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Woot has a 6 pack of fine push brooms for $24.99 or $4.17 each as one of their garage sale items.

Free shipping if you are a prime member.

Brooms come with poles. Reviews look good.

They also have have a six pack of 18 inch brooms for $19.99 or $3.32 each.

https://home.woot.com/offers/amaz...nt_wp_0_12

Not sure everyone needs 6 push brooms but for those that do, these are some pretty cheap prices for brooms.

Hope this deal helps someone out there.

https://home.woot.com/offers/amaz...nt_wp_0_11
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6-pack of push brooms? I still have the one I bought 10 years ago and it is in pretty good shape. I guess I am not all that clean, despite my wife telling me I have OCD....
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The 24" sold out as I was selecting my payment method
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As one who has worked maintenance/grounds keeping for a large popular outdoor concert venue for 15 years, I can tell you that:

-- metal poles are heavy as hell and you probably don't want them. (All different kinds of problems in winter as well.)

--Wood ones are also heavy and can cause blisters easier as well as splinters (you can sand those down with sandpaper/a rotary tool). However, the connection between the pole and the bristle blade wear down second to least.

-- Plastic are typically light. They cause the least amount of blisters in long usage/hot summers. They seem great at first, but often the connection between the blade/pole often crack in no time. Which is sad. There is usually little to no way to fix that.

=== Fiberglass ones are probably the best all around. They last usually the longest, even under the hardest of abuse/weathering.

The biggest factor for me really (when I buy my own at home) is looking for a bristle blade that does NOT have the middle missing. They are a bit harder to find, but usually don't cost any more. After that, I make sure the connection aspect looks sturdy and like it can take a beating (as every time you lift/set down and push is causing stress on it).

I get why designers thought the middle might be a good idea (it relieves pressure when pushing bigger/heavier items like snow or big dirt piles), but at the expense of leaving a huge streak where you just brushed thru. So you end up doing multiple sweeps, doubling your efforts. And if you sweep puddles of water, it's more than double the effort.
So I guess it's a hard pass for this then?
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The bristles are 24" long, not the push handle silly! Peace
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As one who has worked maintenance/grounds keeping for a large popular outdoor concert venue for 15 years, I can tell you that:
Is there any brand that you've stuck to that has all these features?
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So I guess it's a hard pass for this then?
That's ultimately up to you. Personally though it's a hard pass for me. It says that they are good for cleaning the kitchen floor. I would be surprised if there are a whole lot of people who have a kitchen floor big enough to use these with any practicality who really care whether they buy 6 cheap brooms or 1 good one.

These, for the home, are going to be used for cleaning the garage, driveway, porches. They might be decent for the porch with leaves, but really that's it. Any kind of spills or large volume stuff you're going to be doing double the work.
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Is there any brand that you've stuck to that has all these features?
Menards is actually the last place I bought one. It's lasted me about 10 years. So long in fact, the sticker wore off, so I can't say exactly who it was. lol

I'd just browse at a place like Menards or Home Depot. You're going to see maybe 30-40 brooms, but find only about 2 or 3 that encompass all or most of these.

If you are looking for a simple kitchen broom; I'd stick with one of the smaller ones unless you like moving chairs and furniture.

A good solid broom should last you about 10 years, unless you're doing serious heavy duty work with it.
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6-pack of push brooms? I still have the one I bought 10 years ago and it is in pretty good shape. I guess I am not all that clean, despite my wife telling me I have OCD....
nah, as I just replied to someone else, you have to be doing some pretty serious work or have a really poorly made broom for it not to last 10-plus years.
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One thing I kind of didn't mention before, as it's kind of picky, is bristles. And I'm sure there is a difference in type of bristles and longevity/work demand, I really haven't cared that much on this aspect.

However, I will say, most brooms like this have two notches to screw the pole into. If you alternate every year or so, you will double the mileage out of it. Pretty sure that is why there is a double notch. Over time, your bristles will start bending one direction because you're constantly pushing it in the opposite direction. So switching it will help eliminate it.
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Wow I already received the brooms! That was quick. They are slightly better than I expected. The handle is OK and the gap in the middle of the brush isnt that great but the bristles are sturdier than i imagined.
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