Polystyrene Bristles: Similar to polypropylene, these flexible bristles are perfect for tight corners. Polystyrene bristles will withstand water, alkaline, acids, grease, and oil, and it will not wear down, break, or fall out.
Amish Broom: Amish brooms are made of high-quality corn straw, bound and sewn by hand. Amish brooms are incredibly durable and last for years.
Lobby Broom: Lobby Brooms are lightweight and ideal for one-handed cleaning under tables, fixtures and hard-to-reach areas.
Mid-Sized Broom: Mid-size brooms are great for general, daily sweeping. For fast, efficient cleaning, use mid-size brooms in hard-to-reach areas, corners or along walls.
Warehouse Broom: Warehouse brooms consist of an over-sized broom head that’s designed for sweeping up dust and other fine debris particles in warehouses, or other large, open areas.
Whisk Broom: Whisk brooms are short, small brooms made for cleaning tight spaces, and are designed for use with dustpans.
Other Ways to Sweep
If your establishment calls for something a little less, or a little more, than what we’ve described, there are other forms of sweepers that may be beneficial to you.
Outdoor Sweepers: Outdoor sweepers are great for parking lots, walk ways and storefronts because they don’t require an electrical cord. Wide cleaning paths help you clean quickly, and brushes help sweep fine dirt as well as large debris into a built-in container.
Vacuum: For heavy-duty cleaning, reach for your vacuum. Perfect for picking up almost anything from fine dust to larger debris, a vacuum cleaner is always handy, no matter what type of foodservice operation you run. Upright vacuums and backpack vacuums are both great for large floor areas, while backpack vacuums are also great for tight corners and for steps.
Indoor Sweepers: Otherwise known as “Hoky Sweepers”, these sweepers are great for indoor use, on tile or carpeting. Low profile designs and no electrical cord make these great for quick and quiet cleaning of floors, entranceways and more.