Finally, we searched for the best dust mop, because brooms and dust mops work best as a team. First, the broom sweeps up all the large, heavy particles and gets into tight corners. Then the dust mop makes a second pass to capture all the dirt, dust, and hair the broom couldn’t get. To determine the important features of a dust mop—how well it cleans and how long it lasts—we looked at the material, backing, and style of the cloth, as well as the dust mop’s frame and maneuverability.

Dust top to bottom. When dusting, it’s inevitable that some dust will fly, no matter how careful the cleaner. Give yourself a second chance to collect escaped dust particles by starting at the top and working down: ceiling fan or light fixtures, wall-hung artwork, window moldings, furniture and baseboards.

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Bring innovation to your floor cleaning with this versatile triangle sweeper that works on hard floors and short pyle carpets. With a front head light and spinning front brush for finding those dirty corners, you’ll shorten your cleaning time. You will also appreciate the top extension pole section

Mop no more than once a week. If your floors get particularly dirty thanks to children, pets, or lots of foot traffic, you may need to mop them every week. However, for most houses, try to mop your hardwood floors around twice a month.[1]

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Consumer researchers at the Sweet Home website tested brooms on hardwood floors and recommend using a synthetic, soft-bristle broom for sweeping. The best broom for sweeping hardwood floors also should have closely bound bristles. This allows you to sweep up a range of particles, from fine dust to kitty litter.

Bought 2 of these, 1 for the house and 1 for the garage. I had a similar one and it was on its way out. These work great especially if you want to keep the dust down when sweeping. Great for getting animal hair off of furniture too.

Came here looking for a mop rec because my current mop head broke after only a year, and, uh oh, you recommend the crappy one I am looking replace. It shouldn’t be that surprising that it broke considering the highest stress point (where the handle screws in) is made of fairly flimsy plastic. I’m looking to buy products that will last for the long haul and not end up in the landfill after a year or two and am willing to spend more to accomplish that. Curious if you guys came across any mop heads without plastic components.

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If you want to spend a little less, the Quickie 00528 18-Inch Bulldozer Push Broom Indoor/Outdoor ($14 + $10 shipping, or $10 at Home Depot) is one of the more capable tools out there—in fact, on fine sand, wet leaves, and stray pine needles, it was the best sweeper in our test. It’s on the narrow side, so it’s light and maneuverable, but it’s a little slower than the O’Cedar when covering a lot of ground. Both tools have a combination of stiff and soft synthetic bristles with two types of tips, which make them equally great for fine particles and bigger debris, wet or dry. The Quickie was almost our top choice for this guide, but there are a few too many users reporting its handle breaking for us to stand behind it as the main pick.

Anyone in Canada find anything similar here? Bed, Bath & Beyond sells Casabella but not this broom. O’Cedar is supposed to be the same as Vileda but they don’t seem to carry a dust mop like this. Help!

The $18 O-Cedar Power Corner Large Angle Broom is similar to the Angler Angle Broom, but has a wider head and stiffer bristles. Its angle is great at getting into corners and under furniture, but its stiffer bristles are worse at sweeping up fine debris, and fling dust.

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Some dustpans are staticky, and this static can make particles jump straight out of your dustpan back onto the floor. Super frustrating! Our advice is to keep using your dustpan—the static will lessen over time the more you use it. We tried wiping down some of the most staticky dustpans we tested with a dryer sheet, but it didn’t make a significant difference.

The 43-inch gray pole is made of powder-coated steel, and it’s topped with a rigid EVA plastic handle. This tapered hard-plastic grip at the top of the pole is a comfortable place to hold. The Casabella has a flexible, 2-inch loop that makes the broom easier to hang and store than the rigid plastic holes built into the center of most broom handles—this loop can fit on a wider range of nails and hooks of different sizes and angles.

We spent 45 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. These broom and dustpan sets will dispose of crumbs, pet hair, and more in less time than it takes to plug a vacuum in. And many come with long handles on both the broom and pan, to ensure that keeping a clean house won’t put a strain on your back. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best broom dustpan set on Amazon.

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It hangs the items securely with each ball capable of holding a maximum of 7.5 lbs. The rolling balls are designed to automatically adjust to the thickness of the handles. Installation is very easy and fast (maximum of five minutes). All you will need are included screws and wall anchors, screwdriver (not included). It’s toughened ABS plastic construction makes it extremely strong and durable. The counterbore on which the crews for installation go may be too deep limiting the plastic screw needs to sit on and securely mount this to a wall. Manufacturers of this product will do well to correct this design flaw.

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!

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Even among the basic garden tools, you are bound to find a wide variety of designs and sizes – enough to cause confusion when shopping. There is a reason for so many options – using the right tool for the right job makes your work easier and more efficient. Here are some of the different tools you might find.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Congratulations! So, you’ve decided to become a better sweeper. Your timing couldn’t be better—spring officially began this morning, which makes it a great time to get rid of those winter dust bunnies. And reading this article is your first step towards having cleaner floors. To find the scientifically best way to wield a broom, we spoke with two cleaning experts.

Our runner-up has a 45.5-inch green pole and an 8.5-inch head, which adds up to a 54-inch-tall broom. As mentioned in the section above, the Libman is only an inch taller than the Casabella, but it’s effectively 3 inches taller because the Casabella’s 2-inch storage loop extends off the broom’s end rather than being built into the handle. It’s not a huge difference, but if our pick is a little short for you, the Libman may be a better option. Like the Casabella, the Libman is well-made and doesn’t rattle or flex during ordinary use (or vigorous shaking).