Weiler 44008 Corn Fiber Heavy-Duty Wire Banded Warehouse Broom with Wood Handle, 1-1/2" Head Width, 57" Overall Length
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|Global Trade Identification Number||50012382440089|
|Handle Length||39 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
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|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 56 x 2.5 in||1.49 x 1 x 1 in||—||51.5 x 13.75 x 8.25 in||11.5 x 1 x 42 in||10.4 x 13.2 x 4.05 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.49 lbs||1 lb||2 lbs||0.96 ounces||5.76 ounces|
|Number of Items||1||12||1||1||1||1|
|Size||—||Large||—||56 inches||1.0x11.5x58.0||Set of 1|
|Style Name||Wood||—||Plastic||1 Pack||—||—|
Made of fine quality broom corn, fiber or synthetic material, weiler's upright brooms and whisks are durable enough to meet all industrial and commercial applications. Upright and whisk brooms are available in a variety of styles to meet the job at hand.
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I have a corn broom that I purchased, not sure where or when, but it was certainly within the past 2-3 years. It is amazing, as it has a nice heavy weight without being too heavy; a nice "heft", that renders it up to the usual indoor and outdoor patio sweeping tasks; fiber that is sewn in to not fall out frequently; and a rubber cushioned thicker handle that makes it actually a pleasure to have to sweep.
This broom is not quite that broom. It is a good broom, but the straw is "splaying", meaning that the bristles are beginning, with extremely light use, to spread out. I like my brooms' bristles to remain tightly grouped. Hence, I am not as happy as I could be with this broom.
It does have a thicker handle, and that is good. Corn brooms should, as I see it, have nice, thick handles. Skinny metal handles will never suit my needs. Neither will thin wooden handles. This broom's handle is, however, slightly shorter than the handle on my "super" broom. Not shorter by many inches, but shorter, nonetheless.
My fear is that this broom may not last as long as I would want, given the usage requirements I have. I neither need, nor intend, to use this broom for heavy sweeping. And so, the performance so far for the meager, light tasks for which I have used it cause me mild concern regarding the expectation that I have that this broom will be with me in a couple of years. Or perhaps, it will still be in my collection in a few years after very light use, but will show signs of wear disproportionate to usage.
I will have to wait and see, and may simply need to keep searching for the ultimate corn broom, one to match the one "super" broom I was simply lucky to have found and purchased another time, someplace else.
The wear on the broom on the right is less than 2 months old.
I am disappointed that it isn't very heavy duty. I have had a heavy duty "warehouse" broom in the past and it made short work of sweeping the deck, driveway, etc.
The bristles on this new broom are long - not very thick and not stiff like you'd expect for outdoor cleaning or other large jobs.
This one will work just not as efficiently as my other broom. The heavy debris that falls on the driveway from our maple trees will just take a little longer to clean.
Hey; I remember what a "good" sturdy straw or large whisk broom was AND THIS IS NOT IT. Try to take this into a workshop with screws, small metal pieces, nuts bolts, etc this broom would be history in no time. Company should be ashamed to call this "heavy duty". Very nice wood handle but seriously needs more bristles. I wish I purchased a better thicker broom