Skip to content Skip to navigation menu

Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Red

Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Red

Exclusive Brand

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: 651194000

Exclusive Brand

£49.95 Each (ex. VAT)

£59.94 inc. VAT
Colour Red
- +

Kentucky Bison Bucket & Wringer (24 Litre) - Red

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.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Exclusive Brand
Manufacturer Code 651194000

No videos available for this product

Reviews for this product

3 of 3 news itemsRelated news for this product

Posted on 12/09/2017Health and safety award goes to Cheshire hospital Read more

NHS trust workers in charge of Leighton Hospital in Crewe, Cheshire have been recognised with a UK health and safety award. The 2017 RoSPA Health and Safety Awards named Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS... Read more


Posted on 10/09/2017Firm handed £450K fine after employee killed by forklift Read more

A Derbyshire company was recently hit with a £450K fine after a worker was killed when driving a forklift truck. Ben Pallier-Singleton, 19, passed away after the forklift turned over at Vinyl Compound... Read more


Posted on 08/09/2017Scottish council handed five-figure fine following ladder fall Read more

West Lothian Council has been handed a £10,000 fine after health and safety omissions that resulted in an employee undergoing distress and serious injuries in the workplace. Joseph Poterala was ... Read more


Login to start product discussions Discussions for this product

 

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________