Why this “game-changing” broom is called the best on the market at $43: “Nothing beats this”
- Magic ScruBroom features a handle and squeegee head for easy cleaning
- Many customers were surprised, but others weren’t
A $43 vacuum dubbed “the best on the market” by thousands has divided customers.
Magic ScruBroom features a long handle and squeegee head for effortless cleaning, with hundreds of videos posted by satisfied customers.
While many went so far as to call it a “game-changer”, others were unimpressed and criticized the product by claiming it was “just a doormat”.
One wrote, “I need this in my life,” 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 picks up an alarming amount of dust, dirt, and hair hidden in plain sight.
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The Magic ScruBroom broom with a mop head has caused a stir on social media
The product features a long handle and mop head for easy cleaning, and shocking videos show just how well it works
“Nobody knows how dirty your floor is except for this broom,” the text above the clip read.
TikToker Serena Miller claims she was “amazed” at the amount of debris that was on her floor, which left her baby crawling all over the place.
In a follow-up video, she purposely dumps dirty water and dirt on her tiles to show how well the broom cleans up the mess in one quick motion.
Then she wiped a paper towel over the area, which remained clean.
Thousands were amazed at how well the product worked, but others preferred not to know how dirty their floors really were.
“I need this ASAP!” One wrote, and another said, “Let me suffer in ignorance if this is the truth I have to face.”
A third added: “Much better than a broom.”
While many went so far as to call it a “game-changer,” others were not impressed and criticized the $43 product, claiming it was “just a doormat.”
But others criticized the product and described its shortcomings.
One said “it only works if the floor is very flat and the tiles are large in size with minimal grout”.
“But what about plaster?” Another said, and a third added: Well, but does it absorb anything? Because that’s just a doormat if it’s not.