Deluxe One Bucket System takes boat detailing to a new level

Shurhold One Bucket System

Nov 2, 2021

It’s frustrating to begin a washing project only to find a tool or cleaning product is missing. With Shurhold’s Deluxe One Bucket System, it’s simple to store everything in one place. Made in the USA, the innovative wash station takes boat detailing to a new level.

The foundation of the system is the World’s Best Rope Handle Bucket. Unlike an average five-gallon pail, it’s thick enough to safely stand on using the included padded Bucket Lid/Padded Seat combo. The soft 3/4″ braided rope handle is easier to carry than a traditional wire hoop and won’t rust or scratch delicate surfaces. Plus, it’s strong enough to repeatedly haul lake or seawater up onto the deck without breaking.

Anyone who has used a deck brush with a pail has likely had it fall over. With the Bucket Base, this annoyance is a thing of the past. Non-skid and non-marking, it minimizes tipping and sliding.
Inside the Deluxe One Bucket System is a series of removable inserts. At the bottom is the Bucket Grate. Elevated off the base, grating allows dirt to drop out of the wash water as a brush or rag is scrubbed against it. Because it’s important to use precisely the right amount of boat soap, two 3 oz. measuring cups are integrated into the design.

On top of the grate sits the Bucket Caddy. With two deep compartments, it provides a convenient place to store cleaning supplies and small tools. A large comfortable handle makes it easy to move it around while washing. Drain holes prevent water from accumulating inside.

Available in black or white, Shurhold’s Deluxe One Bucket System includes the World’s Best Rope Handle Bucket, Lid/Padded Seat, Base, Grate and Caddy and costs $64.98 USD. The Ultimate One Bucket System adds a 32 oz. container of Brite Wash, 16 oz. of Pro Polish Wax, a 32 oz. spray bottle of Serious Marine Cleaner, 16 oz. of Serious Shine Quick Detailer and a 22 oz. jar of Buff Magic Compound, and costs $139.98 USD.

Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

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