|Blade Length (in.)||16||Handle length (ft.)||1|
|Handle Length (in.)||12||Head length (in.)||16 in|
|Product Height (in.)||1.25 in||Product Width (in.)||16 in|
|Blade Material||Rubber||Blade Type||Straight|
|Cleaning Tool Type||Window Squeegee||Commercial/Residential||Commercial, Residential|
|Handle Included||Yes||Handle Material||Rubber|
|Head Material||Rubber||Pack Size||1|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.6 lb||Recommended Surfaces||Glass, Mirror|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Satisfaction Guaranteed, Return to store with Receipt|
A: Each product is designed and manufactured for each specific function, but once someone buys any product it is free to use it according to their need and in some cases they work just as they were designed for that purpose, in my case I could not tell you but you can do try it and you could help someone else in future questions about it, good luck.
A: Mine is for the shower, not sure about floor use.
A: I bought mine in Fort Worth, TX. I am not sure about NJ but it was among several sizes available in the “cleaning” section. My hunch is that it would be. Probably can check on line at Homedepot and search for nearest store to your zip code and call.
A: These are made for professional use. Since pros use various sized squeegees, they need to be able to change heads quickly, and threads take too much time. If you want it to lock in place, use the Unger Connect and Clean Locking Cone poles sold here. They are reasonably priced, light-weight aluminum, and very durable. I have also used wooden handles cut to various lengths from brooms, rakes, mops, toilet plungers, etc. Many plastic rakes have a wooden cone-shaped end if you remove the plastic rake portion. Most threaded poles will work, but there are no threads in this handle. The inside of handle is cone-shaped with no threads.