Wringmaster Grout clean-up System

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Wringmaster Grout clean-up System

Complete kit 1 of each

  • Effectively Cleans Sponges with Minimal Effort
  • Lightweight and Easy to Carry
  • Attaches to any Round 3 to 5 Gallon Bucket
  • Large sponge 10 1/2" x 6 1/2" more coverage faster cleaning
  • Save time by having multiple buckets filled with water.
  • Easy to carry
  • Increase in productivity

The Wringmaster™ provides a fast and efficient system to rinse and clean grout sponges.

The Wringmaster system consists of a patented wringer that attaches to any 3 or 5 gallon bucket with a few twists of the easy grip handles.

A premium grout sponge supplied by SpongaUSA (makers of the world's greatest grout sponges) is attached to the snap in replaceable handle. The combination "handle and sponge" slides effortlessly through the two opposing wringers in a "one pull and pivot" motion to rinse clean.
The Wringmaster system really does a better job of cleaning grout during the installation process. The sponges are cleaned much faster and more effectively than wringing them by hand. The system is very light weight and is easy to carry. Grout installation jobs can be completed much faster with the Wringmaster system by lining up multiple buckets of clean water. The Wringmaster can be quickly moved from bucket to bucket while dirty water is discarded. Even more time can be saved when multiple Wringmasters are used on a job. This is a real option as the Wringmaster is very competitively priced…especially when compared to the old style sponge mop bucket systems.

The Wringmaster was designed by a contractor for contractors... but simple enough for DIYers.

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Specifications

  • Model: WM2010

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  • By: Stuart Goldberg May 06, 2015
    This is my second wringmaster as the first one was stolen while I was working at a recent job, my back was turned. This time I made my own improvements, sorely needed from my point of view. I\'ll try to send you an email through my phone camera in the next days. First, the roller sits too low, too close to the top edge of the bucket on which it is resting, as you use the tool, the sponge now being too close to the bucket as you draw it back. So I drilled new holes and mounted new nuts forward and lower so that the tool can sit on a slight angle, the back of it is now higher than the bucket\'s rim. Then I quickly mounted a couple of small metal angles and cut some small slots in them so that they slightly grip the top edge of the bucket...that prevents the unit from releasing from its position on the bucket (you can only tighten it so much, as it will slide backward if you overdo it). Now I have a better tool, one that will stay where it\'s put and the roller will not hit the upper edge of the bucket. In addition, the sponge should be cut so that it appears crosshatched, in small squares, making it a great deal easier to use and better at picking up and releasing the water.
  • By: John Churchia April 20, 2014
    no good does not work at all