carpet sweeper

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a cleaning implement with revolving brushes that pick up dirt as the implement is pushed over a carpet

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So much has been given to me." Even at 84 years old, Anna was described as a "bright-eyed, shrewd, modern, young-old woman," who had "managed to keep pace with the world, to retain her grasp on business, to keep carpet sweepers moving briskly in a vacuum cleaner minded world."
(All photos are courtesy of Bissell, Inc., unless otherwise noted.) Below: Many early Bissell Carpet Sweepers reflected the company's Grand Rapids origins.
Bissell & Sons would soon become the birthplace of one of the world's most known and loved household necessities--the Bissell Carpet Sweeper.
The Bissell Carpet Sweeper was ultimately born out of necessity.
Patented as the Bissell Carpet Sweeper in 1876, Melville began manufacturing his invention in a spare room above the crockery shop.
It was not long before Melville and Anna went on the road selling the Bissell Carpet Sweeper door to door.
Carpet sweepers, kitchen gadgets, thermal carafes, ironing boards, step stools and stepladders, bakeware, cleaning products.
NEW YORK - Non-motorize carpet sweepers still are sweeping up steady sales despite competition from high-tech electric cleaning machines, manufacturers and retailers report.
"We sell a lot of carpet sweepers - at least 24 a month," said Betty Smith, co-owner of Mrs.
Carpet sweepers represent about a 1 million unit category, which has remained constant over the past decade.
Royal's carpet sweepers have a planetary gear system with a 3 to 1 ratio, which creates a faster brush roll speed, and has the capability of spinning forward or backwards.
Other products highlighted include ostrich feather dusters, Leifheit carpet sweepers and stackable chrome wine racks.