Floor Squeegee,Alum,Strt, HD 24in, Ettor
- Sturdy construction means years of use. Move large quantities of liquid with single pass
- 24-Inch straight squeegee. Replaceable neoprene blade
- Ettore straight and curved aluminum floor squeegees make quick work of any surface from cement to linoleum.
- Heavy Duty Aluminum Floor Squeegee Light weight, yet rugged. Neoprene rubber blade.
Floor Squeegee, Alum,Strt, HD 24in, Ettor
Easily push large volumes of water.
Ettore offers a complete assortment of floor squeegees to help clean up virtually any situation.
Our policy of build, test, and spec, applies to all of our products, including floor care tools.
Galvanized Steel Construction Resists Corrosion.
Replaceable Chemical-Resistant Neoprene Blade.
Moves Large Quantities of Water and Other Fluids.
Stands up to Most Chemicals, Paints and Solvents.
Application Deck, Garage, Driveway, Sidewalk, Industrial Site, Plant, Factory, Agricultural
Floor Squeegee| Type Floor Squeegee, Heavy Duty| Blade Style Straight| Material Aluminum| Blade Material Neoprene| Length 24 Inch| Application Deck, Garage, Driveway, Sidewalk, Industrial Site, Plant, Factory, Agricultural
- 24-inch Aluminum Floor Squeegee - Straight; pole sold separately
- Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion; replaceable chemical-resistant neoprene blade
- Perfect for decks, garage, driveways, construction sites, plants, factories, agricultural, etc.
- Moves large quantities of water and other fluids; stands up to most chemicals, paints, and solvents
Package Quantity : 1
Size : 24-Inch
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