SW31315

Swobbit Aquazorber Drying Mop

Swobbit Aquazorber Drying Mop

Description

The Swobbit Aquazorber Drying Mop is made for drying decks, and painted or fiberglass surfaces quickly and with ease.

Features

  • Protective end cap prevents damage to decks, paint and fiberglass
  • Material is not affected by mold, mildew, cleaning chemicals or fuel
  • Stores in their own reusable tube so mop is ready to dry when needed
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$76.49
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$44.54
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SW31315 Aquazorber Drying Mop. Our top of the line drying mop. Made from imported material featuring 2" wide die cut strips for maximum absorbency. Aquazorber mops are designed for drying decks, painted and fiberglass surfaces quickly and easily. Material is not affected by mold, mildew, cleaning chemicals or fuel. Aquazorber mops stores in their own reusable tube so your mop is ready to dry when you need it. Protective end cap prevents damage to decks, paint and fiberglass. Aquazorber Mops are recommended for drying, not cleaning or scrubbing especially on non-skid surfaces.

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Swobbit Aquazorber Drying Mop SW31315 Aquazorber drying mop
$44.54
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