"Closed For Cleaning" hanging sign is on an extendable pole to block doorways and entrances up to 50" wide and utilizes ANSI/OSHA-compliant color
The Rubbermaid Commercial Multilingual "Closed For Cleaning" Hanging Sign utilizes and extendable pole to block doorways and entrances up to 50" wide. Twisting action secures pole in doorways to prohibit entry. Soft, pliable sign rolls around pole for easy storage. ANSI/OSHA-compliant color.
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