Mr. Splash Grinder Station

$20.95 USD
Item# GA02
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Keep your workshop clean!
  • Works with any saw or grinder
  • Folds flat for easy storage
  • Splash guard measures 11" high x 36" long
  • Eye safety splash and grid surface sold seperately


Product Description

Keep Grinder Spray Contained!
Use the freestanding Mr. Splash grinder station with a grid surface, sold seperately, to keep your workshop clean and dry while grinding. Attach the Eye Safety Splash (item #7168) to the top of the Grinder Station to protect your face from glass and water spray. When the grinder spray hits Mr. Splash, the water drips into the surface pockets of the Morton Grid Surface. See Mr. Splash configured with the Eye Safety Splash and Grid Surface in the additional images.

The 11" high x 36" long, 4 section plastic guard fits around any grinder, and folds flat for storage. Eye Safety Splash (item #7168) and Grid Surface sold separately.

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