|Bristle Length (in.)||3||Handle length (ft.)||5|
|Head Width (in.)||24||Product Depth (in.)||3 in|
|Product Height (in.)||60 in||Product Width (in.)||24 in|
|Bristle Material||Polypropylene||Bristle Stiffness||Hard Bristle|
|Cleaning Tool Type||Push Broom||Color||Blue|
|Color Family||Blue||Commercial/Residential||Commercial, Residential|
|Features||Grip Handle||Handle Material||Wood|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor, Outdoor||Product Weight (lb.)||6.46 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Five Year Warranty|
A: It's a good broom to spread new sand into the pavers, which should be done after getting the pavers power washed... that's really the only way to make them look new and get rid of the moss and weeds.
A: No, I don't think it will work great as rake but you could probably sweep off things on artificial grass because it's very tough so it should slide off.
A: Yes, I believe it would. I use it for sweeping the gravel out of my grass along out paved rural road as well as sweeping the road itself. Using it on artificial turf should work much better in my opinion.
A: The website length listed in the Specifications is wrong. The bristles are 4" long x .050" dia..
A: Water-yes. Mud-not sure. We were sweeping wet sand OK.
A: Up to a certain weight and thickness… worked ok for me on wet leaves/ dirt/ soil combo..
A: No, this broom will not push mud and water on driveways.