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Top Of The Best Brooms Reviewed In 2018

Last Updated March 1, 2019
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Adrian HoffmanHi! My name is Reginald Meyer. After putting in 50+ hours of research and testing, I made a list of the best Brooms of 2018 and explained their differences and advantages.

In this article, I will be categorizing the items according to their functions and most typical features. I hope that my Top 10 list will provide you great options in buying the right fit for you.



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№1 – O-Cedar Heavy Duty Commercial 100% Corn Broom with Solid Wood Handle

O-Cedar Heavy Duty Commercial 100% Corn Broom with Solid Wood Handle
Made with the highest quality 100% natural broom corn
Handcrafted for long-lasting durability
Reinforced with 5 rows of polytwine stitching


№2 – O-Cedar Commercial 24″ Multi-Surface Maxi-Lok Push Broom

O-Cedar Commercial 24
This push broom has soft outer bristles that sweep up fine dirt particles, while sturdy inner bristles sweep away large debris
The 24″ Multi-Surface push broom features Maxi-Lok technology and anti-rotation socket so broom head never comes loose
This broom is eco-friendly with broom block and bristles made of 80% recycled material


№3 – OXO Good Grips Sweep Set with Extendable Broom

OXO Good Grips Sweep Set with Extendable Broom
Broom extends up to a full-sized broom with a quick twist for any sweeping task
Full sized broom head and large-capacity dustpan perfect for sweeping large areas
When retracted, broom is ideal for sweeping dirt piles into dustpan


How to choose a brooms

Need to keep your office floors free of day to day mess? Or to clear away leaves and debris outside? Not all floor sweepers are equally suited to both tasks. Choosing the right broom depends on a few of factors:

Indoor brooms have  softer bristles  that are easy on floor finishes and great at picking up small debris.

Nature of the bristles

When looking at the bristles, you need to know what the purpose of the broom is so that you can know what to have with the bristles. For cleaning of the hard surfaces, you might need to get a broom with stiff bristles and not any other. Of course, on the list you have them, and your work is to make a choice. For wiping and other cleaning purposes, choose the best broom that comes with the nature of bristles that you know will work well for that purpose.

Cost of the broom

The cost or rather the price is something else that you should consider since different broom types come with different prices. It is therefore up to you to get the one that is favorable for your budget. However, this is not a sole consideration since you ought to consider other functional features and then compare their prices as the last thing to do.

O-Cedar Power Corner Large Angle Broom

This company called O-Cedar is known for its outdoor and indoor brooms. It should come as no surprise to most of our readers. We are sure they must have come across this name at least once, when they set out to buy a broom.

They are almost 120 years old and that makes them an authority in their industry quite naturally. The point is they are market leaders in the broom manufacturing industry and the O-Cedar Power Corner is not an exemption from this. It has many qualities that you can count on like:

Soft for the dust but rough for bigger chunks and this is why it had been listed in the best broom for tile floors

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Original Farmers broom

Made in Sweden, the Farmers broom gives a good flick action and is light to hold and use.  The medium length bristles are made from hard wearing polypropylene and will be durable enough to use on inside and outside yards. Also the brush head is particularly wide making sweeping up quick and easy.

Equerry British Bulldog broom

The colourful new British Bulldog broom from Equerry features two fibre strengths to be able to sweep up a variety of types of debris found in the stable yard. This broom is also lightweight due to the hollow middle of the broom which also helps the brush head not to become ‘clogged’. This broom does come with a handle.

Just a dustpan and a brush

The Up & Up Dustpan Set isn’t as good as the OXO, but it’s the best dustpan-and-brush combo out there.

If you want a dustpan-and-brush set—to clean small messes, or if you don’t like using a big broom to sweep into a dustpan—we recommend the Target Up & Up Dustpan Set. Going by the set’s dustpan alone, none of our panel members liked it better than the OXO dustpan because it’s narrower, its lip leaves more dust behind, and it isn’t as comfortable to hold. It was, however, part of the best of eight brush-and-dustpan sets we tested, and its brush was the only one with flagged bristles, which really help capture dust.

