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Vileda Dust Pan & Brush Set - £2.80 @ Dunelm (Free Collection / £3.95 Delivery)
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Vileda Dust Pan & Brush Set - £2.80 @ Dunelm (Free Collection / £3.95 Delivery)

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Posted 15th JunEdited by:"matwalaboy"
A bit of a crowd favourite this dust pan and brush set, at a decent low price at Dunelm, next time you visit a house and find one of these, you can safely assume they are an avid HUKD-er just like you NBP based on Amazon.

Description
The Vileda 2-in-1 dustpan set has been specially designed to make sweeping up easier. The brush has two different types of bristle - soft black bristles for dust and smaller particles and stiffer red bristles for getting into edges and corners. The front of the dustpan has a soft rubber lip that helps remove all of the dust and dirt in just one sweep. The dustpan handle has a moulded handgrip making it more comfortable to hold. The brush slots securely into the handle of the dustpan for easy storage. Made from durable plastic.

Details
  • Ergonomically designed dustpan and brush set
  • Fine black bristles sweep up dust and smaller particles
  • Stiffer red bristles for sweeping into corners
  • Rubber lip on front of dustpan helps remove up all the dust in one go
  • Brush slots into dustpan handle for easy storage

Hope it helps someone.
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ScorchingHot15/06/2020 13:11

How’s this any different to any other dustpan and brush for £1?!


Refer to this well detailed review posted by @lirem, yes it's more than double the price, but it's well justified as the product actually picks dirt up properly and lasts long than a £1 one.
Compare that to these £1000+ iPhone pro max or Galaxy S20 ultra worth more than double of a decent Xiaomi, OnePlus phones where the extra isn't justified, they don't do a comparable better job or last any longer than a cheaper phone.

lirem:


I know that's sarcasm, but here:

"For my sins I have to buy quite a lot of dustpan and brushes, so...

Possibly the most important feature is that the rubber lip is actually flat and thin at the tip and large enough to create a decent seal against the floor so the sweepings don't go under or get stuck.
The pan itself is quite wide and tapers down backwards towards the handle with little legs so it sit by itself and be swept into.

The brush consists of two different types of bristle which is good because it gathers the fine dust as well as the solids.

The set is made from decently thick plastic so doesn't snap even under a rubble type load.

They are consistently well made and uniform, can go in the dishwasher.

Cheepo £1 sets tend to be smaller, thinner, prone to cracking and snapping, have a poor rubber lip, ausually not absolutely flat, tend to melt and deform in a dishwasher, brushes tend to be one type of bristle and not as effective,.
IKEA ones also suffer from most of the above as well.
The more industrial, commercial type are pretty good but you'll pay a tenner, dunelm mill do a really good (grey/white) clone of the vileda but it's more expensive, so no point.

The only thing about the vileda that is a problem is the colour which means it is a problem in proffesional colour coded environments."

Taken from a previous post.
Edited by: "P.man" 15th Jun
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Good quality kit for that price.
How’s this any different to any other dustpan and brush for £1?!
ScorchingHot15/06/2020 13:11

How’s this any different to any other dustpan and brush for £1?!


Refer to this well detailed review posted by @lirem, yes it's more than double the price, but it's well justified as the product actually picks dirt up properly and lasts long than a £1 one.
Compare that to these £1000+ iPhone pro max or Galaxy S20 ultra worth more than double of a decent Xiaomi, OnePlus phones where the extra isn't justified, they don't do a comparable better job or last any longer than a cheaper phone.

lirem:


I know that's sarcasm, but here:

"For my sins I have to buy quite a lot of dustpan and brushes, so...

Possibly the most important feature is that the rubber lip is actually flat and thin at the tip and large enough to create a decent seal against the floor so the sweepings don't go under or get stuck.
The pan itself is quite wide and tapers down backwards towards the handle with little legs so it sit by itself and be swept into.

The brush consists of two different types of bristle which is good because it gathers the fine dust as well as the solids.

The set is made from decently thick plastic so doesn't snap even under a rubble type load.

They are consistently well made and uniform, can go in the dishwasher.

Cheepo £1 sets tend to be smaller, thinner, prone to cracking and snapping, have a poor rubber lip, ausually not absolutely flat, tend to melt and deform in a dishwasher, brushes tend to be one type of bristle and not as effective,.
IKEA ones also suffer from most of the above as well.
The more industrial, commercial type are pretty good but you'll pay a tenner, dunelm mill do a really good (grey/white) clone of the vileda but it's more expensive, so no point.

The only thing about the vileda that is a problem is the colour which means it is a problem in proffesional colour coded environments."

Taken from a previous post.
Edited by: "P.man" 15th Jun
P.man15/06/2020 21:56

Refer to this well detailed review posted by @lirem, yes it's more than …Refer to this well detailed review posted by @lirem, yes it's more than double the price, but it's well justified as the product actually picks dirt up properly and lasts long than a £1 one.Compare that to these £1000+ iPhone pro max or Galaxy S20 ultra worth more than double of a decent Xiaomi, OnePlus phones where the extra isn't justified, they don't do a comparable better job or last any longer than a cheaper phone.lirem:I know that's sarcasm, but here:"For my sins I have to buy quite a lot of dustpan and brushes, so...Possibly the most important feature is that the rubber lip is actually flat and thin at the tip and large enough to create a decent seal against the floor so the sweepings don't go under or get stuck. The pan itself is quite wide and tapers down backwards towards the handle with little legs so it sit by itself and be swept into. The brush consists of two different types of bristle which is good because it gathers the fine dust as well as the solids. The set is made from decently thick plastic so doesn't snap even under a rubble type load.They are consistently well made and uniform, can go in the dishwasher.Cheepo £1 sets tend to be smaller, thinner, prone to cracking and snapping, have a poor rubber lip, ausually not absolutely flat, tend to melt and deform in a dishwasher, brushes tend to be one type of bristle and not as effective,.IKEA ones also suffer from most of the above as well. The more industrial, commercial type are pretty good but you'll pay a tenner, dunelm mill do a really good (grey/white) clone of the vileda but it's more expensive, so no point.The only thing about the vileda that is a problem is the colour which means it is a problem in proffesional colour coded environments."Taken from a previous post.


Full credit for that review goes to @Synesok. I just re-posted it on an earlier deal for this set.
Edited by: "lirem" 16th Jun
Great pan man!
Bought for £2.50 4 or so months ago from Amazon.
Lip made from a good quality rubber - check
Straight lip - check
Bristle stiffness just right so that they flick the crud into the dustpan and don't just trap everything - check.
A handle that actually stays attached to the pan when stored away - check.

These might be tiny details, but it just means the tool works for the job.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 16th Jun
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