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Holster Sidekick Black w/detach clip

Quick Overview

  • Dripless tool holster; Separate holders for scrubber and squeegee.
  • Detachable belt clip; Works for left or right hip.
  • Ettore Sidekick – Tools not Included. Now with improved plastic body, the Sidekick holds squeegee and washer – with quick release belt-clip.
  • For both left and right hand use. Colour: Black.
  • Please note: The Ettore Sidekick is not suitable for use with 50mm 2? wide webbing belts.

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Item #: 48-11  UPC : 0326110204127  MPN : 02041
Original Price: $27.55
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Holster Sidekick Black w/detach clip

Put your squeegee, washer, and a mini-bucket on your hip.

Accepts any brand of squeegee and strip washer up to 18".

Reversible design for left or right hander's.

(Belt and tools not included)

Put your bucket on your hip! Black high impact plastic - back by popular demand. Universal - Holds all brands of squeegees! Reversible - For right or left-handers.

  • Use as a bucket on your hip
  • Detachable clip
  • Holds Scrubber and Squeegee
  • Reversible for left or right side
Manufacturer Part Number: 02041
Item Code:48-11
CATEGORIES:Buckets On A Belt - Holsters

What is a Ettore SideKick 02041?

It is the Ettore version of the original Unger Bucket on a Belt. The SideKick 02041 will hold one Applicator (the tool for wetting the window with detergent), one Squeegee (the tool for removing the soapy detergent). The Ettore SideKick is designed to be carried around on a belt about the waist.

Why do I need one?

It looks good and keeps things tidy. Also it is a convenient way to carry window cleaning tools without having to carry a bucket. It is also bonus for ladder work as only one hand is required to use it.
Colour: Smart black

Why the EttoreSideKick?

Here are a few of the reasons. you can use it whether left or rifgt handed. It has a quick release belt clip so that the bucket part can be removed when travelling. The low centre of gravity means that it will tend to stay vertical and not wet your leg when you walk or climb a ladder. One negaive point, it does not hold a pocket scaper.

Do I still need a window cleaning bucket? 

Yes. The Applicator will need rinsed and wetted frequently. The Ettore Sidekick 02041 cannot do that effectively.

What size of Applicator will fit in a Ettore SideKick? 

The 'best fit' size is 14" 35cm, with 10" 25cm coming a close second. Larger Applicators (18" 45cm and above) will fit but can stick up and soak your clothes or catch your arm. Small Applicators (6" 15cm) are a bit too small to stay in the SideKick safely.

What size of Squeegee fit in a Ettore SideKick? 

Most standard Stainless Steel and Brass Squeegees between 10" 25cm and 16" 40cm will sit well in the Ettore SideKick. The problem with smaller Squeegees is that they can fall out easily. And the problem with larger Squeegees is that they can catch on your arm as you move because they stick up to high. Please note: Not all Squeegees fit: Among the Squeegees that do not fit are any using the following Channels, Unger Ninja and the Pulex Alumax Channels.

Care of your Ettore SideKick: Dirty water from the Applicator can gather in the bucket part, so give it a wash and rinse out with warm water after use.

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