Smaller and lighter than our O’Cedar pick, this is one of the more capable sweepers out there, and for a good price. On fine sand, wet leaves, and stray pine needles, it was the best sweeper in our test, but there one too many reports of broken handles for us to make it our top pick.

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Bought 4 of these and 2 are stuffed with garden tools in the new shed. They need anchoring to a wall or stud to support top heavy tools and the tools have to go through both openings in the top and bottom grids. They are a great value for their intended use.

Bulb planters are made to dig precise holes for bulbs. Some are marked in inch gradients for exact hole depth. The digging tube grabs and removes soil to allow the bulb to be planted. A long-handled version allows extra pressure from the foot.

This high-quality gripper is designed to help you nicely organize your storage allowing you to store up to 11 items. It features 5 ball slots and 6 hooks. The design allows you to fold the hooks up and out of your way if you do not need them. The balls have rubber grips on their sides to ensure the slots hold perfectly. There is no chance of sliding even if the handle is too thin.

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Equipped with proper filtration, a vacuum cleaner swoops up dust finally and forever and removes it from the home. Vacuum cleaners come in two basic styles: canister and upright. Generally, upright vacuums do a better job on carpeting, are less expensive, and easier to store, while the canister vac does a superior job on hard flooring, stairs, and hard-to-reach places, such as automobile seats. For dusting, use the vacuum’s extension hose and specialty heads, such as an upholstery brush, dust brush or crevice tool.

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The Rubbermaid FG638100 Red 1-Inch Handle Standard Corn Broom ($12) is “designed for rugged outdoor cleaning,” according to the manufacturer’s description, but it was smaller, lighter, and much less stiff than the other corn brooms in my sample. It simply was too soft and bendy to sweep pine needle debris or sand effectively, and it wasn’t terribly good at dislodging leaves from cracks in the deck, either. That said, it’s certainly cheap, so it’s a fine alternative if you’d actually like to buy a broom to sweep your kitchen.

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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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Collect, don’t scatter. The number one goal for dusting: to collect and remove dust, not scatter it. Forget images of flapping dust cloths. Instead, dust with the calm and controlled motions of a Tai Chi practitioner. Coax dust motes into your tools; don’t disperse them into the air so that they resettle on the surfaces you are trying to clean.

I’ll pass your comments along to our editorial team so they know there’s interest in seeing wet mops reviewed. I too would like to see this. I don’t think I’ve ever had a wet mop that felt easy to use.

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After interviewing experts, surveying readers, and researching what makes a great broom, dust mop, and dustpan, we scoured retailers and manufacturer’s websites and compiled spreadsheets of 95 brooms, 50 dust mops, and 70 dustpans. We also visited physical stores to find out which brooms are widely available from different retailers.

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Still not name calling… Instead of the hollow plastic handle that most brooms come with, this one is commercial grade, and built to last. The thick steel wall makes for a pole that feels high quality when you hold it, and also one that will last for years without breaking, bending or getting damaged in any way. Besides being plastic, your sad little broom probably also has a handle that is a fixed length. This is great if you are the exact height that the designers had in mind, but most likely you are not. The sturdy pole on our broom is fully telescoping so it can adjust to the perfect length for your exact height, and also become compact for storage or portability.

Is that Libman the same one sold at Target? My Target had two Libman angled brooms, but neither was labeled ‘Large’. (I know that might sound nitpicky, but with some of these products, any deviation in name means it’s not the one you tested)