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Multi-Purpose Mega Cleaning Brush


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  • Brush head measures approx. 12"W x 2"D.
  • Handle measures 26" long and extends up to 46".
  • Bristles are strong enough to handle the toughest jobs, but gentle enough to be safe for virtually any surface.
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Multi-Purpose Mega Cleaning Brush + Everholder FURemover Broom + Evriholder Mini FURemover Pet Hair Removal Brush (Assorted Colors)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000H1RMWQ
  • Item model number: OC151
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,856 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

This multi-purpose cleaning brush can be used almost anywhere. Bristles are strong enough to handle the toughest jobs, but gentle enough to be safe for virtually any surface. Use it to quickly remove pet hair from high traffic areas. Works as a window squeegee, garden rake and broom. Great for the garage or around the pool; for drywall, sawdust, grass, leaves or sand. Cleans wood floors without scratching, even works incredibly well on carpet. Terrific for ceramic tile. Gets into the grout and hard-to-reach areas -- even corners. Try the squeegee side for cleaning outside windows, big bathroom mirrors or the car windows on dewy mornings.


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Customer Reviews

Works great on tile!
Ruth Anderson
Save your money, stay away from this cheap product.
CeCe
The handle kept coming off too.
Liv's Nana

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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By J. Arena TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 4, 2006
People who claim that the One Sweep Broom doesn't work, just didn't use it correctly. Taking short, firm sweeps on carpet, always pulling the broom toward you, it pulls out imbedded dust and hair that my vacuum left behind. Also, I must tell you that I used the One Sweep only days after having my carpet professionally cleaned, and it STILL pulled out hair from the fibers!

Make no mistake, it requires that you put physical effort into the process. However, the results are nothing short of miraculous. The debris does not easily float into your dustpan. Remember, you are ridding yourself of stuff that lingers due to tangling and static electricity. The secret is to work in small sections -- finish one area before moving on to the next.

The result is absolutely amazing and worth every bit of energy expended.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By J. Vincent on August 4, 2005
I don't know about pet hair specifically, but I know that the one sweep works extremely well for gathering junk off carpet, esPecially pilling. Our apartment's carpet pills horribly (you know, those little fuzz balls), but after using the one sweep to "sweep" the carpet (which is weird to do), it has not pilled at all and it has been several months (where it used to pill every 3 weeks-ish).

The one sweep is also a great mop (the only contraption with a stick handle that rivals hand scrubbing), although it is not absorbant and you do have to use the squeegy side to sweep it into a puddle and soak that up with a sponge or paper towel. I prefer this to an absorbant mop because those get cruddy and they take a while to dry sitting in the sink, and they eventually smell bad and get hard because you can never get all the soap and stain out of them but you spend like 10 minutes trying. Plus, they take up so much damn space.

I recommend the one sweep highly for kitchen and bathroom floors, and pilling carpet. And though I haven't tried it yet, it seems like it would work very well for washing the car (especially the roof and windows) because it lathers quite well and scrubs gently (it's a lot like a toothbrush on teeth). I really like my one sweep.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By cj on May 27, 2006
My lovely fiance is wonderful, however her long hair tends to be rather prevalent through the floor of my carpeted apartment...to the point that, while not paying attention, it had wrapped around the roller on my vacuum cleaner causing it to melt from the extra friction. I was able to replace the roller, but picked on of these One Sweeps up to see if I could avoid a repeat catastrophe (I didn't point out to her that this is advertised as for pet hair).

A few quick passes around the room and wads of hair were easily gathered up. (The trick is to pull in short strokes towards you.) Along with that, all kinds of lint, excess carpet fuzz, and random other things all got caught up in the process. Quick and easy, and the carpet looks so much better already, and I haven't even gotten to vacuum it yet!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By N. Fontane on January 7, 2006
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My vacuum was apparantly too cheap because it never cleaned the hairs from my thick carpet. After using the One Sweep once, all the hairs that had fallen in 5 months came up. This One Sweep is a lifesaver. I was embarrassed because my crappy vacuum just pushed the hairs into little clumps on the carpet.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By hmbnd2 on August 7, 2006
I have had mine since it first came on tv. I loved it so much that I went back and bought one for my mom. You must pull it in short strokes to get it to work properly.

when I FIRST used it, I didn't care for it, but after the second time I figured out how to use it properly. Now a good vacuum will do just as good a job, but it has to be a GOOD vacuum.

I recently used this again (more so than usual) to sweep and mop my patio. I used to use a regular rag mop but it smells raunchy after a time or 2, but with the One Sweep, I can go from sweeping to mopping to squeegying(?) instantly! And the great thing is, I can just wash it with hot sudsy water and not worry about bacteria forming in it!

Also, I was moving furniture around in our family room and lo and behold behind our couch was at least a month's worth of dust, tissues, crayons, pencils, gum wrappers, etc. Instead of having to bend over and pick up each item all I did was grab the one sweep and sweep all the dust and junk into one pile and pick out the keepers before discarding the rest! Very effective! Highly recommend to everyone!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Janice E. Patten on September 27, 2005
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When I first used it, I was disappointed. But I was the one who wasn't using it correctly. I had just had my ceramic tile floors cleaned by a professional, so I decided that if the broom was good it might even get up some dirt. I sprayed 409 on the floor, used the broom "bristles" to scrub the floor and then squeegeed it off. Wow...dirt galore. Then after I had finished vacuuming my rugs for pet hair, I gave them a try, again with the "bristle" side first, and got lots of hair up. I wouldn't live without my wonderful broom. I am going to get one for each of my really true friends because I know that they will really love it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Blanks on July 19, 2009
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I bought this in February and by July the rubber had started disintegrating.
I previously had a Sweepa which I had for several years; the rubber never disintegrated but the handle rusted after several years.
This product is a cheap knock off of Sweepa.
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