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Cord Bound Warehouse Broom

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Cord Bound Warehouse Broom (5 bands, mixed fiber)

Remove liter, dirt, and dust buildup with this prison broom. Cord Bound Warehouse Broom is manufactured with Nolina, a natural fiber that is green, tough, and pliable; especially suited for sweeping concrete. A layer of quality broomcorn, a unique fiber covered with hairlike follicles that trap and hold dust particles, has been added on the outside. It also has a five-seam stitch and is cord-bound, resulting in a premium quality, long-lasting broom. This product is typically used in combination with a dust pan, or lobby pan, and waste receptacle; also sweeping compound or absorbent. Store broom in a dry area to ensure maximum performance. Depending upon the type of soil or debris being handled, Personal Protective Equipment may be required.

Ideal for sweeping up dust, hair, sawdust, small parts, paper items, dirt, sand, grass, hay, and other combinations of soil and debris.

This product meets American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International ASTM F2367 standards. ASTM International develops international voluntary consensus standards that are used to improve product quality. That means this product is premium quality, and able to meet the rigorous demands of tough environments including shipyards, warehouses, parking areas, garages, semi-trailers, cargo containers, repair shops, office buildings, and homes.

Cord Bound Warehouse Broom is sold in individual or case quantities.

Handle: Wood (black lacquered)

Availability:
1 each
12/1 (case)
12 cases of 12 (144 qty)
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