Reusable Rubber Bucket
Reusable Rubber Bucket
Reusable Rubber Bucket
Reusable Rubber Bucket
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Reusable Rubber Bucket

Regular price $6.50

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The job is finished and you have made just too much thin set. No problem with this reusable rubber bucket. Made from flexible and durable plastic, simply clean the edges allowing for thin set to cure overnight. Give a few love taps with a rubber mallet and she is good as new, ready for the next bag! 

 

20L - Great for mixing full bags of thin set

16L - Ideal for Grout

12L - A must have water bucket

Features

  • Made of high-quality polyethylene, flexible and durable, with metal carrying handle
  • Wide top for easy mixing of thin set, mortar or concrete. 
  • Flat bottom and sides allow for easy mixing and cleaning
  • Ideal for mixing and measuring, calibrated with markings to show water level 

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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J
Jeremy Trewin

Reusable Rubber Bucket

S
Simon Sherwood
Not rubber!

These are not Rubber. They are a soft plastic.
These are not heavy duty rubber buckets that can be struck with a hammer or almost turned inside out.

T
Thomas Duca
Awesome buckets

Easy to clean, love how wide they are! Durable and worth it

O
Olivier Mouyau
Great but idea for version 2.0

Got those to save time (cleaning) and try to reduce waste.
Have used these buckets for one job so far and it does the job.

Although, you still need to clean the side walls, make sure to push all the bulk of the mortar at the bottom. If you leave a thin layer on the walls, it will flake the next day at removal, it can be time consuming process to take it all off as it doesn't come off in one bulk like the mortar at the bottom ... but not as much time as cleaning a bucket with fresh mud. One improvement I'd love to see is having the handle sitting on the side of the bucket and NOT at the top of the lid. It takes away half of the top lid, we are used to sit trowels there between uses, it is a little less convenient to have less room for this. Let alone the fact that the handle is more exposed to mortar at the top. I'm not sure why it is designed that way, I have rarely saw this. Voilà my 2 cents.

O
Olivier M.
Great and idea for version 2.0

Got those to save time (cleaning) and try to reduce waste.
Have used these buckets for one job so far and it does the job.

Although, you still need to clean the side walls, make sure to push all the bulk of the mortar at the bottom. If you leave a thin layer on the walls, it will flake the next day at removal, it can be time consuming process to take it all off as it doesn't come off in one bulk like the mortar at the bottom ... but not as much time as cleaning a bucket with fresh mud. One improvement I'd love to see is having the handle sitting on the side of the bucket and NOT at the top of the lid. It takes away half of the top lid, we are used to sit trowels there between uses, it is a little less convenient to have less room for this. Let alone the fact that the handle is more exposed to mortar at the top. I'm not sure why it is designed that way, I have rarely saw this. Voilà my 2 cents.

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Yes, the T-Lock system can be applied to any surface.
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No, you can always use a smaller grout size clip and use our Tile Crosses to make up the difference. By using this trick you can reuse more of your material and it offers the installer greater flexibility.
This may be because the breaking off of the clips is not done parallel to the grout line. One should always strike the sides of the clips with a rubber mallet or safety shoes parallel to the grout line. Another possibility is the the tile work was left to dry with excess adhesive on the tile edges. This can be avoided by cleaning the edges with a putty knife when the adhesive is still fresh.
It is important to pay attention to the direction that one is placing the wedges. For best results, insert the red wedge towards the already installed tiles.
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