Why ‘game-changing’ broom has been dubbed the best on the market at $43: ‘Nothing compares to this’
- Magic ScruBroom features a handle and squeegee head for effortless cleaning
- Many customers were amazed but others weren’t convinced
A $43 broom dubbed ‘the best on the market’ by thousands has divided customers.
The ‘Magic ScruBroom’ features a long handle and squeegee head for effortless cleaning, with hundreds of videos posted by delighted customers.
While many went as far as to call it a ‘game changer’, others weren’t impressed and criticised the product claiming ‘it’s just a squeegee’.
‘I need this in my life,’ one wrote, before others disagreed calling it a ‘waste of money’.
In one video viewed five million times, the broom glides over a seemingly clean tile floor and picked up a worrying amount of dust, dirt and hair hidden in plain sight.
The ‘Magic ScruBroom’ broom which features a squeegee head caused a stir on social media
The product features a long handle and squeegee head for effortless cleaning, and shocking videos demonstrate how well it works
‘Nobody knows how dirty your floor is except for this broom,’ text read over the clip.
TikToker Serena Miller claims she was ‘astonished’ by just how much debris was on her floor, which she left her baby crawl all over.
In a follow-up video, she purposely threw filthy water and dirt on her tiles to further demonstrate how well the broom works to clean up the mess in one swift motion.
She then wiped a paper towel over the area which remained spotless.
Thousands were amazed at how well the product works, but others preferred not knowing how dirty their floors really are.
‘I need this ASAP!’ one wrote, another said: ‘Let me suffer in ignorance if this is the reality I have to face.’
‘Way better than a broom,’ a third added.
While many went as far as to call it a ‘game changer’, others weren’t impressed and criticised the $43 product, claiming ‘it’s just a squeegee’
But others slammed the product and called out its flaws.
‘Only works if your floor is very level and the tiles are large with minimal grout,’ one said.
‘But what about the grout?’ another said, a third added: ‘Okay but does it absorb anything? Because this is just a squeegee if not.’
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