dustpan


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dustpan

a short-handled hooded shovel into which dust is swept from floors, etc.
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Tilt the dustpan and scoop all litter into the wastebasket.
Red enamel dustpan, PS9, Iris Hantwerk from Wood & Meadow
"But when the manager came over to serve food to another table, I could see him looking at the floor by our table and said he would get a dustpan and brush for me to clean it up.
If you don't like bending for dust-panning, this is a dustpan and broom - step on the pan and brush the debris in.
Sweeping up all the spills, numbs and food droppings in the kitchen and reaching for your dustpan or vacuum is a thing of the past.
#Hearing that powerful vacuums are being banned, I'll use a dustpan and brush from now on.
And wouldn't the Heckler and Koch assault rifle get in the way of the dustpan? Then I realised what the modern term meant: going without underwear.
The persimmon-tannin-coated Harimi Dustpan by Sojirushi, sold by Nalata Nalata ($22-27, shop.nalatanalata.com) Image Credit: The Washington Post The compact plastic and lotus wood Sweep-It dustpan and brush set ($25, huset-shop.com) can be hung on a wall Image Credit: The Washington Post Life Without Plastic's Plastic-Free Stainless Steel Delta Dustpan with Wooden Handle ($29.95, lifewithoutplast Image Credit: The Washington Post The Menu Sweeper & Funnel ($70, us.amara.com) fit neatly together when not in use.
You may think this Crowley Jones EV1850 Eye-Vac Pro Electric Dustpan ($120 at smarthome.com) represents the ultimate in laziness.
glass bead, steel shot,) the WS2320-HD encompasses high power suction, powerful filtration and an easy foot-actuated dustpan disposal system that will collectively provide you with a dependable and maintenance-free dust removal solution.