Monday, February 27, 2017

Wisp Broom and hand wisp review

The Wisp sent me both their full size telescoping broom and their hand wisp. Wisp was founded in 2012 by innovator and entrepreneur Eben Dobson.

The full size wisp broom can be adjusted anywhere from 21" to 52" with the telescoping handle! That makes this PERFECT for anyone in the house.

Wisp is a telescoping broom that has a 90 degree angle. The handle extends from 29" to 51" and has a cradle to hang the broom and the dustpan when not in use. The Wisp is extremely light weight.
All models of the Wisp use Bristle Seal Technology that use short, dense, 90° angle electrostatic bristles. It is said to give a squeegee-like effect. I’m not positive about that, but I do know that the floor is definitely cleaner with one pass than multiple with a regular broom.

WispPan has 4 pressure points for a smooth, clean seal to the floor. Gentle foot pressure on the dustpan holds it in place and all the debris goes into the dustpan easily without having to move it multiple times. The pan also has combs to clean out your broom bristles.

The bristles are much sturdier and dense than a regular broom reducing the effort needed to actually sweet the dirt. The 90 degree angle makes it easy to get under things without losing the debris you are sweeping. I can usually get everything in one pass! How is that for a timesaver!

I have used the full size Wisp on hardwood floors, tile, carpet, upholstery, and stairs. It is said to be good for pet hair and auto interiors as well. It’s sleek, ultra-lightweight design cleans hard to reach window screens, staircases, or ceiling corners. Unlike brooms, the dense bristles create a squeegee-like effect against the surface, reducing allergens in the air and resulting in faster cleaning. The width of the full size is about 12"


The MiniWisp has the same features as the BigWisp, just in a handheld version which is 6.5 x 1 x 7 inches

The garage wisp is 24" wide.

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