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Model #967600

24 in. Curved AquaDozer Max Floor Squeegee

  • Powered with Max Wave technology to move more water and debris
  • Curved rubber blades easily direct water towards floor drains
  • Fits a tapered or dual-ended pole to clean high-end corners
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Product Overview

Move more water to clean more quickly with the Unger AquaDozer Floor Squeegee. It's ideal for smooth surfaces, such as concrete and asphalt. Use it in residential and commercial applications.
  • 24 in. W
  • Curved rubber blade
  • Max wave technology to move more water and debris
  • Can be used with tapered or dual ended poles (sold separately)

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Blade Length (in.)18243624
Blade MaterialRubberRubberRubberRubber
Recommended SurfacesFloor,MultisurfaceFloorFloorConcrete,Floor,Tile
Cleaning Tool TypeFloor SqueegeeFloor SqueegeeFloor SqueegeeFloor Squeegee
Handle MaterialAluminum Wood
Handle length (ft.)5 5
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
3.12
Product Width (in.)
24

Details

Blade Material
Rubber
Blade Type
Curved
Cleaning Tool Type
Floor Squeegee
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Connection Type
Tapered
Handle Included
No
Head Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
2.17
Recommended Surfaces
Floor
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction Guaranteed, Return to store with Receipt

Questions & Answers

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Is this available with a softer rubber blade that would keep it effective on a rough concrete fin...

Asked by seawayne April 2, 2020
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To my knowledge, it is only available with the more rigid blade. I can understand what your concern is but I believe that a softer rubber would be mostly ineffective. If you have a battery powered blower, I would use that as a follow up to the squeegee to move the last bit of water. Might work well.?

Will this accept a threaded pole?

Asked by Tzan June 24, 2019
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Yes. Although the squeegee is not threaded itself, the threaded end will be pressure fitted as opposed to "threaded" on.

How does it handle dips and unlevel areas?

Asked by skaizun November 11, 2015
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It depends how big the dip is. It will still displace water, however it works best on smooth ground.

what about replacement rubber

Asked by frustrated November 4, 2015
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I have seen some replacement blades for sale online. They may be only straight blades though so it depends what you are looking for. Unfortunately, I am unable to find a replacement at Home Depot.

Can you buy new blades for this?

Asked by don September 1, 2015
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I have seen some replacement blades for sale online. They may be only straight blades though so it depends what you are looking for. Unfortunately, I am unable to find a replacement at Home Depot.

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Connection type is NOT threaded as indicated
I bought this as a pickup item and noticed it was not threaded as indicated. So much for that waste of a trip. Fix your description HD! On my way to return.
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After getting over the shock of not having a handle for the steel and rubber squeegee, I was pleasantly surprised at how sturdy and heavy it is. I made a handle out of an old metal floor wiper broom, though I had to hammer one end to a slot-like point, and then drill a hole through it, and attach it with a nut on the inside with the help of a needle nose pliers (n.b., the outside of the squeegee's pre-drilled hole goes to a crimped end, which I didn't bother drilling through). The handle feels sturdy, so, I shouldn't have trouble using it. The rubber end is bolted in, which means that it can be removed and replaced, should it wear out, assuming that it is available, of course (I searched the web and found a screw-in, "locking" handle made by the same company (Unger), but it isn't clear as to whether it will fit this squeegee; I also found a replacement rubber blade (i.e., just the rubber), but, it is only available only in cases of 24!). I needed to squeegee some soap and water that had accumulated after a car wash on my concrete/aggregate walkway and asphalt driveway. Holding the squeegee handle in a "natural" position (maybe 45 degrees angled toward me), I could not move the squeegee at all in either direction (i.e., push or pull). I brought it down to about 75 degrees (i.e., further down toward/parallel to the ground), and it pushed easily. However, it barely moved any of the water on either surface, even though the driveway is sloped downward, and it was not comfortable. As a tennis player, I had hoped to use this on local tennis courts (i.e., after a rain), but, I don't see the point of trying it, since it didn't work at home on similar hard surfaces. Perhaps with the right handle, it would work, properly, but, why not include instructions on how to make or where to buy a workable handle? As such, I cannot recommend this, as it is difficult to use.
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I needed a good squeegee for washing out my garage and patio and pushing water out. I ended up getting this curved AquaDozer squeegee and it has performed admirably. It pushes water without much effort and makes a good seal with different flooring surfaces, from tile to concrete. The curved design is actually an ingenious idea. At first I was skeptical but the curved blade actually helps channel the water to the center and not just spread out and spill over the edges. It does require a handle and a wood screw to secure it, so expect to spend an extra 5 or 10 bucks just so you can actually use the squeegee properly. But this squeegee is great and I recommend it.
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Squeegee part works well, but it doesn’t come with a...
Squeegee part works well, but it doesn’t come with a pole. The “recommended” pole (which I bought) is just a wood dowel with a tapered end. The squeegee needs a metal pole with a button lock. I used duct tape to keep the wood pole attached to the squeegee, but it’s not ideal.
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Nice heavy duty ...
Nice heavy duty
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The squeegee worked great, use it in my garage...
The squeegee worked great, use it in my garage
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Works like a charm!...
Works like a charm!
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Works like a charm! Quick and easy clean up!...
Works like a charm! Quick and easy clean up!
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Very durable looking and it probably works great if the...
Very durable looking and it probably works great if the user is using it on a smooth surface. I would have preferreda little softer rubber since I use it on a patio that is rough concrete.
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