|Bristle Length (in.)||21||Handle length (ft.)||3|
|Handle Length (in.)||36||Head Width (in.)||18|
|Product Depth (in.)||2 in||Product Height (in.)||57 in|
|Product Width (in.)||18 in|
|Bristle Material||Coconut Ekel||Bristle Stiffness||Hard Bristle|
|Cleaning Tool Type||Upright Broom||Color||Brown|
|Color Family||Brown||Features||No Additional Features|
|Pack Size||1||Product Weight (lb.)||2 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 years|
A: Yup. It'll even sweep away loose pebbles.
A: I used this broom to sweep up pine needles on wet grass, to sweep up pine needles on rock bed, pavers and driveway. I would think you could use it on your shower floor. Watch their video if you can. I did and I was amazed it can sweep so well on so many surfaces.
A: possibly but you would want to make sure it dried out well after using. I don't think this broom is your best choice. The bristles are very stiff.
A: Yes, this can work on a Pebble Shower floor to sweep water
A: Great for small rocks. I don't think it would be very efficient for anything larger, unless you worked around them
A: It is ideal for that purpose. I have medium rocks in my courtyard and I use it constantly for just that.
A: No, I use it for that purpose also.
A: I think it would work great for this kind of use. We use it in a similar way in our yard and garden.
A: Probably would work well but haven't tried it
A: No, it is too stiff and may scratch your flooring.
A: Yes, sometimes I use it to sweep the husky dog hair off the low pile carpet prior to vacuuming.
A: Some customers have used the broom indoors on their rugs or carpets. You can also use on linoleum. You may want to test it first on a small area of your intended indoor surface.
A: I guess it could, but it wouldn't be as effective as a normal, softer bristle indoor broom on dust and smaller particles because the bristles are harder and wider spaced.
A: Its not great for indoors, too stiff.
A: I would say, yes. I works just like a regular broom, but much sturdier. I absolutely love it.