What is an Ettore Craftsman
In 1922, Ettore Steccone immigrated to the United States and chose window cleaning as his profession. In 1936, he invented the single-blade squeegee and changed the profession forever. Following in his footsteps are those with the same entrepreneurial spirit, passion, and commitment to their trade. These people are who we define as Ettore Craftsmen. With skill, dexterity and artistry, an Ettore Craftsman takes pride in their work and always strives for a job well done. They do not compromise on quality. Most importantly, an Ettore Craftsman believes in the power of sharing their passion, love, and knowledge so that they may empower the current and next generation of window cleaning professionals.
Are you an Ettore Craftsman?
If you consider yourself an Ettore Craftsman then we’d like to hear from you! Share your story, share your passion, and share your knowledge using the hashtag #EttoreCraftsman.** We’ll share select content on our social media channels and periodically recognize and reward those who embody the Ettore Craftsman spirit with free giveaways, promotions and special features.
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Ettore Craftsman Performance Hat
Wear your favorite brand on or off the job with pride and style! Ettore Craftsman Performance Polyester LIMITED EDITION Baseball Cap features:
- 100% Polyester
- Firm Front
- Comfy Fit Stretchable Sweatband
Ettore Craftsman T-Shirt
Wear your favorite brand on or off the job with pride and style! Ettore Craftsman T-Shirts are Crafted from ring spun cotton for ultimate comfort featuring:
- 4.3-ounce, 100% combed ring spun cotton, 30 singles
- 50/50 combed ring spun cotton/poly
- Slightly slimmer body and shorter sleeves
- 1x1 rib knit neck
- Shoulder to shoulder taping