Why you should trust me

When we first dove into broom research, we discovered that no one else reviews brooms, dustpans, or dust mops—individually or as a category. We found a list of best-selling brooms, a slideshow of “the best brooms,” and a Tip of the Day from Consumer Reports that points out that brooms don’t use electricity, but vacuums do. (The more you know!) With so little information out there, the only way to find the best cleaning tools was to get down and dirty with a few dozen of them.

To learn what makes a good broom, dust mop, and dustpan, we interviewed Debra Johnson, a home-cleaning expert who has worked with Merry Maids since 199In addition to her firsthand cleaning expertise, she works with the Merry Maids Franchise Cleaning Council to research and improve the cleaning equipment the company uses. We also talked to Green Cleaning Coach Leslie Reichert, a housekeeping expert who teaches people how to clean effectively and in environmentally friendly ways. Then, we surveyed hundreds of Wirecutter readers to find out what they love (and hate) about their own brooms.

After that, we applied the criteria to narrow the hundreds of sweeping products into the three dozen we called in for testing, which we’ve outlined below. After using the tools at home for six months, and getting more opinions from friends and Wirecutter colleagues, we’ve gotten more intimate with brooms than you’d think was possible. Now I can identify the make and model of any broom I see on the street or TV—a new talent I hope to never lose.

How we picked

We tested 1brooms, seven of which come with dustpans.

We learned that synthetic bristles are best for brooms because they’re immune to rot and can be cleaned with warm, soapy water. This means corn or horsehair bristles are out. The bristles must have flagged ends—intentionally frayed tips designed to capture dust, dirt, and hair at the broom’s sweeping surface. (In our survey and perusal of user reviews, we learned that many people think this fraying is a sign their broom is wearing out—not so!)

Then came the fun part: test-driving brooms that met our requirements. The easiest way to get a first impression of a broom is by sweeping with it, so we did a preliminary sweep with many brooms in store aisles. Cleaning expert Leslie Reichert told us to pay attention to how the bristles are connected to the head of the broom: “Don’t be afraid to give them a tug. If they pull out in the store, the broom won’t last long in your home.” We pulled and tugged, and if any broom failed this test, we put it back.

Pull Quote

We were looking for a Goldilocks broom: as dense as possible, not too soft, and not too stiff. Just right.

Generally, we found more bristles and a denser broom head to be more effective than a sparse-bristled broom. But individual bristle stiffness and length also played a part in the overall texture of the broom—long, soft, floppy bristles fling dust around rather than making a neat pile, whereas thick, stiff bristles can’t reach into cramped corners. We were looking for a Goldilocks broom: as dense as possible, not too soft, and not too stiff. Just right.

We tested individual dustpans: eight with brushes, two without.

We were on the hunt for the perfect dustpan, too. A great dustpan needs a wide enough mouth to match your broom’s head, and a rubber lip on the front edge of the dustpan is crucial. This rubber lip sits flush with the floor and creates a ramp up into the dustpan, which helps you sweep stuff into the dustpan with fewer strokes, instead of having to sweep, scoot the dustpan back, sweep, scoot, sweep … and so on. A good dustpan also needs a ridge on the inside to keep debris inside, or everything swept in can slide right back out. It also needs a decent capacity; you don’t want a shallow dustpan that can’t handle a half cup of spilled rice.

In our survey, we found that most people want a handheld dustpan, not a stand-up dustpan. Sixty percent preferred to use a broom to sweep debris directly into the dustpan—no brush needed. Among those who did want a brush, most like a long, flat brush instead of a whisk brush. Cleaning expert Leslie Reichert agrees, and told us she’d “never had much luck with a whisk brush teamed with a dustpan” and prefers “a very soft, thick brush.” Good brush bristles have a lot in common with brooms: They should be synthetic, flagged, and soft enough to grab dust but not floppy enough to fling it around.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

There are lots of decent brooms out there, but in our hunt for the best one we discovered that there’s no such thing as a perfect broom. Naturally, our pick has a couple of flaws.

