Through proper use of soft brooms for hardwoods, you keep your floors looking great and lasting for decades. For daily cleaning there’s no need to apply expensive and harsh chemicals. Over time, chemicals will harm your floors finish and potentially the health of your family. Instead, make use of the conventional brooms and sweep away germs, dirt, bacteria and dust.

If you have pets in the house, this broom will make your life easier. It is great and keeps our vacuum from getting clogged up with hair. Easy as can be to use and we plan on getting the larger one for outdoors for our porches and drive because it works so much better than a regular broom. Quite a broom!

Yes. The pole will arrive short, but it extends to about twice the length. Simply hold one side in your right hand, and the other side in your left hand. Twist to loosen, then extend to your desired length, and twist in the opposite direction to make it tight. The pole will extend to normal broom length when all the way extended. You could also use the head on a longer handle if you need to. It has a standard thread.

Synthetic brooms can be clean and dry right away. Corn brooms soak up water and stink it they get wet and take forever to dry out. I used to use a corn broom to scrub my garage floor when I hosed it out, but find that the rubber toothed push brooms scrub just as well and always look nice and clean, hanging from their hook.

Home It Mop and Broom Holder is effortless to install. It comes with installation manual, screws and wall anchors to male your work easier and fast. Its retractable grip balls are engineered to automatically adjust depending on the thickness of the handle. This product is #1bestseller because of its great quality and performance.

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)

Our pick is wide angle, but most brooms are of a similar size so if you’re having issues with larger areas you might want to look into something like the dual-action dustmop we recommend above. Hope this helps!

The most satisfying DIY projects are those that serve not just a practical purpose, but an aesthetic one as well. Here’s a DIY storage ottoman– or storage coffee table– that’s totally practical, and it’s visually appealing.  It’s made from a couple wooden crates, some plywood and casters. You can tuck away remotes, magazines, kids toys inside. Wheel it out of the way when you need space for a family game of charades.

Back pain can make bending over to sweep unbearable, but luckily the Casabella Quick ‘N Easy Upright enables you to keep floors spick-and-span without putting strain on your spine. The dustpan stays upright on its own, so all you have to do is corral the mess.

It was not the single best sweeper in the bunch, but it moved everything effortlessly and respectably, without any of the problems we saw in the other brooms. This one never left behind trails of sand, for example, an ability we think results from the mix of stiff and soft fibers, as well as a detail that we only saw on three brooms: a mix of flagged and unflagged bristle tips. Plus, its proprietary head fastener really does work (and is the standout feature of this broom)—the broom’s handle stayed securely fastened to the sweeping head throughout our tests, which can’t always be said of the competition.

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The Garrett Wade Heavy Duty Garden & Garage Broom ($30 + $10.50 shipping) looks like a bundle of sticks, but it is a bundle of sticks with POWER. The lightweight piassava bristles (that’s a kind of palm) are stiff and strong and make fast work of dislodging leaves from deck crevices, and they shift sand with the best of the push brooms. However, the natural bristles shouldn’t be used on anything wet, which gives the synthetic push brooms a huge advantage.

Angler makes it way into our list once more with another absolute delight of a broom set. This one is also mostly made out of recycled plastic bottles and is one of the most eco-friendly choices of brooms out there.

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.

Organize cluttered and small garages with the TEKTON Tool Hooks. Hooks are constructed from heavy-duty galvanized steel with a soft non-marring, non-slip coated finish. The hooks are simple and easy to install to use for wall storage of long handled tools including shovels, brooms and rakes. Each hook has a 15 lb. capacity and requires a 1/8 in. diameter pilot hole.

Matt Hamilton, a member of the United States men’s team, overhauled his sweeping technique after training with a SmartBroom. Curlers from countries as far afield as China, Denmark and Switzerland have leaned on it in their preparation for the Olympics. In all, Will Hamilton, who is not related to Matt Hamilton, said he had sold SmartBrooms to eight of the 13 national curling federations sending teams to Pyeongchang.

Command Refill Strips make it easy to move Command Refill Strips make it easy to move and rehang your Command Products for cleaning redecoration or re-organization. Like all Command Products they stick to many surfaces including tile wood metal and painted surfaces. Yet they also come off leaving no holes marks sticky residue or stains. Command Refill Strips …  More + Product Details Close

It has 50 pounds maximum holding capacity and can store up to 11 utility tools at a time. Installation is super-easy, tool-less, effortless and quick. The package includes anchors, screws, step-by-step instructional guide and video to allow the clumsiest of all to install the holder effortlessly. There is really no challenge to the quality and performance of this broom holder.

HI! This is an amazing list! Thank you! A couple questions: I didn’t see them in the competition, but were Norwex or eCloth dry/dusting mops part of the test? My biggest frustration with sweeping large areas inside, is that I feel like small brooms take a long, long time to cover the space and get the job done. Do you think with the effectiveness of the top recommendations, that it would go faster? Or would your recommend a wider broom?

This broom and dustpan set from Carlisle is sure to meet all your expectations and then some. The broom head is 12 inches wide and the handle is 30 inches long, which makes it ideal for both cleaning and space-efficient storage. Furthermore, the dustpan has a storage lock which allows you to store the dust and debris in the dustpan before you dispose of it in the bin, a construction that recommends it for any cleaning related job.

This is very cheaply made and a huge disappointment. It falls over if you put 2 or three yard tools in it. I have heavy brick on mine to prevent it from falling over. It’s just not sturdy enough for practical use

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