Let’s face it: Every facility gets dirty. All the dusting in the world won’t keep workplace clean if you aren’t using the right tools. Shop Grainger’s supply of dust mops and dust mop heads for the right kind of cleaning equipment. Find dry mops with microfiber heads to get those tough floors or end mops to reach the corners of the room.Close

Whether you are cooking kabob on outdoor grills or indoor ovens, there are a lot of tedious steps involved in turning each skewer …separately. There is also a chance you may burn yourself attempting to turn each skewer. Therefore, to make cooking kebabs safer, quicker, and efficient, we are introducing ‘SkeweRack’, shish kabob rack system that allows flipping over all skewers simultaneously. As evident from the below video, SkeweRack can minimize the steps involved in turning all skewers and make cooking enjoyable. SkeweRack is not only for those who love to cook, but also for those who want their family/friends to be safe during cooking. SkeweRack is made with sturdy stainless steel flat skewers and easily fits on grills and inside ovens. read more

The Casabella Wayclean Wide Angle Broom’s biggest flaw is that it doesn’t come with a dustpan. Our survey found that most people don’t want a dustpan-and-brush set, they want to use their broom with a dustpan. Pairing our pick with the $6 OXO Good Grips Clip-On Dustpan costs only $16 total—that’s still cheaper than many broom and dustpan sets we tested, and a better combo than all the alternatives.

We tested the Casabella against 13 other brooms by sweeping a half cup of flour, cat litter, and rice, and our pick was the most effective at sweeping all three types of debris. It left the least residue behind when sweeping up the tiniest particles of flour and litter, and was especially capable at getting dust up out of cracks in the floor. It was, simply put, the best sweeper we tested.

The Suncast 4 ft. 8 in. W x 4 ft. 1 in. D Plastic Vertical Tool Shed makes your garden and garage clutter free and provides the perfect storage space for all your needs. Designed for utility, the tool shed helps you store and keep your tools safe. It proves to be an excellent addition to any home.The 4.5ft. W x 4ft. D Resin Tool Shed by Suncast has a plastic and resin construction that offers long lasting performance. The sturdy design provides excellent durability. The light taupe with mocha…

It was the responsibility of the Children’s BBC presenter to work microphones, cue sounds and select pictures, etc., using the mixer desk in the continuity suite. On one memorable occasion, oft since repeated on outtake shows, Phillip pressed the wrong button. He’d intended to start an audio cartridge of the Champion The Wonder Horse theme but instead broadcast the BBC1 symbol, something he was strictly forbidden to do. Things went from bad to worse as Phillip became hopelessly confused, with all manner of items being mistakenly broadcast. Phillip feared the sack but Pat Hubbard – Head of Presentation – found it hilarious, dubbing it one of the worst breakdowns he’d ever seen. So Phillip kept his job and as a bonus, won a Golden Egg from Noel Edmonds on the Late Late Breakfast Show in recognition.

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.

If the Casabella broom is unavailable or you don’t want to buy a separate dustpan, you should get the $14 Libman Large Precision Angle Broom with Dustpan instead. Its synthetic bristles are stiffer, thicker, and sparser than the Casabella’s, so it’s not as effective at sweeping, and the Libman doesn’t have a comfy grip like our pick. But it’s a few inches taller than the Casabella, has a wider sweeping surface, and a more severe head angle that’s better at reaching deep into corners. Plus, it comes with a (not so great) dustpan.

A few strategically placed metal shelves and some plastic totes will really help you to get that garage organized. Plastic totes are really cheap and when you label them, you will always know what goes into them so you can find what you need much faster. Remember to stack things that can stack and use totes for things that cannot. Via: BHG – Budget-Friendly Bins

Gladiator GearTrack wall storage offers flexibility: You can mount the horizontal track, then choose suitable hangers and slide them where needed. See how to build your own flexible garage wall storage system.

Summer morning links appeared again in 1989, under the abbreviated title of BFT. Simon Parkin was joined by two new presenters – 19-year old Andi Peters, who had previously presented Freetime on Children’s ITV and actually joined Children’s BBC for the half term holiday morning links a couple of months previously, and a former BBC production assistant called Stephanie Lowe, who is now Mrs Phillip Schofield!

With the cover on, the frame measures just under an inch tall, so it will fit under most raised furniture to clean out dust bunnies lurking underneath. (The handle and steering mechanism can also lay completely flat, and are shorter than the frame with the cover on.) Our pick is easy to steer, not loose and rattly or stiff and challenging to turn. It stands about 50 inches tall, and the plastic-coated steel handle doesn’t extend like others we tested. That’s a little short, but not so short that it is uncomfortable to use.

The transfer of schools programmes to BBC2 led to the introduction of a daytime schedule on BBC1 in late 1986 and this signified further expansion for Children’s BBC. Phillip would pop up before and after Play School to read out the cards of children celebrating birthdays. The birthdays were always presented from one of the two small Presentation studios, from a small set which included a giant cake.