Our pick doesn’t come with a dustpan, but it pairs well with the OXO Good Grips Clip-On Dustpan.

We broke it.

The OXO starts out a little staticky. We witnessed tiny pieces of cat litter jump straight out of the dustpan’s body and cling onto the slope above the red lip. It wasn’t the worst we tested, and by the third use most of the static had dissipated and debris was no longer hurling itself out of the dustpan. (We tried wiping down the most staticky dustpans with a dryer sheet, but didn’t see any improvement. The best solution we found is to keep using the dustpan until the static dissipates.)

The OXO dustpan has rubber fingers to attach to most broom poles. Here, it’s attached to the Casabella Wayclean Wide Angle Broom.


The Libman Large Precision Angle Broom with Dustpan is the best choice if our pick is sold out or you want a bundled dustpan.

Three of our panel members observed that the Libman Large Precision Angle Broom isn’t as effective at sweeping flour dust as the Casabella, but it’s a close second. (The fourth panel member preferred the Libman over our pick.) In a side-by-side comparison, we found that the Libman left more flour residue behind than the Casabella. It was equally effective as our first pick at sweeping up cat litter and rice.

The Libman Large Precision Angle Broom with Dustpan isn’t as good as our pick when it comes to sweeping, but it was the second best we tested.

Compared with the Casabella, the Libman has a steeper angle and longer, 4.25- to 6-inch flagged bristles. (Our pick’s bristles range from to inches long.) The longer, angled bristles make it easier to get into awkward corners, but the Libman’s too-stiff bristles hamper the broom’s ability to reach under furniture and into corners. As a result, the Libman is about as good as our main pick at sweeping in hard-to-reach areas.

The Libman’s bristles are too stiff, and don’t have much give for reaching under furniture.

The Libman’s head (right) is about 1.inches wider than our pick’s (left).

Our runner-up has a 45.5-inch green pole and an 8.5-inch head, which adds up to a 54-inch-tall broom. As mentioned in the section above, the Libman is only an inch taller than the Casabella, but it’s effectively inches taller because the Casabella’s 2-inch storage loop extends off the broom’s end rather than being built into the handle. It’s not a huge difference, but if our pick is a little short for you, the Libman may be a better option. Like the Casabella, the Libman is well-made and doesn’t rattle or flex during ordinary use (or vigorous shaking).

If our pick is too short for you, the Libman may be a better option.

Care and maintenance

Brooms are easy to maintain properly, but most people don’t know the basic rules for doing so. Rule one: Don’t store your broom with its weight on the bristles. Hang it up using the storage loop, or prop it against a wall with the handle facing down. Leaving a broom sitting on its bristles causes them to bend, weaken, and even break, which shortens your trusty broom’s lifespan.

Rule two: Wash your broom once in a while! It seems like common sense that you should wash a tool used to clean up all manner of gross things, but many people never think about it. Once every few months—or whenever your broom gets gunky—take it outside and give it a good shake. Then wash the broom’s head with soap and warm water in a bucket, sink, or even your bathtub, making sure to get deep in all the bristles for a thorough clean. Shake off as much water as you can, then leave the broom to air dry (bristles up!) overnight. Voilà! A clean broom.

Dustpan care is similar. Don’t store one sitting on the rubber, because you can permanently warp that lip and ruin your dustpan. Hang it up. Clean your dustpan (and brush, if it comes with one) with some warm soapy water, then shake each out and air-dry.

Some dustpans are staticky, and this static can make particles jump straight out of your dustpan back onto the floor. Super frustrating! Our advice is to keep using your dustpan—the static will lessen over time the more you use it. We tried wiping down some of the most staticky dustpans we tested with a dryer sheet, but it didn’t make a significant difference.

