IMILLET 6-Hook Mop & Broom Holder, 2-Pack
Last updated date: November 5, 2020
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In our analysis, the IMILLET IMILLET 6-Hook Mop & Broom Holder, 2-Pack placed 1st when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Tidy Your Home: 5 ball slots and 6 hooks design, organize your annoying cleaning tools within small space. Spring Loaded: Special spring clips design with rolling rubber ball that make sure the broom and mop will not fall out,including wet mop, dirty rakes, stick vacuum and other heavy stuff. Wide Compatible To Everywhere: Apply to your garage, garden, kitchen, laundry, offices and more. It is strong and sturdy. Keep solid on the wall with the slots and screws (Included). It can organize most of tools of your home. Heavy Duty: Mop holder grip everything tightly and securely. Each rolling ball holds up to 6.5 pounds of weight(smooth rod is up to 3 pounds), holder can hold up to about 11 tools in total. Made of high quality ABS and slots and screws.We upgraded our products after 2018 July 1st, and we improved the quality of this products that are easy-to-drop. Now the products can grip everything tightly and securely. Easy Install: Wall mounted, detailed installation steps on the package. Easy to install with slots and screws (included).
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An Overview On Broom Holders
Brooms and mops are essential to keeping your living spaces clean. But when you aren’t cleaning your floors, you’ll need a place to store them. You can tuck them away in a closet or pantry, but if your mop heads touch the floor, you could cause damage over time, particularly if you put them away wet.
Many households choose to store their floor-cleaning products in a garage or basement, but the same issues with having mop heads on the floor persist. Wherever you store your brooms and mops, having a way to attach them to the wall is the perfect solution. Not only will you keep your items elevated above the floor, but you’ll also have everything neatly tucked away, saving floor space.
If you’re looking for broom storage, though, it’s important to pay close attention to weight capacity. Even damp mops can weigh down a broom holder. You can find broom storage with a capacity as high as 50 pounds, but check the capacity of each storage slot to make sure it can handle the weight of individual items. You’ll also need to check the diameter of each slot to ensure it will hold the handles of your floor-cleaning implements.
The Broom Holder Buying Guide
- Many broom holders combine slots with hooks to let you store both your brooms and mops, as well as items like dustpans.
- The effectiveness of a broom holder rests not only with how well it grips your handles, but also how easy it is to remove them. Check the mechanism that grips the handle. You should be able to dislodge it by just lifting it.
- Installation can vary in difficulty. If you choose a broom holder that requires hardware to install, check that it’s included in the packaging or make sure you have it on hand when you’re ready to set it up. Also make sure your storage option includes step-by-step installation instructions.
- If you just need a place to store one or two floor-cleaning tools, look into a single hook that hangs on the wall. You can find hooks with strips that leave no mark on the wall when it’s removed. This can be a good option if you’re renting your property and can’t put holes in the walls.
- Choose a place to store your brooms and mops that’s both easy to access and out of the way. You’ll want to be able to easily get to them when it’s time to clean, but you also won’t want them to become an eyesore when you aren’t using them.
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