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Bucketsaver - 5 gallon reusable rubber bucket liner

5 Gallon Bucket Liner

  • Save up to 40 store trips annually by reusing your bucket! 
  • bucket liner created for industrial applications. 
  • Save on labor costs by having to clean out your buckets at the end of each job. Let the cement/thin-set dry, then invert it and dump the pancake. 
  • Stay professional by staying clean. No more wet thin-set stains on the driveways or lawns of your customers. Impressions matter. 
  • The liner fits all standard 5-gallon buckets.  
  • Reusable. 
  • For use with cementitious-based products. 
  • Has accurate volume markings embedded into the silicone on the inside of the bucket for easy measuring. 
  • Quality Control (QC) checked by the United States quality oversight team. Designed in the USA. 

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Filip Stirb
Awesome

Happy with this Bucket Saver
I have it for over a year and used every day mixing thinseth!
I cleaned my bucket liner 2 times since I have it and looks brand new(see pictures)

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Chris Seeds
Heavy duty

Fast shipping. Use a couple times. It’s nice to clean up after material dries, I just turn it inside out over a trash can.

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Christopher Burris
Awesome!

I was skeptical at first, but it’s the real deal. Huge timesaver. I’ve installed tons of tile abd will install tons more in my life. I wish I had this sooner!

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George A Starks
Get yours

100% one of the best products I’ve bought in a long time. Get yours quick because they are in high demand. I waited months for my second saver but it’s well worth the wait.

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Paul Parks
Works, but...

Bought this for thinset, at the end of the day, I left thinset to dry as seen in videos... But the thinset I am using is Tri-lite, it's a got a lot of adhesives in it.. the next morning it took a long time to get the dried thinset off the bucket . Honestly, it would have taken less time to clean it out at the end of the day. I still use it to save the buckets from getting torn up from mixing. It does take less time to clean the liner out than it would the bucket.