Roto Sweep: A Floor Sweeper With Rotating Brushes
Date Published: 03/03/2017 11:49 AM
I've pretty much left all of my floor cleaning duties to my Roomba at this point, but when there's something that it misses, I'll have to get at it with a broom. And there's pretty much nothing worse than sweeping. All of those back and forth motions will soon be the death of me. This new invention called the Roto Sweep combines the rotating brushes of a mechanical vacuum or robotic cleaner with a regular-old broom and integrated dustpan.
With the combination of spinning brushes and a collector pan you can simply push the device over what you'd like to clean, and the spinning brushes will bring it right into the container inside of it. You won't have to push it back and forth and eventually bend all the way down to push it into a dustpan.
There's no power cord, batteries, or bags required as everything is powered by pushing it across the floor. Plus, once the internal container is filled up, you can simply open the latch on the back of the Roto Sweep and empty the contents into the garbage.
Since the brushes push everything into the container from wherever the dust and debris hits them, you can get right up against the edges of your kitchen to clean every nook and cranny of your hardwood floors or tiles.
The Roto Sweep is completely quiet as it makes no sound, it folds flat which makes it super easy to get under couches and chairs, but is even better for storing while using as little of space as possible.
The hand-powered rotating brush sweeper works perfectly on all kinds of hard floors, including wood, tile, marble, laminate, and more. It easily picks up pet hair, food, glass, pet food, glass, dust, and more.
Also included in the purchase is a hand-held sweeper that lets you pick things up on carpet, upholstery, tablecloths, and other non-hard surfaces.
Check out the Roto Sweep in action via the video below.