While you might spend most of your time and energy on cleaning your home interior, do not neglect the great outdoors and Clean off your deck with our deck brush. It is Springtime, and with the glorious sunny season upon us, this is the time we can lay out, relax and socialize. It is very limited precious time, indeed. Usually these fun gatherings of togetherness are spent on a patio or a deck. The floor of your patio or deck has several months’ worth of buildup of dirt and debris, grit and grime. That patio or deck might have a much longer buildup of dirt, depending on when it was last scrubbed, of course.
That sticky, filmy substance can be very unsafe. Whatever is embedded on the ground can create a slippery surface. It would be so unfortunate to have injuries happen. The last thing you want is to have a friend or family member get wipe out during a fun time hanging out on the deck. Whenever you plan to Spring clean, grab the tools that will best complete the cleaning projects.
The St. Nick Company has a plethora of brushes and brooms that will work like magic on a variety of jobs. In this article, we are focus solely on deck brushes. A deck brush is make for, yes you guessed right, a deck!
Our deck brushes are useful, can be especially utilize on difficult cleaning projects and serve as the toughest, roughest scrubbing applications. On our deck brushes, we use bristles that are securely stapled set in a smooth finished hardwood block. It is a very pretty brush make up of solid locally harvested hardwood.
We offer a wide variety of bristle options. The bristle fibers available are palmyra, tampico, yellow poly and blue poly. These assortment of colors and types of fibers allow you to personally specialize your brush to your desired liking! Drill out on the top of the brush block there are two taper handle holes if you wish to attach a long handle to the brush, otherwise just confidently grab the top of the block of the brush with a strong grip and scrub away! According to your preference though, figure out if you want to utilize a long handle or just grip the brush by the block.
It all depends on the type of job you are accomplishing. It all depends on your comfort level. Other than comfort, consider that type of situation would make the cleaning result more effective. If you have a bad back, consider using a handle attachment. If you don’t want to dirty yourself too much, and are just looking for a swift, quick sweep without getting too close, using the handle is a nice option as well.
And there you go, you have got an excellent, dependable deck broom and not only a deck brush. On the other hand, leave it as a deck brush to ensure a thorough heavy duty clean while focusing on the intricacies of the ground very close up, get on your knees and scrub as hard as possible. At the St. Nick Company, we stay inventive by using the incentive that allows our customers to switch up the deck brush to turn it into a deck broom design. We gladly give you this versatile, productive option.
We say that our handles are “an extra set of hands serving as your best assistant.” Our braces are solid metal hardware that securely connects a handle and the brush. These braces are pack and sold individually with all the necessary hardware included in the package. This shows that our company values complete customization for our customer base.
Over time, any surface of a patio or deck needs a complete washdown. The grimy, muddy, mucky, stain, overall yucky buildup of messes are harbored in the lines, edges, ridges, corners, and all over the surface of the grounds. Remember, consider that your home interior is just as important as your home exterior.
Within the household, homeowners are so concerned about eliminating any dust and bacteria, even. Just as the household interior is after with tender, loving care, we encourage you that it is time to pull out your deck brush and intensely scrub out every inch of the deck or porch. Set yourself a goal wanting to reveal the freshest, most spic-n-span patio or deck in the entire neighborhood.
Before using the deck brush to scrub, remove all items off the patio or deck. This will give you so much elbow room and ability to view a cleared-out space to examine the overall surface. There are different types of cleaning agents to pour over the patio or deck. You might want to mop or spray the surface first before pulling out the deck brush or deck broom. Use a diluted bleach mixture or find a reasonable, dependable brand of cleaning solution at any home goods store.
Take into consideration the material that the floors are make from – ask yourself “what is the safest, most effective cleaning agent out there for this?” There is not one specific step by step cleaning regimen to follow – you might want to switch it up routinely. Perhaps take a look at YouTube videos that show a helpful do-it-yourself project. There are so many different materials built into your patio or deck; so we leave it up to you to research the absolute best routine to master. Have pride in caretaking and respecting all areas of your household.
The St. Nick Company provides you with all sorts of brushes and brooms. Once you have finished perfecting your patio or deck, the cleaning does not stop there! Continue to evaluate the outside of your property. Wherever there is concrete, we have the perfect brush or broom for that job. Perhaps consider an acid brush. This brush serves as an excellent tool for scrubbing concrete, cement, and walls. To finish off the concrete job; we have a special concrete brush, to deliver a fine finish with the right results. If you are resurfacing your blacktop driveway; we have a driveway brush that is a combination of bristles and a squeegee to smoothly apply blacktop on driveways.
Let’s take a walk inside of the house. A stunning kitchen has shiny, sparkling like new appliances. Get rid of all dust with our ultimate counter duster. Besides the kitchen, a counter duster can be use throughout the home, as well as in stores, basements; garages, and wood working shops. In a counter brush, fibers are staple-set in a lacquered hardwood handle. A hanging hole is pre-drill for your convenience. It is a very pretty, sizeable brush on the small side that makes it easy to handle. The softest, most laid-back common broom that we sell is our house broom the “Fussy Sweeper.”
This house broom is lightweight and maneuverable, it can be use in endless applications throughout the home or business. Our PVC Fibers are staple-set in a lacquered hardwood block for long life and superior fiber retention. Soft PVC fibers provide the smoothest sweeping action on all but the most delicate surfaces. Before wrapping up, we want to give a big shoutout to our most popular category, the floor sweeps. In this large inventory of floor sweeps, there is one to meet all your general sweeping needs.
There are basic and specialty designs in many different sizes. If you praise yourself as the ideal housewife or expert handyman, your cupboards and toolboxes should have a stockpile of St. Nick brushes and brooms galore! In addition to learning about how valuable our deck brushes or brooms are, we hope that you enjoy reading about overview of our additional brushes and brooms that we have in stock.
Once your spring cleaning is complete; your belove company will be so invite to appreciate the wonderfully clean home as well as patio and deck floors.