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Keeping your area clean and organised is important for keeping it healthy and clean. At FYIND, we have a lot of cleaning tools, like brushes, brooms and mops, to help you keep your space clean and in order.
Our selection includes everything from small scrub brushes to big floor brushes. We have brushes with soft bristles for cleaning delicate surfaces and stiff bristles for cleaning harder spots. Our brushes are made of long-lasting, high-quality materials.
We have different kinds of brooms for cleaning. Our brooms come in different sizes and shapes, like push, angle, and corn brooms. We also sell broom heads and handles separately, so you can make a broom that fits your needs exactly.
Our collection has standard string mops, flat mops, and cloth mops. We also sell mop buckets and wringers, which make cleaning faster and easier. Our mops are made to last and work well, making them great for home and business cleaning.
At FYIND, we work hard to offer high-quality cleaning tools at prices that are fair. We have everything you need to keep your space clean and organised, whether you need brushes, brooms, or mops. Look through our goods today to find the ones you need to clean.
1. What are brooms and brushes?
Ans: Typically, brooms, mops, and maintenance brushes consist of a handle attached to a head with bristles, filaments, or fabric used to clean or sweep, capture dust and grime, or remove rust, scale, and other debris from surfaces or equipment.
2. What are the three types of brooms?
3. Is it a brush or broom?
Ans: A broom (also known as a broomstick) is a cleaning implement consisting of typically stiff fibres (often made of materials such as plastic, hair or maize husks) attached to a cylindrical handle, the broomstick, in an approximately parallel orientation. Thus, it is a type of brush with a long handle.
4. What type of broom is used to clean?
Ans: Push brooms are ideal for heavy-duty cleaning, whereas electric brooms are optimal for small dust accumulations. Soft-bristled brooms, on the other hand, are ideal for surfaces susceptible to scratching, such as tile and hardwood floors.
5. What differentiates a broom from a broomstick?
Ans: A broomstick is an antique broom with a collection of tiny sticks at its extremity. A broomstick is the broom's handle.