dustpan


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dustpan

a short-handled hooded shovel into which dust is swept from floors, etc.
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It has a huge capacity, holding two or three times as much stuff as kitchen dustpans.
Added novelty value came when the fryer fingered some chips on to a plastic dustpan lookalike before tipping them in to his basket fryer.
Dustpan and brush is the only way a lot of the litter can be cleaned up.
Several of us were in the building when a plastic dustpan unclipped itself from a brush on the wall and seemed to fly across the room.
Jim Krzeminski, senior vice president of product development, sales and marketing, noted that CatchALL "does the work of a broom, dustpan and dust mop in one pass so consumers can skip the precleaning step.
Hence the shiny stainless steel dustpan and brush, named "Tidy" with a matching bucket or the basic frying pan with a cobalt blue lid and elegant cutlery designed by Jonathan Levien.
uk)' Magnetab tea towels, pounds 7 for two, Typhoon (020 8974 4755)' Flower dustpan and brush set (pan not shown), pounds 12, M&S (0845 603 1603)' Plastic laundry basket, pounds 13.
Several of us were in the building when a plastic dustpan suddenly unclipped itself from a brush on the wall and seemed to fly across the room.
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.
Armed with a brush and dustpan, good citizen Pete was ready for action to clear up the mess.
Simon, aged 23, from Tile Hill, said: "We decided to do a sponsored sleepover after an incident last week - a plastic dustpan suddenly unclipped itself from a brush on the wall and seemed to fly across the room.
The dustpan features a rubber lip for optimal contact with the floor, and the pan locks in place for more controlled dust pickup and disposal.