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Red Gorilla Short Handled 30cm Broom: Yellow
TRLKGR1416

£16.49
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Red Gorilla Short Handled 30cm Broom

This broom comes with an integrated scraper blade, making removing stuck bits even easier. The anti-clog channel cuts down flying dust for a clean sweeping action. Extra wide head means more can be shifted with minimal effort. Can be confidently used in wet environments, as the non-porous polymer head and bristles sock 0% fluid. Excellent to use on various floor types including rubber, hard and decking.

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