Mini Over The Spill Pads Tablet, Yellow

SKU: FG425500YEL

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

  • Mini perforated pads are attached to a calendar hook that attaches easily to walls or flat surfaces
  • Easily tear off a pad when needed
  • Slip-resistant pads quickly cover spills and alert pedestrians
  • Each yellow pad is coded with universal caution symbol and “Caution Wet Floor” message in English and Spanish
  • Dispensing station mounts on flat surfaces

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

Features and Benefits:

  • Mini perforated pads are attached to a calendar hook that attaches easily to walls or flat surfaces
  • Easily tear off a pad when needed
  • Slip-resistant pads quickly cover spills and alert pedestrians
  • Each yellow pad is coded with universal caution symbol and “Caution Wet Floor” message in English and Spanish
  • Dispensing station mounts on flat surfaces
  • Includes 22 pads

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length17.00 in43.18 cm
Product Width7.00 in17.78 cm
Product Height1.25 in3.30 cm
Product Weight8.70 lb0.27 kg
Upc00086876193589
Case Pack Length17.13 in43.50 cm
Case Pack Width15.00 in38.10 cm
Case Pack Height8.75 in22.23 cm
Case Pack Weight8.90 lb4.05 kg
Case Pack Quantity12
Ucc10086876193586
Packaging Length17.00 in43.18 cm
Packaging Width7.00 in17.78 cm
Packaging Height1.30 in3.30 cm
Packaging Weight0.60 lb0.27 kg
ColorYellow
Material TypeMelt-Blown Polypropylene
Country of OriginUSA

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