A: Probably not - this is the size of a broom, meant for applying sealcoat to a driveway.
A: No way
A: no, it's 18" long and 21/4" wide.
A: No way sorry
A: Clean with water in yard. Reuse next year.
A: Hello and God bless. After your finish coating the driveway, clean off the squeegee. When ever it rains or you decide to wash off the driveway, you can use it to squeegee the water/soap off the driveway. I also use it to squeegee the windows when I wash them. Just an idea, have a bless day
A: Wash off what is wet once completed. If sealer dries on rubber you can flex rubber and sealer will come off so that the squeegee can be used again.
A: Turn on you hose and rince off. Most to all should come off. Save till next time you need to seal.
A: After use I cleaned the squeegee in a bucket of water before it dried. Also cleaned and saved the pole.
A: Yes. But the smoother the surface the better. Also this drags towards you much better than it pushes. A push broom pushes, this squeegee should be used to drag water towards the drain.
A: Too stiff, I think a real broom would work better.
A: Absolutley not; allthough a top quality tool and one of the best I've used over the years it's not going to work as a pusher as its mounting angel, beveled edge and thickness are all oriented towards pulling liquid products towards you (those things make it an actual tool instead of a disposable convienance).
A: Although pushing water is ok, I find it easier to pull the water to the nearest output. For some reason the rubber seems to work easier for me; however use push or puff-whichever is more comfortable for you. It also works much better if the surface is smooth. Have fun.
A: Yes, I repurposed mine to do exactly that.
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