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dustpan

a short-handled hooded shovel into which dust is swept from floors, etc.
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spotted these new dustpans and brought Caldwell on board.
The dustpan may not be the housewares industry's most glamorous product, but the ubiquitous cleaning product is essentially responsible for the creation and success of the home products powerhouse that is today known as Newell Rubbermaid Inc.
MY wife Maria and I take our dog for a walk every day, but not usually wearing rubber gloves and carrying a dustpan.
Lucky squatted, Maria swooped with the dustpan and we had first time success.
Traditionally, you have to pick up all that piled up dirt and larger chunks of debris with a dustpan.
No matter how much you sweep with your old broom it seems almost impossible to get every last crumb and dirty debris into your dustpan.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- After using dishpans and dustpans to dig out from last year's blizzards, people have been snapping up snowthrowers and laggards have been left scrambling to find machines among a spotty supply.
a manufacturer of decorated metal dustpans, has purchased the Ballonoff Home Products Division from United States Can Co.
Can's dustpan division at the beginning of the year, and this newest addition rounds out its product assortment -- Ballonoff Home Products Division includes decorative stove burner covers, metal canister sets and countertop protectors.
A Montessori school offers the child real tools -- scissors, screwdrivers, dustpans, brooms, pitchers, bowls, mini-vacuums -- part of the curriculum model developed one hundred years ago in Italy by pediatrician, Dr.
Ordinary brooms just push the dirt around and dustpans leave behind a mess.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers nationwide can say good- bye to the traditional straw broom and dustpan thanks to Dirt Devil, a subsidiary of Royal Appliance Mfg.