Slim Jim® Caddy Bag

SKU: 2032951

The Rubbermaid Commercial Slim Jim® Caddy Bag maximizes space efficiency by providing onboard storage for all of the supplies needed for cleaning and liner changes on-the-go.

  • The Slim Jim® Caddy Bag paired with the slim profile of a Slim Jim® container allows for easy maneuvering in the tightest spaces.
  • Features 19 pockets to store and transport common cleaning tools for quick cleanups and mobile waste collection.
  • Durable vinyl construction stands up to the toughest commercial environments and is easy to clean.

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Slim Jim® Caddy Bag maximizes space efficiency by providing onboard storage for all of the supplies needed for cleaning and liner changes on-the-go.

Features and Benefits:

  • The Slim Jim® Caddy Bag paired with the slim profile of a Slim Jim® container allows for easy maneuvering in the tightest spaces.
  • Features 19 pockets to store and transport common cleaning tools for quick cleanups and mobile waste collection.
  • Durable vinyl construction stands up to the toughest commercial environments and is easy to clean.

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length20.13 in
Product Packaging Width20.13 in
Product Packaging Height6.25 in
Product Packaging Weight1.80 lb
Upc00086876238488
Case Pack Length20.00 in508.00 cm
Case Pack Width9.50 in241.30 cm
Case Pack Height16.00 in406.40 cm
Case Pack Weight14.75 lb6.69 kg
Ucc00086876238488
Case Pack Quantity6
ColorYellow
Material TypeResin
Country of OriginChina

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