The Best Brooms for Dog Owners

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Ben’s formal training and certifications in cleaning include the ASD (Advanced Structural Drying), AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation Technician),
WRT (Water restoration technician), CCT (Carpet Cleaning technician), and bio hazard cleanup, as well as several other certifications from the IICRC. Ben has managed teams involved in cleaning projects around the United States. Ben’s passion for cleaning dates all the way back to keeping his rugby gear tidy while a young lad. Ben holds an undergraduate degree from Oxford, a Master’s degree from Oxford, and a mountain of hands on experience at the school of hard knocks.
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If you are like most people, you don’t want to time searching for a new broom, which is why you should let us help steer you in the right direction. You can count on our team to provide you with accurate information about which brooms will best clean up after your dog.

When hunting for a new broom, you need to take some time to get to know what the market has to offer before making a purchase. It’s also important to remember that the broom you choose should last you for a while. As a result, it’s best to find a broom that can handle day-to-day doggy clean-ups without showing any significant signs of damage over time.

One of the biggest challenges of finding a new broom is the limited information out there on the topic. With so little information “out there,” the only way for us to determine what the best cleaning tools are was to try them out ourselves. That brings us to the testing categories we used to determine which are the best brooms for dog owners.