Suitable for commercial as well as home use, the Mr. Clean Butterfly effectively sanitizes floors, windows, and other surfaces. It has a hand-operated lever for effortless wringing, and the lightweight handle extends for comfort.
—Description—It grows to a height of 3 to 5 feet and produces numerous long, straight, slender bright green branches, tough and very flexible, smooth and prominently angled. The leaves are alternate, hairy when young the lower ones shortly stalked, with three small, oblong leaflets, the upper ones, near the tips of the branches, sessile and small, often reduced to a single leaflet. Professor G. Henslow (Floral Rambles in Highways and Byways) says with reference to the ‘leaves’ of the broom: ‘It has generally no leaves, the green stems undertaking their duties instead. If it grows in wet places, it can develop threefoliate leaves.’ The large bright yellow, papilionaceous, fragrant flowers, in bloom from April to July, are borne on axillary footstalks, either solitary or in pairs, and are succeeded by oblong, flattened pods, about 1 1/2 inch long, hairy on the edges, but smooth on the sides. They are nearly black when mature. They burst with a sharp report when the seeds are ripe flinging them to a distance by the spring-iike twisting of the valves or sides of the pods. The continuous crackling of the bursting seed-vessels on a hot, sunny July day is readily noticeable. The flowers have a great attraction for bees, they contain no honey, but abundance of pollen.
Garbage. Waste of money. First time I tried to use the wringer one of the plastic pin things broke. Not the ones that twist on and off to replace mop head. One of the pins in the center of the head assembly. How can I return it if it is dirty and extremely odd shape box that was beat up in transit? I guess I am out the money. DO NOT BUY, unless you want to take the chance that you end up with a good one. One star was more than I wanted to rate it, if there was a ZERO rating I would have used that rating.
Broom was used in ancient Anglo-Saxon medicine and by the Welsh physicians of the early Middle Ages. It had a place in the London Pharmacopceia of 1618 and is included in the British Pharmacopoeia of the present day.
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The Cherry Melamine Slatwall features 150 lb. internal-bond The Cherry Melamine Slatwall features 150 lb. internal-bond medium-density fiberboard (MDF) construction. The cherry melamine slat wall finish has a rich wood-grain finish providing a H end look. The slatwall layout is customizable using single-prong and double-prong slatwall hooks and ladder loop hooks (hooks not included). The 4 ft. x … More + Product Details Close
The broom is really good and efficient but the dustpan is terrible. Barely picks up anything especially not crumbs. I’d recommend buying the broom separately or buying the set and buying a separate dustpan because the one that’s included won’t cut it. I stopped sweeping to write this review lol
Hi Matt, I’m Ken with The Home Depot, welcome and glad you joined the community. I get this type of question at least once a week. Let me say there are several types of fasteners you can use to complete this job.
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Spanish broom: Stems often leafless, round in cross-section, finely ridged, glabrous. Leaves simple, sparse, ephemeral, linear to elliptic or lanceolate, 10-30 mm long. Upper surfaces glabrous. Lower surfaces covered with flattened short hairs. Stipules lacking.
Detailer’s Choice 6018 Heavy-Duty Push Broom is great Detailer’s Choice 6018 Heavy-Duty Push Broom is great for any indoor or outdoor projects. The 18 in. durable brush head is constructed of recycled PET bristles which resist water oil and acid. The black interior bristles pick up heavier debris like nuts bolts mud and wet leaves while the orange … More + Product Details Close
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Christine provided some good advice, but I wouldn’t recommend the command strips. Bricks are usually not completely flat and the strips don’t hold as well on non-flat surfaces. Also, if the boxes are going outside. I’d be concerned that the strip’s adhesive may not hold up.
Perhaps the biggest change in the broom world over the last century is the rise of the synthetic lookalike. Following the development of the first synthetic fibers in the 1940s, companies like DuPont started creating filaments and extruded plastic products just in time for the consumer boom of the 1950s and 60s. These technologies were quickly adapted for brooms—especially the school janitor-size, “push” broom varieties—and these styles continue to sell alongside the old natural models today. Many homeowners keep one of each on hand, using the softer, plastic bristles on sensitive hardwoods and the hardier broomcorn for heavier jobs.
If you’re looking for a quick and painless way to tidy up, the professional-quality Libman Wood is your answer. Created specifically for use on hardwood floors, this is the optimal choice if you care about keeping your home in top condition.
At this time, many people grew flax and retted the very strong fibers, spinning them into thread for fabric used in making clothes, tablecloths and napkins. (Today we call tablecloths and napkins, linens for the fiber used in their making.) Coarser fibers were spun into cordage used around the home and farm, including the making of brooms for the family’s hearth.
It is remarkable as the only native medicinal plant used as an official drug that we draw from the important order of the Leguminosae, or pod-bearing tribe. Though now more generally known as Cytisus scoparius (Linn.), it has also been named Spartium scoparium (Linn.), Sarothamnus scoparius (Koch), and Genista scoparius (Lam.).
The tool rental department associates are extremely helpful! It was my first time doing a project and the associate Jamile explained to me step by step how to use the machines and guided me with picking out the necessary accessories to complete the job and even suggested I get some safety goggles, and a dust mask for my own safety.
Install 1×4 fascia along the top of the locker. Start with the back, then add the sides, then the front. Hold each piece in place to mark the angle and cut it to size, then attach it with 8d nails before moving on to the next piece. Then cut and install 1×3 fascia over the 1×4 fascia.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Packerdrew from Very flexible I like the utility hook. As with most of the fasttrack items, if I need to move it laterally a little, i just remove it from the wall bar and slide it right or left. No hassels!
In the context of witchcraft, broomstick is likely to refer to the broom as a whole, known as a besom. The first known reference to witches flying on broomsticks dates to 1453, confessed by the male witch Guillaume Edelin. The concept of a flying ointment used by witches appears at about the same time, recorded in 1456.
: any of various leguminous shrubs (especially genera Cytisus and Genista) with long slender branches, upright growth, small leaves, and usually showy yellow flowers; especially : scotch broom — see broom top