Congratulations Welcome Kit Ettore
- Includes 10 and 18 inch Pro Grip T Bars.
- Also includes a 10 inch Golden Glove Sleeve constructed using microfiber material for long lasting water retention, and an 18 inch Mighty Sleeve.
- Also includes 12 and 18 inch Brass Channels.
- Also includes a Pro Grip Handle featuring ergonomic design with quick release and no-slip grip, and a Pro and Super System Handle.
- Lastly includes a Sidekick Holster with a belt to easily transport and store window cleaning materials .
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The Ettore Congratulations Welcome Kit includes the basic tools for starters whom are trying to enter the window cleaning industry.
Ettore Welcome Kit includes the basic tools for starters whom are trying to enter the window cleaning industry.
The kit includes two handles and can be combined with the two channels that are also included in the kit.
Before squeegeeing a window you would have to wash the window and this kit provides two washer with different lengths.
Lastly, a sidekick holster that is universal is included so the window cleaner can store its tools by one side of his body.
- Pro+ Handle features ergonomic design with quick release and no-slip grip
- ProGrip Handle features large rubberized grip for extended use
- 12 and 18 inch brass channels
- 10 and 18 Golden Glove washer made out of microfiber material for long lasting water retention
- Sidekick Holster with belt to store you window cleaning tools for easier transportation
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