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Save your money. I respect Ettore for inventing the squeegee, but unfortunately, the company didn't do much to evolve the product. We use the squeegee to clean counters after a meal or to clean the sink area. The squeegee does not collect all the liquid since the rubber blade strip is flat and not sharp. As a result, you have to press harder and perform the wiping multiple times. The ones you can find in Dollarama have thinner rubber blades and hence requires lesser pressure to be applied, which results in a more effective wipe down. They are both roughly the same cost as well. The only pro I can find is that the Ettore one has an optional handle fit while the Dollarama one doesn't. If you are looking for a hand-held wiper only, I recommend the Dollarama ones over these any day.
This is a small squeegee with a short, fat handle. Approx 6" blade is fine for tight areas, but the blade is *extremely stiff,* which means that it cannot wipe cleanly on slightly irregular contours or surfaces like real or fake tile. It will streak. Next time I will get this one: https://www.amazon.com/Quickie-313-3-72-Shower-Squeegee/dp/B002NVA5HM, which is small, with a nice, flexible blade. I've used these before and find that they last 4-5 years.
The rubber edge is about 1/4" wide and held in a sharp metal edge. When the squeegee rolled slightly on its side in my hand, the metal scratched my tub. It's too late to return it but I won't use it and have gone back to my old, slightly torn Rubbermaid squeegee.