When it’s time to wash your dust mop head, make sure you follow these directions. If you don’t, you risk melting, neutralizing, or otherwise destroying your microfiber cloth.

The only exception to the above rules is if you live in a location where you have to pay per load to do your laundry. It’s not cost effective to pay more than 50 cents each time you wash your dust mop, so we recommend hand washing it instead in a bucket (or your sink, or bathtub) with warm water and our recommended detergent. Rinse very thoroughly, then hang to dry.

Now that you know how to take care of your cleaning tools, how do you know when it’s time to replace them with new ones? Both cleaning experts told us that a broom’s condition is visual: “If it looks bad, it is bad.” When the bristles are broken, bent, or falling out and the broom is more of a hindrance than a help, it’s time to get a new one. However, if the ends of the bristles are frayed somewhat uniformly, don’t panic. Those are called flagged bristles, and are frayed intentionally to make the broom better at trapping dust. A great, well-cared for broom should last several years of weekly use.


The Black+Decker Angle Broom (261019) is not as good at picking up dust as our top pick or runner-up. According to two of our testers, its bristles aren’t as plentiful or dense, which limits its usefulness. Since it’s more expensive than both of our picks and is prone to flinging rather than picking up dust particles, we don’t recommend it. The sharp angle is great for digging out dirt stuck in corners, however.

Wrapping it up

The Casabella Wayclean Wide Angle Broom is the best at sweeping, the most comfortable to hold, and the least expensive broom we tested, and the OXO Good Grips Clip-On Dustpan is the best to pair with it. To round out your cleaning kit, we recommend the O-Cedar Dual-Action Microfiber Dust Mop. Its double-sided head was the most effective at capturing dust and could clean the longest before needing to be washed.

Debra Johnson, Home Cleaning Expert at Merry Maids, Interview

Wet & Dust Mops, Rubbermaid Commercial Products

Material Choices for Curling Brooms

Generally speaking, the greater the proportion of carbon fiber, the lighter the broom. At Goldline, we have two choices in handles. Our Carbon Fiber broom handles weigh between 170 and 200 grams (depending on the diameter of the shaft) whereas on our Fiberlite brooms (which are basically comprised of 65% fiberglass and 35% carbon fiber), the handles weigh between 270 and 300 grams.

If you’re just starting out, you don’t need to invest in a carbon fiber broom: a Fiberlite broom will already be much lighter than the club broom you’ve used previously. At some point, though, the logical choice may be to take the extra step and invest in a 100% carbon fiber broom.

Handle Diameter of Curling Brooms

Typically, broom handles come in different sizes to accommodate varying hand sizes. At Goldline, we offer 1” and 1-1/8” handles on our brooms. Which size handle you prefer is entirely a matter of personal taste; there is no requirement that women use a broom with a thinner handle while men use brooms with a thicker handle. When shopping, make sure to hold brooms with differing sizes of handles in your hands and determine which feels most comfortable.

Once the choice of material, diameter of shaft, and type of head are made, the toughest decision remains: colour. At Goldline, we have a wide variety of colours available in both our Carbon Fiber and Fiberlite brooms. New colours this year include Metallic White in our Carbon Fiber line, and Steel and Ebony in our Fiberlite line. And if your current broom is still in excellent condition, evaluate if your synthetic pad needs to be replaced, or perhaps it’s time to try a Norway pad!

What to expect.

Settlement is a brief process where all of the necessary paperwork needed to complete the transaction is signed. Closing is typically held in an office setting, sometimes with both buyer and seller at the same table, sometimes with each party completing their papers separately.

Whatever the case, the result is that title to the property is transferred from seller to buyer. The buyer receives the keys and the seller receives payment for the home. From the amount credited to the seller, the closing agent subtracts money to pay off the existing mortgage and other transaction costs. Deeds, loan papers, and other documents are prepared, signed and filed with local property record offices.

