polypropylene for added strength and absorbency
  • Each absorbent pad measures 16-inches long x 12.6-inches wide

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length16.50 in41.91 cm
Product Width14.00 in35.56 cm
Product Height0.25 cm
Product Weight20.00 lb0.63 kg
Upc00086876162516
Case Pack Length14.57 in37.00 cm
Case Pack Width17.72 in45.00 cm
Case Pack Height16.54 in42.00 cm
Case Pack Weight16.65 lb7.57 kg
Case Pack Quantity12
Ucc10086876162513
Packaging Length16.50 in41.91 cm
Packaging Width14.00 in35.56 cm
Packaging Height0.10 in0.25 cm
Packaging Weight1.39 lb0.63 kg
ColorYellow
Material TypeMelt-Blown Polypropylene
Country of OriginUSA

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