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  • Top Rung Cover for Home Series Ladders by Xtend + Climb - 1

Top Rung Cover for Home Series Ladders

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  • Great for protecting walls from dents or scratches during ladder usage
  • Fits all Home Series Ladders (sold separately)
  • Made in China
Material
EVA Rubber
Dimensions
18" x 4" x 2"
Weight
4 lbs

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Top Rung Cover for Home Series Ladders

starting at $22.95

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This ladder accessory easily covers all Home Series Ladders, keeping the top of your ladder from scratching your wall.

Mitchell Kieffer

In 2001 Xtend+Climb® set a new standard with our Signature True Telescoping climbing products. Today they continue to lead the industry in setting the a high bar in innovation, safety, and positive customer impact. Xtend+Climb® are safe telescoping ladders, with all models ANSI certified & OSHA compliant. Designed in the USA with every detail focused on exceptional quality without sacrificing comfort and convenience. These telescoping ladders and step stools are slimmed-down versions of the classics—light enough to carry with one one arm and slight enough to store in a closet or a trunk. Xtend + Climb’s telescoping extension ladders have a retractable design that extends into a full-fledged ladder, then retracts down rung by rung into something that’s compact and easy to tow and stow. The ultralight aluminum step stools help tackle tasks around the house or office, whether it’s giving kids a boost in the bathroom or helping you reach those high shelves and closet spaces. Carry them as effortlessly as you climb them—these robust stepping tools dispel any bulky misconceptions you might have of what a ladder looks like.
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