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Rubbermaid 748018YW Wavebrake 26-Quart Side Press Mop Bucket & Wringer Combo, Yellow
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- Full-size wringer accepts all mop sizes. Will NOT fit the Dirty Water Bucket.
- Space-saving nesting feature.
- 18% less effort to wring mop.
- Dirty Water Separation feature produces cleaner, less slippery floors.
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The Rubbermaid FG748018 WaveBrake side press combo high-performance mopping system has a 26-quart (24.6 L) bucket with molded-in wave baffles to reduce splashing, graduated marks for measuring contents, and a side press wringer, tested to exceed 50,000 wringing cycles, that includes a tubular steel arm with a contoured handle for better grip. The bucket and wringer are made from yellow structural web-molded plastic for better strength-to-weight ratio than standard injection-molded plastic. This system can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. This mopping system is suitable for commercial and industrial applications. The bucket rolls on four non-marking casters for mobility, and has a metal wire handle to facilitate lifting and emptying.
Combination mop bucket and wringer systems, also called combo mopping systems, consist of a bucket with a wringer (usually removable) that connects to the side or top so that water wrung out of a mop will drain into the bucket. The bucket often has casters for mobility. The wringer can be a simple strainer, used by pushing a wet mop against its walls, or it can have a mechanism operated by an arm that squeezes water out of a wet mop by forcing it against a strainer.
Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC.
Style Name: Yellow | Size: 1 - Pack
Top Customer Reviews
You can visualize a residence where this equipment is convenient to use. For example, imagine rolling the bucket (with the mop and wringer still in it) onto a back patio (without having to maneuver it over the lower channel of a sliding door). The patio has a smooth surface, no flaking concrete. You roll the bucket to the edge and dump the dirty water on the lawn. You pick up a convenient garden hose and refill the bucket. When you are finished mopping, you roll the bucket into a spacious closet that has room for its approximately 16 inch by 27 inch footprint (with the wringer in place) and accommodates the 36 inch span from the floor to the top of the wringer handle.
The residential user needs to buy industrial sized mop heads. The small mop heads sold at grocery stores won't work with this product. The mop wringer lets you exert plenty of force, but the jaws of the wringer stop when they are over an inch apart, so the wringer won't squeeze out a small mop. Wet industrial sized mops are noticeably heavier than residential sized mops and they are overkill for small mopping jobs.
If you didn't arrange your dwelling with the thought of commercial mopping in mind, you can contemplate the following. Perhaps you will refill the mop bucket using the sprayer on the kitchen sink and stand there for several minutes while a fine mist of water gets other things in the kitchen wet. Or perhaps you're the rough-and-ready type who will put the bucket in the shower or the bath tub.Read more ›
the plates in this mop bucket dont squeeze all the way together so it can not squeeze the water out in smaller mops
i need a mop that is about 2 inches across maybe one of them big professional industrial size mops with lots of yarn
or other obsorbant material i wish the plates in this mop will come closer but it has a strip of plastic that prevents the mop from beings squeezed real well when smaller mops are used there is a big gap between the plates when they come together i wish that plastic strip was not there and the plates can come closer together
i iwll have to buy another mop for this mop bucket it is very well constructed and made of such sturdy plastic and not glued together iam happy with the sturdiness and its more durable then the other wringer mop bucket by rubber maid
This item is strong and was able to withstand the weight of a mop while being wheeled around. I have used other mop buckets in the past that seemed shaky unless the mop bucket was completely full.
The region of the bucket that rings the mop dry is quality and definitely gets the job done.
The one complaint I have is that after about 1 year of use the wheels did start to become difficult to swivel. This meant that the bucket could move forward but was difficult to turn from side to side. At the time I chalked that up to a bleach solution we were using that might have clogged things ( s good cleaning fixed the problem when it happened) i do not want to fault the product though I would feel bad if I didn't mention it.
This item worked great in the industrial setting and took a lot of punishment. If using this for your home I see no reason for it to not last forever. The only issue I can see with the home use is that the unit is definitely large and depending on your house layout it might not be the optimal unit for zooming around your house.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product was everything I expected and it was shipped & received very quickly after being ordered. Thank you!Published 1 month ago by tjhighway
Great product and great price and most of all great customer service from the seller. Wow, the best. Thanks for having a product that has met its need.Published 1 month ago by Nanc
It's good to have this equipment at home specially if you're having a general house cleaning and you're mopping floors or walls of your home.Published 3 months ago by valerieeeee
I have a cleaning business, and need it for Apts. Works great. I received the mop bucket in 2 days of orderPublished 4 months ago by donald potter