sweeping, do I push or pull the SWEEPA?
When used on carpets it is best to sweep towards you
(pulling action). On surfaces such as tiles, you can
either push or pull.
do I replace my SWEEPA head?
Sweepa is made of durable rubber similar to your car's
tires. It will outlast any conventional broom, because
of it's strong, durable bristles. You may never need to replace the head unless you lose it or it gets damaged somehow. Under normal use, these heads will last for many years.
do I wash my SWEEPA?
You can usually just rinse the head clean with a hose or in the sink. For a more thorough clean, simply wash in soapy water, rinse and then dry.
chemicals can affect my SWEEPA?
Sweepa can be used with strong detergents and even swimming
pool acid without harm. If used with oil it is advisable
to rinse your broom head in soapy water after you are done.
does SWEEPA sweep dust and fine dirt particles?
The hundreds of rubber bristles do not flare out. They form
a wall to collect all fine particles without stirring
up dust. Unlike regular brooms that skim over the top, or allow small debris to pass through, the Sweepa is able to completely remove all dirt in a singe swipe.
I use SWEEPA outdoors on patios, driveways and walkways?
Absolutely! The SWEEPA bristles are ultra-durable and ideal
for outdoor use. They will not wear down or become damaged by this type of surface. The rubber bristles are sturdy enough for the most extreme surfaces, but gentle enough to be used anywhere.
does SWEEPA collect hair from carpets?
The rubber bristles penetrate into the pile of the carpet
to remove pet hair, lint and fluff. A static charge will build when you use short strokes, and will pull up hair, fur and dust like a magnet so it is easy to remove.