Way Cool Product Company LLC
Way Cool Product Company LLC manufactures in the USA and sells an advanced hybrid shovel/squeegee tool. Customers include waste water, environmental, oil recycling, and ice skating. Waste Blasters clear silt and sludge from aeration tank floors in 2/3 of the time and greatly outlast ordinary squeegees. Available in widths of: 24", 30", 36", and 48" and are made of Stainless Steel and aluminum. Blasters are 50% more efficient and reduce worker stress and boost morale. Blasters push and pull with the squeegee side down and pull and scrape with the metal side down ….all with one tough tool. The job gets done quicker, better, and with greater ease with a Waste Blaster or Sidewalk Blaster.

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4305 Luna Course
Liverpool, NY 13090
United States
Phone: 315 569-9974

Product Categories

Maintenance Equipment: Plant, Office, Lab

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