What’s the pedigree of a great dust cloth? It’s white, and it’s made of 100 percent cotton. Cotton is absorbent, trapping dust instead of scattering it, and it won’t scratch fine furniture. White dust cloths show the dirt as you work and are washable, reusable and may be bleached. For an eco-friendly, frugal touch, recycle and repurpose old-fashioned unfolded diapers, squares of terry toweling or stained damask napkins as durable dust cloths.

Our pick’s head doesn’t have as extreme an angle as some brooms we tested, but it’s angled enough to get into corners, around furniture, and into odd kitchen crevices. The Casabella’s fluffy bristles are great at dragging crumbs and dust bunnies out of corners, but our pick isn’t as good as our runner-up at reaching under furniture. (We’ll address this more in the following section.)

I like this idea for the ladder. Organize your garage in one morning. Ladders low on walls. Attach BC plywood on wall (one side smooth), hang wire baskets with mirror support hooks, hang bikes from a large hook set at a downward angle.

When we researched the O-Cedar Dual-Action Flip Mop, we were concerned that the dust mop’s flipping mechanism would be loose and uncooperative, making the dust mop difficult to steer. But we found that the polypropylene resin frame has two thin, hollow strips that make the head top heavy. This makes the frame easy to flip along its horizontal axis by simply lifting the handle.

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When selecting brooms to test, I looked at articles by broom manufacturers, reviews by users on Amazon, Home Depot, and Lowe’s. came up with a list of top-rated brooms and eliminated models that cost more than $35 (with one exception), models with plastic handles that users said were likely to break, push broom models with handles that could not be replaced, and models with fewer than five reviews of their performance. I also eliminated brooms that had only flagged fibers. I ended up testing a total of four corn brooms and ten push brooms.

This broom from Libman with its attractive color theme looks as well as it cleans and would make for an excellent addition to your household tool set. The broom features a steel handle, a hanger hole, and a one-piece resin block. The surface of the broom sweeps out an impressive 11 inches, which makes for fast and thorough cleaning. It is also extremely lightweight and very compact, making it ideal for daily usage.

Really decent overall. If you’re planning on putting a lot onto it, similar to what’s shown in the picture, just know that the fit is a lot tighter than what’s shown. I’d recommend maybe 2/3 of what’s shown in the picture to have it feel decent if you’re using your tools often.

Even if you usually grab the vacuum when it’s time for some cleaning, it’s still worth it to have a broom and dustpan on hand as a backup or alternative. Not only can mechanical failure or a power outage curtail a cleaning machine’s ability to work as noted, but the loud noise of these devices can be a limiting factor as well. A broom’s sweep is all but silent, so you can do some cleaning even when others are sleeping, or when you yourself simply don’t want to hear a loud noise.

The O’Cedar 24″ Multi-Surface Push Broom ($22) is the best outdoor broom because it’s easily maneuverable, the handle stays put, it clears a lot of ground quickly, and it can tackle the most common substances you find on outdoor surfaces—all for a reasonable price. For a smaller, cheaper alternative (that doesn’t work quite as fast), we liked the Quickie 00528 18-Inch Bulldozer Push Broom Indoor/Outdoor ($14). Then, for a stiff, tough broom to sweep dry outdoor areas, the best performer after months of testing was the Garrett Wade Heavy Duty Garden & Garage Broom ($28). Scout’s honor!

If you want to set your kids on the path to a lifetime of cleanliness, the Little Helper Broom Set isn’t so much a toy as it is a fully-functional broom and dustpan masquerading as a plaything. You can use it to get them to help with chores, or just to tidy up their rooms.

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Great…Your advice is really helpful because it is the most important need of every human being on earth and for earth itself if your surroundings are clean then it will benefit you to remain healthy and keep our environment healthy.

As for a dustpan, the best way to clean it when simple paper towels and spray cleaner aren’t enough is to run it through the dishwasher. (Just consider running another cycle after it with the machine empty.)