Splash Shield With Bottle

$64.95 USD
Item# 7377
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Product Features

  • fits around any grinder to catch water spray and keep your work area clean


Product Description

Water Right Where You Need It!
Fits around your grinder to contain water "spray" from bits or disks. Water bottle has a regulator valve to control the flow of water to bits or disk.

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Product Details

  • Product: N/A
  • Package Dimensions:
  •   OPENED - 42.75" W x 16" H
  •   CLOSED - 16.25" W x 16" H
  • Weight: 1.11 lbs
  • UPC: 79436650172-0

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Necessary Item!
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Pros : Waited too long to buy!! Like everyone says keeps wet area to a minimum. Tall enough and water bottle is a great reserve.
Cons : Wish wings were longer. My bottle did not come with tapered tip on hose shown in picture? Would have been helpful as now I have to use a tie wrap to secure hose to grinding area!!
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Splash Shield
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Pros : Keeps my area clean. No more wiping up all the over spray around the grinder.
Cons : Would like the side panels to be slightly longer to encase the grinder.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   great water source
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Pros : Always had trouble with a water source for grinding (not impressed with the little sponge business)and this works great. Used a clothes pin to anchor tubing to face shield over grinder and can now position dripping water exactly where I want it. Did have to think about what to set it on as my grinder is on a small, movable cart and there was not enough room for the wing span of this device. I put a dish drainer tray underneath the grinder and it is a perfect fit. If I grind for a long time, water pools at the edge that normally goes into the sink and I can put a papertowel there to keep it from dripping onto the floor.
Cons : As above, need to provide "counter" space large enough to accommodate the wingspan.
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