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What's the deal with rubber brooms

I've seen 2 posts about them in the last week or so.  It seems like little hairs and stuff would just stick to the rubber.  I sweep daily so if there's a better option to what I'm using, I'm all ears (or eyes).

Re: What's the deal with rubber brooms

  • I've never seen or used one.  It seems like static would help it pick up hair and stuff from the floor, but how would you get it off of the broom??
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  • That was my thought, seems like it would be hard to clean.
  • Actually, mine is easier to clean than a regular broom. I find dog hair sticks to a regular broom and nothing sticks to my rubber one.  It's just a little tougher to get the dirt onto a dustpan than a regular broom.

    Mine is like a double rowed squeegee with flaps cut on the first row.  It's far superior at sweeping than my regular broom.  It doesn't leave anything behind.

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    I've never seen or used one.  It seems like static would help it pick up hair and stuff from the floor, but how would you get it off of the broom??

    Wouldn't rinsing under water (preferrably outside) take care of that? You do have to wait for it to dry to use it again.

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