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Leonard Heavy Duty Coarse Broom Plastic Fibers 24in Wide With Hardwood Handle

  • 4 Stars
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# 1424
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Weight: 6.80 lbs
Compare and Save! We've included all of the great features of the name brand and then went one better by adding a steel handled version. Built to last with a high quality hardwood block (3" x 1 1/8"). Highly concentrated 4.25" bristles clear a wide swath. 60" hardwood handle has a strong steel connector and powder coated braces. Bristles are held by galvanized steel fasteners for durability. Wooden block and handle is lacquer coated for long life. 24" head, 60" wood handle. Lifetime warranty.


  • 24" wide head
  • Hardwood block is 3" x 1 and 1/8"
  • 60" wood handle
  • Steel braces
  • Poly bristles are 4 and 1/4" long

Product Features

Steel braces connect the broom head to the handle Bright-orange stiff poly bristles Bristles are held by galvanized steel fasteners Wooden block is lacquer coated for long life Wood handle is lightweight, but strong for the job as a push-broom

Product Benefits

Steel braces add to the stability and strength of the head/handle connection Poly bristles have a long lifespan, resist moisture and push the most debris over most surfaces Steel fasteners holding the bristles add to the overall broom durability Lacquer coating on wood block protects the finish and adds to overall wear-resistance


A.M. Leonard, Inc. warrants all its tools identified with the "A.M. Leonard Lifetime Warranty" to be free from material defects for the life of the tool.
Lifetime Warranty

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

3 Stars

Great sweeping but leaves a mess Dustin from CO wrote February 01, 2018

I initially loved this broom when I bought it, as it is great for moving debris and dirt. However, after owning it for only a month or so, the bristles began breaking off and leaving little orange pieces in its wake. If I use the broom now I can expect to pick up 10 - 20 bristle pieces by hand when I'm done. I suspect this is caused by breakdown from UV radiation, which the bristles are supposed to be resistant against. I bought 2 of these brooms, and they both have the same problem.

5 Stars

Snow removal for walks. Robert Torgersen, Landscape Architect from NJ wrote January 08, 2018

Good selection of site work items

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