The 8 Best Electric Brooms

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in March of 2019. Looking for an efficient way to keep your wood and linoleum floors spotless? An electric broom might be the ideal solution for your needs. Though they do operate using suction, these devices are designed specifically for use on hard surfaces, unlike their vacuum cleaner counterparts. They feature durable bristles that sweep debris up and away, so you don't have to resort to a dustpan. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Fuller Brush Spiffy Maid

2. Prolux Stick Vac

3. Bestek Two-in-One

Editor's Notes

March 29, 2019:

There are many advantages to using an electric broom to clean your hard surfaces. They tend to be quite lightweight compared to vacuums, and they can cover large areas more quickly than an old-fashioned broom. Here we've included several conveniently cordless rechargeable devices, in addition to corded models that pack more of a punch in terms of suction power. A fair number of the items in this list come with attachments that make them useful for cleaning more than just floors, such as furniture, ceilings, and, in the case of the Toro Power 38360, outdoor spaces. Similarly, several have detachable handheld vacuums for awkward and/or difficult-to-reach spaces like stairs and shelves.

4. Fuller Brush Bare Floor

5. Light 'N' Easy Cordless

6. Rollibot Puro 100

7. Toro Power 38360

8. Bissell Commercial BG-701B

Taber Koeghan
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