Make light work of cleaning with a quality mop and bucket. Choose standard buckets, perfect for transferring large amounts of water, or opt for a mop bucket with wringer and easy pour spout, ideal for blitzing the hard surface floors throughout your home. Whether you dread cleaning or thrive on it, our range of mops will certainly help you get the job done. A sponge mop takes the stress out of cleaning by lifting and locking in stubborn dirt, and a spray mop makes cleaning an effortless task. Our mops and buckets will help make your kitchen floor sparkle!
Forget Target; check IKEA for a cheap-and-cheerful dustpan and brush combination. Their Blaska dust pan and brush combo is a steal at $1.99. At that price you can buy a spare for a workshop or garage and still come out ahead of the game.
Create a dedicated space for your favorite crafting hobbies. Spread out and get comfortable with a large table big enough to hold your sewing machine and fabrics. It’s important to stay organized, so keep your everyday tools and materials in designated, e
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The $22 Bona Microfiber Floor Mop has an extendable handle like the Simplee Cleen, but it also has the same built-in Velcro that prevents us from recommending the Simplee Cleen. None of the Bona’s cloths were as good at cleaning as our pick, and removing the cloth from the Velcro teeth resulted in a massive dust plume in the air and all down my front. The Simplee Cleen had the same problem, but to a lesser degree.
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Keeping pots, pans and lids together is one of the biggest obstacles to organizing your kitchen. Our solution is the two-tiered Rev-A-Shelf X-Large Cookware Organizer. It helps you store pots and pans while maximizing the most out of your cabinet space. Say goodbye to reorganizing pots, pans or lids every time you take one off the shelf.
This is the traditional garden standby. Shoveling material in and out is easy. Wheelbarrows tip up for easy unloading. The single-wheel variety requires some strength and sense of balance (let a load of dirt tip over sideways in the lawn and you will know what I mean). A heavy-duty two wheel model is available. Wheelbarrows are manufactured in homeowner and contractor grades. Contractor versions generally have a heavier duty tray support and a thicker gauge tray. Wheelbarrow trays are metal or plastic.
Yes. The head is totally dishwasher safe, and it can also be washed by hand in the sink, hosed off outside, etc. The will collapse to about 34 inches and expand to about 60 inches. You can set it to whatever length you like best within that range. You will be very happy with it’s ability to remove hair from any type of flooring.
For smaller projects that require less power, The Home Depot has a large selection of hand tools to help you get the job done. From shovels to rakes to shears and pruners, everything you need to put the finishing touches on your outdoor space is right here for your convenience. We also offer a variety of accessories and related products utility gloves and eyewear for protection, water and irrigation products to keep your yard healthy and happy, and landscaping pavers and step stones to help beautify your outdoor oasis. Also, be sure to check out our how-to guides and videos for inspiration and tips on lots of useful outdoor DIY projects.
The other reason to choose an outdoor broom is water. Many indoor brooms are “corn brooms” made of straw, which will moulder and rot if they exposed to water for too long. If you live in a climate where it rains regularly, sooner or later you will sweep something damp…or something icky that you’ll want to wash out of your broom (“Look what the dog left under that pile of leaves!”) Life is easier if you start with artificial fibers, which is what our top outdoor broom picks are made of.
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Hardwood flooring has become of the most popular residential flooring options in the past 15 years, mainly due to it’s durability and that it can be cleaned easily and quickly. It can also add considerable value as well as beauty to a home. However, if it’s not properly taken care of, in several years you will either need to have it refinished or even replaced, both at a significant cost. Taking proper care of your hardwood floors is even more important when you have expensive flooring such as maple, mahogany and cherry. While there are many popular hardwood cleaning options and products on the market, in most cases a quality broom made for hardwood floors is the best option for daily floor sweeping & cleaning. While they don’t deep clean hardwood, they are gentle on the finish and will sweep away most of the dirt, dust and other solid materials left behind from normal foot traffic.
This broom holder from Anybest is perhaps the most fascinating of them all. Its futuristic design presents a double deck with 6 ball grips, 6 hooks, and 2-layered structure. This allows you to store many more items compared to the standard single-layer broom holders. It features rolling balls that automatically adjust to take the thickness of the handles. A simple lifting of the broom handle will release the grip.
The hinge mechanism rotates 180° to finely adjusted to the most comfortable angle for any given use. Simply loosen the thumb nut to rotate the tool head then tighten in the desired position. The aluminum construction is lightweight and extremely durable.
“Most dustpans have an edge-to-edge ridge, but our pick’s ridge tapers near the sides of the large polypropylene body to make it easier to empty the dustpan into the trash. This design foiled our original water capacity test—the liquid flowed out the sides—but solid debris was no problem.”
Old brooms can be revived if you trim off the broken, split ends of the bristles, but those broken, split ends may be better at picking up small particles, like flagged broom bristles, so think carefully about your priorities before you break out the scissors.
Professional dry mops consist of a flat sheet of microfiber textile or sheets with a surface of looped yarn, usually about 15 cm (6 in) wide, and comes in variable lengths (usually 30–100 cm (12–39 in)).
Since this is a product you are going to use at least once a day, we believe you should carefully consider the handle of the broom. Yes, the head is important but let’s not forget that the only contact with the broom that you will have will take place through its handle.
This broom is one of our favorites for hardwood. It’s inexpensive yet features an adjustable handle and soft bristles that are extremely gentle on your floors. Excellent for getting all of those fine particles. This broom also has retractable rubber bristles for catching pet hair. This broom is great for hard surfaces and low pile carpet/rugs.
We were on the hunt for the perfect dustpan, too. A great dustpan needs a wide enough mouth to match your broom’s head, and a rubber lip on the front edge of the dustpan is crucial. This rubber lip sits flush with the floor and creates a ramp up into the dustpan, which helps you sweep stuff into the dustpan with fewer strokes, instead of having to sweep, scoot the dustpan back, sweep, scoot, sweep … and so on. A good dustpan also needs a ridge on the inside to keep debris inside, or everything swept in can slide right back out. It also needs a decent capacity; you don’t want a shallow dustpan that can’t handle a half cup of spilled rice.
The Libman’s 12.5-inch sweeping surface is about an inch and a half wider than the Casabella’s, and both heads have similar depth. Our runner-up has 2,184 bristles—that’s about 25 percent fewer than the Casabella—and those bristles are arranged in 78 diagonal groups with about 28 bristles per group. The Libman’s wider head hastens sweeping, but its lower bristle density and less effective arrangement mean you have to make more sweeps to pick up the same amount of debris as the Casabella. Bottom line: The Casabella is easier to use.
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