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Falling snow can be a beautiful sight, but that pristine white snow soon turns into the gray and brown slush that sticks to the underside of your vehicle.  Park your vehicle in your garage after driving through the snow, and the next morning your garage floor is covered with water and slush.  Though your push broom may move some of the mess, a floor squeegee like these AquaDozers from Unger will do the job more effectively.

Unger makes the AquaDozer frame from 14-gauge powder-coated steel and the handle socket from reinforced zinc alloy — this results in a strong tool that resists the corrosive slush. The 2″ wide EPDM black rubber blade is replaceable, and it’ll handle most smooth concrete floors whether coated or uncoated.  If you need oil, chemical, or acid resistance, Unger also sells red neoprene versions of the AquaDozer.

Unger markets the AquaDozer with 18″, 24″, 30″, and 36″ straight blades or 24″ and 36″ curved blades. You’ll pay somewhere in the $20 to $35 range depending on size and retailer — but don’t forget the handle!  Unger sells AquaDozers without handles, so they recommend purchasing their 61″ aluminum handles, but you should be able to find a cheap wooden handle with the right taper at the local hardware store.

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3 Responses to The AquaDozer: The Name Says It All

  1. Frank Townend says:

    I use one of these in my garage. I have plastic race track tile over epoxy. During the summer months I can hose down the floor and squeegee out the dust and water.

    My garage: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/21/30919775_9f381f7ba7.jpg

  2. Chris W says:

    I use one of these on a loooong pole to clean snow from large (5 to 7 meter) satellite dishes. The rubber is heavy and if I bang it on the dish most of the snow falls to the bottom where I can sweep it off.

  3. Shopmonger says:

    Very sweety i ahve on for my garage and use it very much the as both the above toolmongers.
    Garage cleaning in the summer, snow removal and moving during the winter.

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