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The dustpan is equipped with a pivot that will make you say goodbye to those frustrating moments when you accidentally spill the dust you have just collected. Just move the dustpan in an upwards position and you are set to go.

Each ball is capable of holding a maximum of 7-12 pounds weight meaning you can organize even heavy items without worrying of overburdening your holder. It mounts very easily with the included 6 screws with wall anchors. The drawback is that the holder can only grip handles that at 1″ thick or less. However, most handles have thicknesses within that range.

Corn brooms are made from natural bristles, and they’re the all-purpose solution for sweeping chores. Pair them with a dustpan for quick kitchen cleanups; the rough bristles do a superior job on flooring material with a coarse or pitted surface that holds dirt, such as brick or concrete.

I bought 3 pairs of these and installed them in my garden shed. They are rated to hold 15 pounds of dead weight and 2 of them broke under the weight of a normal garden spade/shovel which weighs less than 5 pounds. The fork weld to the screw just broke very easily. Very poor quality. Guess where they are made? China.

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This broom is perfect for outdoor and indoor use. It features long fiber bristles with the angle cut to collect access dirt. It cleans dirt even from tight corners. The poly fibers collect both fine and rough debris. Long fibers easily reach into corners and clean around objects. Large broomsticks make easy handling.

Our pick’s shorter-than-average bristles are crucial in creating a balance between soft, flexible bristles and a firm, effective sweep, but that length makes it difficult to get into deep crevices or far under furniture. The short bristles also make it easier to hit the plastic frame on things like low kitchen cabinets, although that didn’t often occur in our long-term testing. This isn’t a dealbreaker, because our pick’s overall performance far outshines its weakness in tight crevices—and hopefully you can move furniture to thoroughly sweep underneath it.

To test dustpans, we tried each one with our broom pick by cleaning half a teaspoon of flour and 1.5 teaspoons of cat litter. This test showed us how well each dustpan worked with our recommended broom and how effective each is at picking up, holding, and not spilling particles of all sizes. Some dustpans came with brushes; we tested those with their own brushes and with our pick for best broom. After eliminating six dustpans that were abysmal at cleaning or way too small for our broom, we filled the remaining four with water to measure their capacity, and our panel used the finalists in the Chinatown test lab to find a winner.

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A stand-alone dustpan should clip to your broom for storage, and be sturdy enough not to bend a lot or break under moderate pressure. A comfortable grip is a nice perk, and a good dustpan set should have a hole for hanging on a hook. Dustpans shouldn’t be expensive; our survey told us most people want to spend $6 on a dustpan and up to $12 for a dustpan/brush combo set.

Amazon reviewers say the O’Cedar push broom feels “solid,” “strong,” and “well-built,” and they like its performance on concrete, garage floors, driveways, decks—pretty much everything. Several reviewers like how it clears light snow; another reviewer says it’s comfortable for use by a 6’4” man. In my testing, I found that sweeping felt light, effortless, and soft, unlike the Quickie broom, our budget pick, which feels bouncy and stiff.

This broom holder installs very easily and fast. It comes with screws, anchors and user manual to help you with the installation. Each gripper can hold a maximum of 7 pounds of weight without breaking. The holder is a little bit heavier than others are and may interfere with mounting, especially due to the small size of screws used for installation.

Whether used for wet or dry cleaning, mops are the foot soldiers in the battle for clean floors. Every organized home needs at least two: a wet mop, to pick up wet spills and wash hard-surface floors; and a dry mop, to collect dry dust, dirt, and pet hair.

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The best part about the Oxo Good Grips Sweep Set is its extendable broom, which adjusts for comfortable use by people of all heights. The second-best thing is the fact that the dustpan features dirt-grabbing teeth to keep the brush clean until the job is done.

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If you want a dustpan-and-brush set—to clean small messes, or if you don’t like using a big broom to sweep into a dustpan—we recommend the Target Up & Up Dustpan Set. Going by the set’s dustpan alone, none of our panel members liked it better than the OXO dustpan because it’s narrower, its lip leaves more dust behind, and it isn’t as comfortable to hold. It was, however, part of the best of eight brush-and-dustpan sets we tested, and its brush was the only one with flagged bristles, which really help capture dust.

