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Squeegee Attachment
Squeegee Attachment
Squeegee Attachment
Item#: 356403

Squeegee Attachment


Use our squeegee with the Multi-Use Handle to quickly dry windows, shower doors, car windows, tile, marble, mirrors and more—even rippled surfaces.

2-year warranty

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25.4 cm / 10"
  • Problem & Solution

    Water can leave spots and streaks on surfaces when it dries. We’ve all seen how a white, cloudy film can develop on glass shower doors and ceramic tiles. Over time, these deposits become more and more difficult—or even impossible—to remove.

    The key to having sparkling clean shower doors and other shiny surfaces is to quickly dry them every time. The Squeegee Attachment whisks away water from glass, tile and other surfaces in just a few quick swipes, to keep them clean and sparkling.

  • Use & Care
    • Attach the Squeegee Attachment to the Multi-Use Handle or Telescopic Mop Handle. Depress the push-buttons on the handle of the Squeegee Attachment until they lock into the holes.
    • To quickly dry glass, tile, marble, mirrored surfaces and more, run the Squeegee Attachment from top to bottom or left to right to whisk away water.
    • Tip: Wipe blade with an EnviroCloth® after each stroke to remove excess water before next swipe.
    • After using, buff and shine surfaces with a Window Cloth or Window Cloth Mop Pad.
    • To clean, rinse blade under clean water. Air dry.
  • Features & Benefits
    • Squeegee easily attaches to the Norwex Multi-Use Handle and Telescopic Mop Handle.
    • Flexible rubber blade works on both flat and rippled surfaces.
    • Stainless steel head adds strength and durability.
    • Using the Squeegee after showering can help reduce soap film on shower doors, tile, etc.
    • Available in the Hand-Held Squeegee System to save you money.
  • Did You Know?
    • Hard water contains relatively high amounts of calcium and magnesium, due to contact with rocks or soil. According to a U.S. Geological Survey, 85 percent of the water in the United States is hard.