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Before you start mopping, clear the area of any furniture items and sweep or vacuum the floor thoroughly. When you’re ready to start, soak a string mop in a solution made of warm water and a cleaning product like bleach or dish soap. Then, take your mop out of the solution and wipe down the floor in 4 to 6 in (10 to 15 cm) sections. Once you’ve cleaned the floor, wring your mop out and run it over each section 3 to 4 times to suck up the dirty water. To learn how to use a cloth head mop, read on!

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Our pick’s best feature is its contoured rubber lip. The red thermoplastic rubber lip is molded to the polypropylene underside of the dustpan, which makes the edge sit flush with the floor. Most dustpans, like the O-Cedar Anti-Static dustpan, have a flat or wedge-shaped piece of rubber attached to the edge of the dustpan. This type of lip acts as a slope but leaves a hollow space underneath for dirt to get trapped, so the dustpan must be scooted back and the pile re-swept. Several panel members noted the OXO took only one sweep to get an entire pile of cat litter from the floor to the dustpan.

The oxo dustpan is THE WORST. It quite literally fails to pick up dust. It can handle larger particles but the lip is too high for dust to slide in. I have never so frustrated by a sweethome rec, or a dustpan.

If you prefer a swinging sweeping motion or a rustic, traditional look, we like the Garrett Wade Heavy Duty Garden & Garage Broom ($30 + $10.50 for US shipping), a natural (not synthetic) broom made of piassava bristles. It’s tough, stiff, and can remove every bit of dust from rough concrete, decking crevices, or any tight corners, but just make sure those areas are dry first. Its bristles can rot when used on wet debris, which gives our synthetic push brooms a huge advantage.

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and needed another like a hole in the head but after reading about the Casabella WayClean I wanted to give it a try. Ordered straight from Casabella and it arrived two days later.While it is a tad too short compared to the Black & Decker I really liked the way it cleaned my hardwood floors, so it’s my first choice.

The slant of the O-Cedar Angler makes for a more natural, comfortable process as you brush dirt and debris into the dustpan. The pan has a rubber lip on it to direct soil inside, making it great for those who hate having to constantly re-sweep to get that last little bit.

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Also – I did experience the loosening of the broom head on my Casabella broom whenever I bump it into the wall, a table leg or railing of my porch. The broom head actually flew off the broom while vigorously sweeping my veranda the other day. If that happens again I may try some hot glue to tighten up the connection and secure the handle.

Get your shovels and rakes off of the floor and out of the corner of your garage with this garden tool rack. With eight hooks, this garden tool rack can easily hold over 20 tools. This garden tool rack also comes with a lifetime warranty and can be installed in just 15 minutes.

A beautiful lawn not only provides an appealing spot for kids to play or guests to relax, but also provides more curb appeal and adds to the value of your home. Be sure to pick up the hand tools, shovels, rakes and more that every gardener needs to maintain a lush and beautiful lawn and garden. Then, shop our specialty garden products to help your home garden really stand out. Give your lawn a bit of extra personality with a wooden potting bench, raised garden beds or forged trellises available at Ace. We also offer several types of kneelers and knee pads so you can stay comfortable and protected while getting your hands dirty.

Both corn brooms and push brooms are made with a confusing variety of fibers. For most homeowners, the key issue is whether the broom is made of natural fibers—corn, tampico, piassava, or palmyra—or synthetic fibers. (Be aware that while “tampico” is made of plant fibers, “black tampico” is plastic. ) Corn, palmyra, and piassava fibers are made of plants, and if you get them wet, they can rot to pieces. Synthetic fibers won’t rot if they get wet, but they can get mold and mildew and stink up your broom closet. If you’re going to be sweeping wet debris regularly, get a synthetic-bristle broom. Most synthetic fiber brooms available to consumers are made of polypropylene.

The Casabella, at about 1 pound, 1.5 ounces, is about a third of a pound lighter than our runner-up, which weighs about 1 pound, 6 ounces. Our pick’s lighter weight doesn’t make the broom feel cheap or flimsy, but does make sweeping a lower-impact exercise than hefting around the top-heavy Libman.

Lets say you spill something like yogurt and granola on your kitchen floor. If you took your regular broom out and tried to sweep it up, you would have no luck washing the surface, and you would be left with a nasty looking broom that has bristles that are all stuck together, and possibly ruined. Use this rubber broom instead, and the bristles are sturdy enough to actually sweep this thick goo. Both the liquidy yogurt, and the dry, chunky granola will be swept up together, and will be easily collected. Use the regular bristles to get most of it into the dust pan, and then flip over to the squeegee side to sweep in anything remaining. You will still have a residue on your flooring, so add some soap and water, or squirt down your favorite cleaner and then scrub quickly using the bristles again in order to leave the surface sparkling. If it gets a little too wet, flip back to the squeegee side, and then dry it with ease.