Things a Lender Needs From You

W-forms or business tax return forms if you’re self-employed for the last two or three years for every person signing the loan.

Copies of at least one pay stub for every person signing the loan.

Copies of two to four months of bank or credit union statements for both checking and savings accounts.

Copies of personal tax forms for the last two to three years.

Copies of brokerage account statements for two to four months, as well as a list of any other major assets of value, e.g., a boat, RV, or stocks or bonds not held in a brokerage account.

Copies of your most recent 401(k) or other retirement account statement.

Documentation to verify additional income, such as child support or a pension.

Account numbers of all your credit cards and the amounts of any outstanding balances.

Lender, loan number, and amount owed on other installment loans, such as student loans and car loans.

Addresses where you have lived for the last five to seven years, with names of landlords if appropriate. back to top


Laminate floors are very easy to care for, but it is essential that you clean them on a regular basis. Their melamine wear layer can be scratched and scuffed by grit and dirt, reducing the shine of the flooring and creating a dull look. In this section we will look at how to clean laminate floors, the tools and supplies you will need and how to deal with minor laminate floor repairs.

Dyson V6

A top choice among pet owners, the Dyson Vearns rave reviews from buyers for its pet hair pickup, its stair-cleaning ability and its efficiency on bare floors. The Dyson Vis similar to the VMotorhead, but lacks the direct-drive cleaner head.

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Dirt Devil BD20035Red Cordless

The Dirt Devil BD20035Red is a reliable all-purpose stick vacuum that performs well on bare floors, excels at picking up pet hair, and offers an easy-to-clean design.

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Shark Rocket HV301

With its long power cord and durable construction, the Shark Rocket HV30is a dependable stick vacuum for whole-home cleaning.

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Electrolux Ergorapido Ion EL1030A Cordless

Consumers praise the Electrolux Ergorapido Ion EL1030A for its pleasant cleaning experience, including its low noise level and easy-to-clean design.

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Hoover Linx BH500Cordless

The Hoover Linx BH500is a lightweight stick vacuum that can transition from cleaning the carpet on the first floor to those hard-to-reach spots on the stairs.

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Bissell Lift-off Pet 53Y8Cordless

Carting your vacuum around the whole house is made simple by the Bissell Lift-Off Pet 53Y81’s low noise level and manageable weight.

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As is the case with robot vacuums, you’ll want to keep the battery life of your stick vacuum in mind. How long can it run on a single charge? How long will it need to recharge before it can operate again? If you don’t want to risk the possibility of running out of battery power or forgetting to recharge your device, opt for a stick vacuum with a power cord.

Pet Hair

It’s a category of vacuum cleaning all its own: pet hair pickup. If you have any furry companions in your home, consider a device that is suited for removing their hair. Some models even come with nozzles and on-board tools that are specifically designed for that purpose.

Stick vacuums may be comparatively smaller than traditional upright models, but they can sometimes be just as loud. Consider the noise level of your possible new device, and if noise bothers you, pick a quieter model.


When you buy a vacuum, sometimes you aren’t buying just a vacuum. Certain models come with tools and accessories suited for different cleaning jobs, from dust nozzles to pet hair attachments. Read through a vacuum’s product specs to see whether the vacuum you’re considering has any extras.

Components of an Ice Scrapper

Most ice scrappers consist of a metallic handle, a piece of a wedge-shaped scrapper, and a snow brush (not all) at another end. The scraper is made of a sturdy plastic material with a set of ice cutting teeth in form of a dull blade. On the other hand, the snow brush has strong but smooth bristles on one edge and a rubber squeezer or foam on the other end.

Features of a good Ice Scrapper

Not all the ice scrappers that you see in the shops are good. Some are just imitation of the best brands made from fake materials. Therefore, you need to ensure that you look at some details and establish whether the product is genuine or not before purchasing.

