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Proline Brushes Polypropylene Floor Brush

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4.7 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

Price: $10.20 - $74.99
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Product Specifications
Brand Name Proline Brushes
Material Type Polypropylene (PP)
Number of Items 1
Color Natural
Style Name Wood
UNSPSC Code 47131604

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B004MDM86U 18 inches 18 inches 0 inches
$16.94
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B004MDM874 24 inches 24 inches 0 inches
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Product Description

Hardwood block with two threaded handle holes. Handle sold separately. Coarse and heavy sweep. Stiff maroon polypropylene bristles hold up on rough surfaces. Not affected by water or petroleum products. 3-1/4" Trim bristles.

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  • ASIN: B007QXZ6H6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Handle Length: 0Head Width, string: 24Number of Items: 1Overall Length: 24Color: Natural Verified Purchase
Highly recommended! In this world of disposable everything, push broom heads like this are made to last.
Take a close look at push broom heads at your local home goods store. Odds are that the head is made of some high density foam in stead of a sturdier material. Foam will save weight, but as I learned, one good knock on a wall and the broom head will snap in two. This leaves you with a useless broom head, but a perfectly good threaded pole/handle.
So I went on trusty Amazon to find the most durable push broom head there was and discovered this beauty. It's made of wood, so it'll last a good long time. Bristles are polypropylene and synthetic, so they'll also last forever and resist water or mildew. I chose stiff, because I wanted to use this to sweep my sidewalk and concrete driveway, and it's perfect for this application. I'd go softer if you wanted to use it on a workshop or smooth concrete surface.
The threaded hole is pretty standard size and my extra broom handle screwed in fine.

This will last nearly a lifetime, highly recommended!
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Handle Length: 0Head Width, string: 24Number of Items: 1Overall Length: 24Color: Natural Verified Purchase
not much to say... it's a broom head. it does what it is supposed to do and does it well-- easy to use and sweeps better than the original one that it replaced
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Handle Length: 0Head Width, string: 24Number of Items: 1Overall Length: 24Color: Natural Verified Purchase
Good bristles, no shedding and gets even the fine dust and sand, exactley what I wanted.
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By SL on April 26, 2016
Handle Length: 0Head Width, string: 24Number of Items: 1Overall Length: 24Color: Natural Verified Purchase
screw grooves aren't very tight, and it kept slipping off the handle.
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