Where Dust Bunnies Go To Die

I still use a broom for quick jobs in the kitchen or around the dryer in the garage. Is that antiquated of me?

If you do too, then you know the worst part of using a broom is the tangled dust bunny mess that can be left behind in the bristles. While I’ll clean it, I don’t like it.

~shudder~

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Imagine my delight, when I stumbled upon this:

BROOM GROOM

(photo credit: Quirky)

Wait…what?!  There’s a product that will allow me to remain hands-free of dem nasty bunnies?

Yes, please.

FINALLY!

I see my fellow sweepers tearing up in anticipation of a clean broom post-sweep without ever having to lay a hand on God-knows-what deep in those bristles. The days of sweeping, then pretending we don’t see that nasty mess clinging to the broom, while averting our eyes as we quickly put it back in the closet (Rule #452: if you can’t see it, it doesn’t exist)…ARE OVER!

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Comments

  1. Oh, wow! That is simply brilliant.

  2. This is wonderful! I sweep up hair that collects the rest of the dust… This would be great!

    Happy Wednesday!
    Danielle
    SewMuchCrafting.com

  3. What a great product! I didn’t even knew it existed.

  4. Great post, great title and I so need to get this! Thanks so much for sharing and popping in my Let’s Get Social. Looking forward to following your blog and popping over to FB. Have a great week!

  5. Very clever!

  6. That is SO cool! Now if I could just remember to actually sweep… haha. 🙂 Thanks for linking up to monday funday!

  7. OMG, LOL! Thanks for linking this up at my Thursday link party! I hope to see you back again this week!

  8. Angie - easylivingmom.com says:

    Ooh I love this! Do you have any tips for the little pile that never quite makes it into the pan?

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