The Blade

The blade should be relatively sharp to cut through the ice easily. On the same note, the blade needs to be sturdy since sometimes you will need to bear it down when scraping the ice. Similarly, the ice cutting teeth should be shorter so that you can be able to scrap the windshield without necessarily forcing your knuckles in doing so.

The Handle

The handle should have grips possibly made of something soft for example neoprene to maintain the grip. This is because hard materials like plastics are slippery and can be even more slippery if handled with gloves. Similarly, the handle needs to be strong and extendable to a length that would suit you and use without hassle. It should also be collapsible to a compact size that can fit in the car. The locking and unlocking buttons used when extending or collapsing the handles need to be sizeable enough to be operated with thick-gloved hands.

The Broom Head

The broom head needs to incorporate three tools that make it great in performance.The first tool is a bristle side that sweeps loose snow and the ice shavings. Another tool that must be at the broom head is the plow-like structure that enhances the pushing of snow from the vehicle. Furthermore, a broom head that can lock at multiple angels is an added advantage.

Hopkins Subzero 1662Ice Crusher Ice Scraper

CJ Industries F10Fantastic Ice Scraper with Brass Blade

MakTools Ice Scraper Set, Pack,Foam Handle, Scratch-free Chisel Blade & De-ice Crusher Tool

This ice scraper from MakTools can remove the toughest ice with its extra sharp and yet non-abrasive blade without leaving any scratches. Also, this is ice scraper is very gentle on a surface and yet very tough on the job unlike other versions of ice scraper that scratch easily. This product can give you such an ease in your task without damaging or scratching your car’s window and windshields.

More so, the handle of this ice scraper product is covered with thick layer of foam that does make a comfortable grip for everyone. This handle is thicker and is sturdy as well as it is covered with foam, thus allowing a strong and secure grip. It’s a high-quality ice scraper and is made from solid ABS plastic giving you assurance that this product is really sturdy and durable, frost-proof and comes lightweight. If you are looking for a long lasting ice scraper that is surely sturdy and durable, choose this product it also comes with a unique and trendy design.

Stainless Steel Ice Scraper + Carrying Case & Microfiber Cloth, Ultra Durable, Anti-Freeze Handle

This ice scraper from Ice King is the most durable ice scraper on the market. This product is safe on windshields and has the leading edge which is then designed to work on any windshield without scratching. At the same time, this ice scraper product is considered to have the perfect grip and the contoured anti-freeze handle that allows for the perfect grip. Also, it comes with a carrying case which can keep your vehicle clean and organized with a free storage case and cloth. It is a product that is not made from a cheap plastic, but from a stainless steel which is durable and safe to use on any windshield. Ice King gives a lifetime replacement guarantee to all verified buyers of this ice scraper product.

This ice scraper product from Desired Tools is known to have the ability to remove the toughest of ice and snow with its extra sharp blade but without leaving scratches. More so, it has an extra thick and comfortable foam handle that is enabling it to have a strong grip for both men and women. Furthermore, it is longer than a regular one-handed ice scraper and portable enough to fit in your glove compartment for easy safekeeping. Also, it features a sharp yet non-abrasive and will never scratch car glass, a cheaper way to crush the thickest of icy snow, stylish design and color to fit your car, and the vibrant color that makes it easy to locate. This ice scraper product is very sturdy, frostproof, durable, lightweight and comes with a one-year warranty period from Desired Tools.

This Primary Automotive’s ice scraper was then forced out from the Spirit of the Rocky Mountains and was molded to endure the hardest scraping. This product features an extra thick plastic with reinforced buttresses that will surely smash through the ice like an ax, but do not worry about getting scratches because this ice scraper is very safe for your car windows. More so, it is built as a double-sided fighting tool, which you can use to attack the big ice with the Claw side and then scrape the sheets of the ice with the chisel side. Also, it has a foam grip for working on the most even grizzled of mountain men. The Primary Automotive gives a 10-year warranty period on this product to all verified purchase as well as confirms that this is the best ice scraper money can buy.





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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Brooms wisely! Good luck!

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