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Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Blue

Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Blue

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This colour coded bucket features an easy to use wringer for use with Abbey Hygiene Prairie Mops for medium to larger floor areas. The curved bucket enables easy mopping and has eye-catching caution sign printed on both outer sides. The clip holds the mop handle in place when not in use. Features wheel buffers to prevent damage and 3" easy manoeuvrable wheels.

Code: 651195000

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£49.95 Each (ex. VAT)

£59.94 inc. VAT
Colour Blue
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Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Blue

This colour coded bucket features an easy to use wringer for use with Abbey Hygiene Prairie Mops for medium to larger floor areas. The curved bucket enables easy mopping and has eye-catching caution sign printed on both outer sides. The clip holds the mop handle in place when not in use. Features wheel buffers to prevent damage and 3" easy manoeuvrable wheels.

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