Excellent product for an on the go gardner. The tool rack is well made. It went together quickly and with little effort because the parts were well engineered. The front wheels allow the tool rack to be used as a push/pull cart for moving the tools around to the work-site. The price was reasonable for the delivered quality. I am very satisfied with this purchase.

The Casabella excels, in spite of the Libman’s wider head, because the Casabella’s sweeping surface is exponentially denser, with more even distribution and a higher total bristle count. Plus, each of those 2,880 bristles has a flagged end to help it trap dust and hair. Cleaning expert Leslie Reichert told us flagged bristles are best for indoor cleaning and dry messes because they “pick up small particles much better and don’t tend to leave much behind.” In practice, the Casabella took fewer sweeps than the Libman to gather a mess into a pile and left less residue behind, which balances out the Libman’s advantage of having a wider head.

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.

Mine was repackaged as though it may have been a return. There was nothing enclosed showing a parts list, and therefore I couldn’t tell if everything was included. I returned it and purchased a different system from Sears.

I think since so many of our readers expressed no interest in them we figured it’s not worth the additional time spent researching. As always, if interest picks up in the comments/via email/Twitter we’ll definitely take a look at them!

Then came the fun part: test-driving brooms that met our requirements. The easiest way to get a first impression of a broom is by sweeping with it, so we did a preliminary sweep with many brooms in store aisles. Cleaning expert Leslie Reichert told us to pay attention to how the bristles are connected to the head of the broom: “Don’t be afraid to give them a tug. If they pull out in the store, the broom won’t last long in your home.” We pulled and tugged, and if any broom failed this test, we put it back.

We used 3-1/2-in.-wide strips of 3/4-in. plywood for the strips because plywood is always straight and never splits—but pine 1x4s also work. Birch plywood was our choice for the strips and shelves, but you can also use less expensive BC plywood. You can rip 12 strips from one 4 x 8-ft. sheet—that’s enough for an average wall. We used four sheets of plywood for our system. For shelf edging, we used 1-1/2-in.-wide strips of solid birch (Photo 6). The total cost for our 20-ft.-long system was about $500, but you could cut that cost in half by skipping the fold-down workbench (Photo 5) and using less-expensive wood and plywood.

Our panel unanimously agreed that the Casabella Wayclean Wide Angle Broom had the most comfortable handle out of all the brooms we tested because of its soft green grip made from foam EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate). The comfy grip can be adjusted up or down to fit your ideal gripping position on the pole—it’s not easy, and requires some firm twisting and tugging. But that means it doesn’t slip or slide easily, so it won’t shift or fall while you’re sweeping.

There are a couple of other factors to take note of with cotton dust mops. When using them for dust mopping a floor in high humidity conditions, they will catch and drag because of the moisture. This causes them to be very difficult to use. Also, because cotton is a natural fiber, they are difficult to launder and are usually considered to be disposable.

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You can plunge the tools into the soil up and down to further scrape and file the edges.Use this self-cleaning and sharpening garden tool bucket throughout the year. Just rinse your tools after gardening and stick them in the bucket to keep them clean and maintained every day.How and Why You Should Clean Your Garden Tools | Browse garden tools.

This Compact Garden Tool Storage Rack from Stalwart makes it easy to store your long-handled tools, such as rakes and brooms. It o…nly takes up 2 sq. ft. of floor space for efficiency and can be used outdoors, thanks to the durable plastic construction. read more

Wall organizers help you take advantage of the space around a room and even overhead, so you can find what you need at eye level or above and keep clutter off the floor. From peg boards to bike hooks, Ace can help you find a place for everything in your home, basement and garage. For additional storage solutions, you may even want to consider incorporating heavy duty shelving and water-resistant totes.

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Discover the storage option that’s right for you. With sheds and deck boxes in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles, we’ve got you covered. Add tasteful and functional accessories to complete your space, and you’ll have everything you need to create a beautiful—and perfectly organized—environment, inside and out.

