On Sale Now! Save 10% on the Boardwalk BWK932M Poly Bristle Angler Broom, 53'' Handle, Yellow (Case of 12) by Unisan at Suburban Stereotype. SKU: UNS932M. MPN: UNS 932M. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Unisan angler broom. Angled cut helps you get into tight corners. Wide sweeping surface allows you to do more in less time. Flagged-tip bristles feature ebycellent anti-split properties. Protective skirt and secure anchor system keep bristles firmly in place. Made of polypropylene. 49-inches length.Angled cut. Wide sweeping surface. Flagged-tip plastic bristles. Made of polypropylene. Available in black color.
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mpn: 3686724, ean: 0085404003703,
The Carlisle Duo-Sweep broom is angled to reach corners and other hard to reach places. The broom is made sturdy and well-balanced to reduce sweeping fatigue. The angled broom head offers superior performance with an ergonomic shape to prevent uneven wear. The polypropylene bristles are durable and sanitary making it the perfect solution for household and commercial use. Color-coded handles and heads allow convenient organization and help prevent cross-contamination. Pairs well with handle
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Heavy duty reinforced steel thread, can't be broken. Extra thick sturdy metal handle, will not crack, warp or splinter. Unflagged polypro bristles prevent ends from matting together from grease and grime; great for back-of-the-house use in food service. Low-profile shroud, makes sweeping under low kitchen cabinets easier. Fibers made from 95% recycled plastic, washable and sanitary. 13 inch sweeping surface.Heavy duty reinforced steel thread, can't be broken. Extra thick sturdy metal handle,
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Angle Lobby Broom.Able to get into corners and tight places. Flagged synthetic fibers. Picks up the smallest dust particles.
The Original Kitchenette Corn Broom - Accept No SubstitutesIn 1936 the Joseph Lay Company of Portland, Indiana began the manufacturing the Kitchenette and soon after patented the trademark. In 1948 Kenny Quinn of Quinn Broom Works began manufacturing the Kitchenette and acquired all rights for the trademark. Although The Quinn Broom Works is no longer operating the Kitchenette has survived. Newton Broom & Brush Co purchased the Kitchenette broom and Trademark and are now