Diall Stainless Carbon Steel Floor Scraper (W)105mm (L)340mm (T)30mm

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Suitable for all kinds of stripping on floors and walls, this stainless carbon steel floor scraper from Diall comes with a comfort grip handle for extra comfort whilst cleaning.

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Technical specification of Diall Stainless Carbon Steel Floor Scraper (W)105mm (L)340mm (T)30mm
Brand Diall
Colour description Black & red
Construction material Stainless carbon steel
Handle type Comfort grip handle
Width 105mm
Length 340mm
Model D2009

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Please note that this item comes with possible health and safety hazards. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

  • Caution not suitable for under 21

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