This sweep set includes a broom and a dustpan, which can be stored together as the broom can be attached with the dustpan for easy and space-effective storage. The dustpan has teeth combs which easily pick up dirt and dust from the bristles of the broom. The broom itself features soft and top quality bristles which work very well in absorbing dust and dirt while cleaning up dirt of any texture or thickness.

I just installed second one of these units, they work great. I did have one hook that was defective this time, called the company, got a person who transferred me to Shaun where I got voicemail, grr. I hung up, but before I could put the phone down Shaun called me back (caller ID), quickly understood the problem and sent me a new hook, no problem. Given that they come with more than enough hooks it wasn’t a big issue but the service was awesome. I am now scanning my garage trying to figure where I can fit another one…

We also tested the brooms at home to see how they’d perform in three situations most homeowners would encounter. We worked on three types of outdoor surfaces, smooth, rough, and decking with crevices, and three common types of debris—leaves, pine needles, and sand. I swept leaves on a deck, a mix of pine needles and leaves on an asphalt driveway, and mixed sand and gravel on a garage floor. On a deck, leaves tend to stick in cracks between the boards, and need a stiff broom to move them. The pine needles leave a trail of dust, testing the brooms’ ability to penetrate shallow cracks in pavement and to move fine particles. The sand and gravel tested the brooms’ performance on heavy, dense debris. Many reviewers mentioned sweeping snow in their comments, so, before winter set in, the sand stood in for heavy, wet snow. The best brooms swept through all these tests with flying colors, dislodging leaves, pushing dust out of craggy pavement, and forcing sand to the far edges of the garage.

We had a corn broom growing up and I hated it. Seems like we spent more time and energy picking up lost straws than going after the dirt. I have a red Velida that I use now… very nice. I like the angled way it fits under the cabinets and it gets all the dust. I generally hate all things new and modern for the house… I’m a very old fasioned 23 year old, but I think a corn broom is for the birds. It’s high praise indeed for me to give anything modern a thumbs up! Maybe a corn broom is good for sweeping up outside. I’ll tell you the most interesting broom I’ve ever seen before… a Salton Wings Broom. It is stylish with translucent plastic shroud (some may think tacky), and if you turn the handle the wings spread out to increase the sweeping surface. I saw one in Winn Dixie… got a few looks when I tried it out sweeping up the whole aisle. It’s pretty heavy and I don’t think the plastic mechanics would hold up over time… but check out the link for a laugh :O)

Professional dry mops consist of a flat sheet of microfiber textile or sheets with a surface of looped yarn, usually about 15 cm (6 in) wide, and comes in variable lengths (usually 30–100 cm (12–39 in)).

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In our test with Boy Scouts and gardeners at the Massachusetts Audubon Society, everyone who tried the O’Cedar liked its weight, maneuverability, and speed. It can easily change directions while you push it, which is important when you’re moving such a big broom. Audubon Society property manager Sandy Vorce called this broom “really good!”, saying, “it moves even the wet pine needles…it gets the job done quickly.” Vorce and the Scouts found that it was the best-feeling tool out of all the sample brooms, and repeatedly praised it for its balance.

Of the dust mops we tested, the O-Cedar was by far the most effective dust mop at picking up dust. Each side could pick up a teaspoon of flour, a test many dust mops failed. Using both sides, the O-Cedar picked up a whole tablespoon (3 teaspoons) of flour, a feat no other dust mop we tested could match. The O-Cedar cleaned 500 square feet of my Brooklyn apartment at its dirtiest—twice—before finally needing a wash. For comparison, only one other dust mop could go this long between cleanings, and the Swiffer Sweeper needed six disposable sheets to clean the same mess.

Each Wonder® Mop has microfiber  GRIPSTRIPS™ that lift up to 20% more dirt leaving your floors cleaner. With the power wringer you will be able to remove more water from the microfiber mop head allowing your floors to dry faster so you can be back on them sooner. The Wonder® Mop works great on all surfaces and can be machine washed up to 50 times.

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