I bought some plastic brooms (they look like straw blooms but they're
not natural straw, they're like some thin synthetic material) and saw
the store also had some rubber blooms. I thought about getting one but
hesitated. Are those things useful or just gimmicks? Are they better
than the regular synthetic brooms?
On 24 Mar 2006 16:35:44 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I like the synthetic straw brooms, IF the bristles have flocked tips--to make
and fit into crevices better. For outdoor sweeping unflocked tips are better.
version is easy to wash out, making them as good as new.
I have a hair removal brush with scads of short rubber fingers that does a good
job, but I
haven't tried the broom version.
I have a "The Magic Broom" that has a [bristles shaped], replaceable foam pad
bristles. On smooth floors, it leaves nothing, period. On floors that are not
still des a great job, but it might require more than one pass. If it gets wet,
problem, because you can rinse it out and let it dry. It will be good as new.
Oh, the foam
pad generates a static charges that attracts pet hair; what a bonus! The broom
aluminum handle; so, the whole thing weighs less that one pound.
The source was Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Zildjan: world class cymbal of excellence.
My buddy got really frustrated with the bristles and the short rubber
fingers and made a really simple scrub brush patterned after the sole
of his dress shoe. He calls it the pet hair eraser and it works better
than the other things we've tried. You can see it at
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