OXO Springs Cleaning On Market
Monday December 17th, 2012 - 8:26PM
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The holiday season may not be over yet, but OXO is ready for spring cleaning. The company announced that it has added to a recently overhauled cleaning collection, making the line more attractive as well as more functional.
Each item has thoughtful details, the company noted, such as a pivoting head on a broom and a comb on a dustpan that make cleaning easier.
OXO’s Upright Sweet Set, suggested retail price $24.99, dustpan and broom clears away dust bunnies. The lightweight aluminum duo features an angled broom for optimum one-hand maneuvering, a dustpan that locks into the open position and a comb that deposits those bunnies directly in the pan. The Any-Angle Broom, SRP $19.99, has a head that clicks into place at multiple angles, a feature that makes cleaning tight spaces easier, and feathered bristles that capture more dirt with each sweep. For smaller messes, the Compact Dustpan & Brush Set also offers an angled brush is angled for easy use that snaps into the dustpan for convenient storage. SRP is $6.99.
OXO's new collection of machine washable microfiber dusters includes the new Microfiber Extendable Duster, which extends to 54 inches and allows users to get at crown moldings, ceiling fans, chandeliers and the like. To dust around books, picture frames and entertainment centers, consumers can take advantage of OXO’s Microfiber Hand Duster, SRP $9.99. The company’s Microfiber Floor Duster, $19.99, boasts a head that swivels for easy maneuverability. The product has a lightweight aluminum pole and a extended surface area which grabs more dust in less time.
Tags: Housewares Organization & Cleaning
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