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Shurhold one-bucket system

Shurhold introduces one-bucket system

Since its introduction in the late 1960s, the ubiquitous five-gallon plastic pail hasn’t changed much — until now. Shurhold Industries introduces the One Bucket System. It turns its World’s Best Rope Handle Bucket into a multipurpose cleaning and storage solution, the company said.

The 5 Gallon Rope Handle Bucket is made in the USA and features a soft, 3/4-inch braided, nylon rope handle for easy lifting and carrying. Built to last, it won’t rust or damage delicate RV finishes, the release stated.

Elevated off the bottom of the pail is the removable Bucket Grate. Dirt and debris fall through the grate, so the wash tool is always in clean water. Brushes can be scrubbed against it to remove grime. It also has two built-in 3 oz. measuring cups for accurate proportioning of cleaning products.

The Bucket Caddy can store bottles, tools and other supplies. It nestles within the bucket for storage, on top of the grate. Its integrated handle makes it easy to pull out and move around while working.

Built of sturdy, high-quality plastic, the bucket seat/lid snaps onto the bucket rim and keeps both the system and supplies secure. Padded, it makes the perfect place to sit and take a break, the release continued.

Shurhold’s optional bucket base keeps the One Bucket System from tipping. It’s made from soft rubber to avoid scratches and slipping.

Shurhold Industries’ One Bucket System, including the bucket, grate, caddy and seat/lid, sells for $49.98 and its Bucket Base for $12.98.

For more information, contact Shurhold at 800.962.6241, or visit www.shurhold.com.

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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