Just to cut to the chase, if your casters won’t fit no matter how hard you push or how much you smack them with a mallet, it’s because the holes have been warped (due to a poor molding process in the factory, getting squished in transport, or melting or something). You absolutely can fix this by re-drilling those existing caster holes with a 7/16th drill bit, and the problem will be solved forever.

When hanging long handled tools—like brooms, rakes, and shovels—in your shop or shed, you can buy brackets made for that purpose, but they can be expensive. A cheaper option is to use plastic pipe hangers available at building supply stores that are made to support PVC pipe.

Home Depot’s $13 HDX 15 in. All Purpose Large Angle Broom with Dust Pan is one of the worst brooms we tested. It isn’t effective at cleaning up flour or cat litter, and its dustpan’s lip is too steep.

 It’s the mess in your garage ? now you’re in the mood to get everything organized before winter in order to find your tools back at spring time ? Here below are easy garden tools organizations you can make. This not only keeps them organized and out of the way, but it also allows easy access to the tools when needed.

Construction works of some sort appeared to be taking place in the Broom Cupboard towards the end of 1988 and on their completion, a new addition was revealed – a window. This was simply a wooden frame into which viewers’ pictures (four sides of A4 stuck together would produce paper in the desired size) could be put, thus creating a different view each week.

The Microfiber material is very effective catching dust/pet fur off the hardwood floors. On first touch I thought it was sprayed with something to create the mild stickiness of the material. It is not sprayed with anything. Microfiber is designed that way to attract dust. Very effective in removing/attracting just about anything on the floor. I have large areas of hardwood and the microfiber works perfectly at cleaning fur and small particles from the surface. Very pleased with that part of the mop.

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.

Heavy duty all welded 14 gauge construction. Doors open at 180 degrees. 3-point locking system with keyed handle and lock rods. There are fully welded piano hinges for increased strength and rigidity of doors. Hanger bar for uniforms, jackets, etc. Box style legs. Adjustable shelves have 300 pounds capacity per shelf, fixed shelf will bear up to 900 pounds. Adjustable shelves can be installed with no tools required. Ample space for broom storage and there’s a durable safety yellow powder…

The $10 OXO Good Grips Dustpan and Brush Set is a whisk-style brush set with very soft bristles that fling particles. The dustpan is similar to our pick, with that excellent contoured lip—but it is narrower and lacks the comfortable handle, and it’s paired with a terrible brush that isn’t worth the extra $4. According to our survey, most people don’t want a whisk brush, and this set wasn’t good enough to change our minds.

Crawford by Lehigh tool storage system is used to organize rakes, shovels and most long-handled tools. Two 4-Feet sections hold up to 24 tools and can be hung on any type of wall. Made of heavy-duty r…

These are super-powered permanent magnets for the removal These are super-powered permanent magnets for the removal of sharp iron objects from roads parking areas loading docks runways and other important traffic areas. Our hang-type magnetic sweepers greatly reduce the possibility of costly dangerous flat tires and injuries caused by nails scrap iron particles staples etc. Simply hang a …  More + Product Details Close

This stylish Wine Tree from J.K. Adams gives you a unique and space-saving way to store up to seven bottles of wine on your wall. Made from hickory with their exclusive Old World teak oil finish, the rack includes mounting hardware so you can store and show off your favorite bottles in your collection.

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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.

We at The Broom Cupboard club are firm believers in the Fair Use policy, which allows limited use of copyrighted material for the purpose of discussion, review or parody. Our videos are always posted solely to provoke discussion and review, and to remind of a time when kids TV was still great. However, the bots used by the big movie and TV companies are unable to distinguish between a video that is protected by fair use and one that isn’t.

At Christmas 1990, the holiday morning schedule was again linked by Children’s BBC, And a second CBBC pantomine, titled Edd’s Christmas Rap was broadcast one afternoon. Amazingly this featured Andy Crane, brought back after eight months, as the Ghost Of Christmas Past!