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I've got one, but pulled it off the bucket (slung in the back of the van somewhere), I found it a PITA getting in the way of dipping the applicator in the bucket.


Like boar said, if anyone wants mine, they're welcome to it.

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Made my own squeegee and applicator holders out of 'flat aluminium'.

Cut to the size you need and round-off/file the corners (I made 4 out of one length) bend one end (half-loop) for tools and fold the other end around the lip of the bucket and down.


http://www.diy.com/search/aluminium sheets/profile-metal-sheets-metal-rods/Raw-Aluminium-Flat-L-1000mm-x-W-10mm-x-T-2mm-9283839





Don't know if I've mentioned this before :rolleyes:, but.........

I made these last Winter in the luxury of my centrally heated garage :whistle: :P:D:D.

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