The Superior Performance is an ideal solution for anyone on a budget. Using this option simple, and it comes with an innovative, removable brush attachment that will get rid of most scuff marks and tough, stubborn stains.

European Thread Connection Broom Handles are designed for use with compatible squeegees, brooms, and brushes (available separately). They are available in a variety of lengths and materials. Color-coded models help to protect against microbial cross-contamination by assigning specific colors to each potential area of contamination.

—Substitutes—It is essential that true Broom be carefully distinguished from Spanish Broom (Spartium junceum), since a number of cases of poisoning have occurred from the substitution of the dried flowers of Spartium for those of the true Broom.

Hey Newf,  you were right.  The stud finder scanned the studs just fine in deep scan mode (and sometimes partially detected them in normal mode).  By far most of the project was just pinpointing the stud to use.  The remaining two steps of drilling the pilot hole and installing the hook were really quick and a piece of cake, after that.

I’m pretty sure the walls are plaster and so the deep scan will be needed. I got a deep scan model with live electrical detection (Zircon e50). But, I’m not really experienced in building construction, so I was going to upload an image of the wall. (But, it seems I need to install Flash Player just to do that. I’m already planning on installing it shortly, so I’ll have to post the picture a bit later.) Good thing you mentioned regular stud finders don’t scan deep enough for plaster walls. However, after I got the deep scan one (but before opening it) I noticed in the fine print it says not recommended for use on lath and plaster. If that’s true, what the heck does it take for one you can use on plaster?

In 1797, the quality of brooms changed when Levi Dickenson, a farmer in Hadley, Massachusetts, made a broom for his wife, using the tassels of sorghum, a grain he was growing for the seeds. His wife spread good words around town, creating demand for Dickenson’s sorghum brooms. The sorghum brooms held up well, but ultimately, like all brooms, fell apart. Dickenson subsequently invented a machine that would make better brooms, and faster than he could. In 1810, the foot treadle broom machine was invented. This machine played an integral part in the Industrial Revolution.[4]

French broom: In Australia, seeds germinate in spring and fall. Fire appears to stimulate seed germination. Where seeds are present in the soil, a large flush of seedlings may emerge on newly burned sites. Development is similar to that of Scotch broom. Pods are often copiously produced.

Jump up ^ van Wyk BE, Schutte AL (1995). Phylogenetic relationships in the tribes Podalyrieae, Liparieae and Crotalarieae. In Crisp M, Doyle JJ. Advances in Legume Systematics, Part 7: Phylogeny. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. pp. 283–308. ISBN 0947643796.

In baseball, when the home team is close to accomplishing a sweep (having won the first two games of a three-game series or first three games of a four-game series), some fans will bring brooms to the ballpark and brandish them as a way of taunting the visiting team (examples: Arkansas vs. LSU, 2011; Red Sox vs. Yankees, May 13–15, 2011 and June 7–9, 2011).

Other models can sense studs through thicker wall materials, add more advanced graphics and even differentiate between wood and metal inside the wall. These help to avoid contact with electrical conduit and wires inside the walls.

For a more stylish mopping experience, look no further than the Casabella Original. It works wonders in the kitchen, bathroom, or garage, and rinses thoroughly with very minimal effort. Best of all, it comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Lawn and garden tools present a paradox: You can never find the right tool when you need it, then when you aren’t looking for it, it’s in your way. This simple-to-build locker solves both problems. It stores tools so they’re easy to find, and it does so in a convenient location in your yard so they’re not cluttering your garage.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the company has received reports of 22 of the hooks failing. The incidents did not result in any personal injury, but did cause damage to bikes and nearby vehicles.

Utility Hooks can easily be mounted to shelving units or walls of vehicles to hold extension cords, hoses and wires etc. 4 I.D. Hooks are available in 1, 2 or 3 hook plates to provide ample storage for your equipment.

Laundry and household tasks can be fun in a well-organized space. (Well, almost.) A clutter-free utility room that stores everything from tools to laundry baskets will simplify your life and add value to your home. See how this utility room does it all with space-saving ideas and clever storage solutions.

Trim Length 2-3/4 In., Bristle Color Black, Color Coding System No, Block Size 30 In., Broom Application Semi-Smooth, Broom Grade Medium-Duty, Chemical Resistant No, Acid Resistant No, For Use With Mfr. No. 53516779, Push Broom

Trust the Libman Nitty Gritty to assist you in finishing all those household chores. It has a handle shaped for vigorous scrubbing so you can achieve speedy results, and the extra absorbent material allows for quick drying.

It’s here! A brand new fleet of 12′ Trucks and Vans making moving easier than before. The Home Depot is enhancing its existing rental program with the latest and greatest custom vehicles ideal for moving personal items or store purchases. When it comes to moving, The Home Depot’s got you covered!

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Spanish broom: Pods brown at maturity, +/- compressed, mostly 4-11 cm long, ~ 0.5 cm wide, densely covered with flattened long silky silvery hairs, contain ~ 10-18 seeds. Seeds ovoid to rectangular, compressed, smooth, reddish-brown, ~ 4 mm long.

Modern broom-making truly began, however, with the rise in cultivation of a previously underappreciated crop that would soon be called “broomcorn.” A species of tasseled grass (sorghum vulgare) that somewhat resembles the sweet corn plant, broomcorn’s seeds and fibers had previously been used for animal feed and not much else. Then, according to historian Gregory H. Nobles, in 1797, a farmer from Hadley, Mass., named Levi Dickinson had the idea to use the grass to make a broom for his wife, as well as a few extra to peddle to neighbors. His broom—a round bundle of broomcorn lashed to a stick with some weaving around the top—proved to be more durable and effective than previous models, and it was soon in demand around the region. By 1800, Dickinson and his sons were making several hundred brooms a year to sell throughout the northeastern United States. 

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