Libman Roundup + Giveaway


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For over 120 years, the Libman family has made quality their utmost priority. William Libman started The Libman Company in 1896 with one mission; to make the finest, most durable wire-wound corn brooms. William’s sons, grandsons and great grandchildren have since expanded that mission to include the finest mops, brooms, brushes and cleaning tools.

 

Libman Precision Angle Broom

The Precision Angle Broom and dustpan set. The broom fibres are precisely cut to reach under cabinets and tight corners. The flagged fibres pick up dirt, dust and debris. Dustpan has teeth on the side to remove debris from a broom. Longer life, an environmentally friendly fibre made from recycled PET bottles. Excellent for indoor or outdoor use.

  • Guaranteed quality construction
  • Hanger tip for convenient storage
  • 6.5 in. Long fibres

Hard to get excited about a broom, but I did anyway! This is the best one I’ve ever had. The bristles really are the best of any broom I’ve encountered so far. They pick up everything with ease, from spilt flour to rice, small scraps of paper and even sand. The angle bristles get right into corners and along edges. The dustpan is just as great, with a nice smooth, fine edge to catch everything the broom brings back to it. The fact that the two fit together is a real bonus. Can’t beat it.

Libman Nitty Gritty Roller Mop

The Nitty Gritty Roller Mop has green pads to help lift the dirt away, while the built-in scrub brush breaks down tough dirt. It also has an easy-to-pull wringer handle and a tear resistant sponge. This roller style sponge mop is great on many surfaces including, tile, wood, laminate, and concrete.

  • 10 in. wide synthetic, high-grade, tear resistant sponge
  • Attached scrub brush made from recycled pet bottle flakes
  • Steel rod pulls sponge through rollers
  • Molded tip hanger on handle for easy storage

Easy to use, easy to wring, an overall convenient mop that cuts through grime. The mop head itself is covered with little-textured dots so that it picks up all the dirt and junk but conveniently washes off extremely easy. The Roller Mop has a great scrubber on the other side of the sponge which is actually more like a stiff broom, which slides off if you want it to. Very convenient to scrub off dried-on junk. All in all, it’s a really heavy duty mop that should last a good, long while. In this age of cheap manufacturing, it’s nice to find a product that isn’t engineered to fail.

Libman Jumbo Cotton Wet Mop

50% Larger version than the Libman #120 Cotton Wet Mop. The looped-ends provide less streaking and more durability. Works well wringing out by hand or with a wringer bucket attachment.

  • Recycled, 4-ply cotton yarn
  • 12 oz. in weight
  • Electrostatic powder coated steel handle
  • Handle screws on and off

This mop is very durable and works very well. The scrub pad that is attached to the mop is very handy but only for a very short while before it starts shredding. It’s not a big deal, it can just be cut off once it starts falling apart. The mop’s strands are looped at the ends and sewn, therefore there’s little streaking and no stray fibres getting caught on furniture. When your mop gets too dirty you can easily throw it in the washer with some old cleaning rags, no problem! 

Libman Rinse Bucket with Wringer

Gain efficiency from your cleaning routine. The Libman Rinse Bucket with Wringer fits multiple needs from the one bucket. It offers one side for clean water and another for dirty water. It also features a convenient wringer that snaps in and out as needed.

  • Heavy-duty 12-melt polypropylene molded bucket and handle
  • Comfortable ergonomic handle
  • Lightweight at only 2.5 lbs. for effortless portability
  • Great for cotton, wet, sponge and deck mops that do not come with a wringer
  • 17 in. x 14 in. across the top to accommodate larger mops
  • 14.5 in. x 11 in. at the bottom
  • Wringer opening: 10 in. x 5 in. wide

A sturdy bucket that eases the chore of mopping, it actually makes it a pleasure! Works very well for floor cleaning. Keeps the dirty and clean rinse water separate and it not too heavy when filled with water and cleaning solution.

Libman Floor Scrub

With a steel handle, the Libman Floor Scrub Brush enables you to clean the floor without having to crawl around and hurt your knees. You can reach into tight corners and small spaces with the pointed head. It pivots 180° for even more convenience.

  • Excellent for bathrooms, kitchens and many other rooms
  • Fibers made from recycled pet water bottles
  • Polypropylene molded scrub brush
  • Green and white

I don’t get down on my hands & knees as easily as I used to and this makes my life a little easier. A speciality brush that’s great to have on hand. It fits into corners and other tight spaces as well as being the perfect scrubber for tile grout. The bristles are stiff enough to get out stubborn grime even when used while standing. Such a time saver.

 

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WIN IT!

 

One Canadian Mom Reviews reader will win a Libman cleaning prize pack containing the following items;

  • Extra Large Precision Angle Broom with Dustpan
  • Jumbo Cotton Wet Mop
  • 4-Gallon Utility Bucket with Wringer
  • No Knees Floor Scrub
  • Nitty Gritty Roller Mop

 

 CANADA only

ENDS: 9/13

GOOD LUCK!

This article has 70 Comments

  1. I hate cleaning the kitchen….. no matter how many times I sweep up the crumbs and dog hair there is always more !

  2. I hate cleaning my bathroom the most, because of my bad back it’s hard for me to clean the tub and behind the toilet

  3. What I hate the most isn’t one area but all the floors. Between the kids and pets, they are dirty again minutes after cleaning them. It really feels like a thankless chore!

  4. I hate cleaning my kitchn floor the most because sometimes after dinner it looks like there was a buffet dinner served on the floor. I need that Libman’s extra large precision angle broom! 🙂

  5. The room I hate cleaning the most is the bathroom, and the “area” I hate cleaning the most is a toss up between the floors, the shower, and the blinds.

  6. i hate doing our great room, it has the most traffic and being a kitchen/living area combo it’s always in need of a mop

  7. I actually don’t mind cleaning my house, I just have no time to clean my house…I generally work10hrs a day, get home at 10pm at night and because my house is tiny I can’t clean then (besides being tired, the other half is already asleep) . Most times in the a.m. I am making/prepping supper stuff, so do the basics and try to get as much done as possible (I find with only 2 people its hard to get laundry done as there is so little of it)

  8. The kitchen! Otherwise known as… crumb land!! Ugh so frustrating especially when 2 hours after I clean it the kids mess it up all over again!

  9. The area of my house that I hate cleaning the most is anything with carpet which is the bedrooms at the moment but are hoping to change that.

  10. I hate cleaning my kitchen floor under the dinner table. We are a family of 6 and I have a toddler, so after dinner the floor is a mess. So annoying getting around all the chairs and table legs.

  11. I hate cleaning the bathroom; especially the ensuite shower stall. It’s old and has hard water stains that no matter how hard I try, I’m unable to remove.

  12. I’m not a fan of bathroom cleaning but I do like a clean bathroom. The worst part of our house is doing the floors in general. 2 dogs and 3 kids…. nuff said 🙂

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