Roofing Safety Tool: Lock Jaw Ladder Grip

Roofing Safety Tool: Lock Jaw Ladder Grip

Dmitry reviews an awesome ladder grip from Australian based company, Lock Jaw. This is a great way to keep your ladder from swaying and is an essential safety tool for any job site where you will be going on roofs.

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