Best household squeegees according to redditors

We found 91 Reddit comments discussing the best household squeegees. We ranked the 25 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Household Squeegees:

u/thebeautifulrikku · 331 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

I got my husband one of these and our vacuum stopped looking like that. He scoffed at me when I bought it but now he loves it. :)

u/wanderingfuller · 80 pointsr/powerwashingporn

I got it off amazon

here’s the link!

u/OmNomDeBonBon · 75 pointsr/interestingasfuck

A browse through Amazon shows this product (and similar contraptions) have horrendously bad reviews:

> This is the worst product I have bought on-line. At £50 including postage (it came without packaging) it just does not work. It is for hard to clean windows but the instructions advise wetting all of the outside of the window before starting. If they are hard to clean how do you wet them? It is difficult to place the outside element and magnetise it to the inside element. Once attached movement is poor and the two parts separate easily. The image suggests a child could use it. I doubt it very much. You need extra long arms to get the outside element out around the window frame, without falling out. Certainly not something I would recommend and if I could give less than one star I would. Avoid this like the plague.

u/swingthatwang · 40 pointsr/aww

fyi for carpets there's a broom like thing where at the ends, instead of bristles, it's basically rubber, to "sweep" up all the hair in the carpet. my mom uses it for my hella fluffy pomeranian when he's at max floof capacity (ie after he's done shedding and all his hair grows back in 1 week and he just poofs up like a popcorn)

edit: found it

u/Cyno01 · 23 pointsr/DesignPorn

Its just a string so if you drop the outside part it doesnt fall all the way to the ground outside.

u/satans_a_woman · 19 pointsr/teenmom

Whaaaat!? I've never seen those and now I want one! opens amazon

Edit: I ordered this one!!! It even doubles as a squeegee!! I'm so excited lol thanks, OP! It's going to be amazing on my wood stairs AND carpet.

u/coleman567 · 14 pointsr/interestingasfuck

According to the description, it can be used on double pane windows up to 1-1/8"

u/Gelderado · 14 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I think it might be this!!

FURemover Pet Broom

u/starryskyplanet · 10 pointsr/lifehacks

There are long handled squeegees that are perfect for getting dog and cat hair off of fabric surfaces and out of carpetFURemover

u/echelon_01 · 10 pointsr/powerwashingporn

They make these fantastic silicone brushes that remove pet hair from upholstery and clothes! And brooms, too! Helps keep my vacuum from exploding.

u/notabigmelvillecrowd · 9 pointsr/pics

These things are your new best friend.

u/superlosernerd · 7 pointsr/powerwashingporn
u/echo-ghost · 7 pointsr/britishproblems

maybe hook a system of pulleys on the inside so you don't have to stand at your window and make eye contact with anyone else

u/areazus · 7 pointsr/Damnthatsinteresting

The Glider S-1 Magnetic Window Cleaner for Single Glazed Windows Fit to 0.08" Up To 0.3" / 2-8 mm Window thickness.

u/kryren · 6 pointsr/AskWomen

We have a Dyson DC41 and it does a good job of keeping the carpet clean of my long, ever shedding hair, plus the two dogs and the cat.

Another, cheaper option is to buy a rubber broom and run it back and forth along the carpet. The hair sticks to the rubber bristles and the come up to the top. Depending on how much hair you have in the carpet, the broom will roll it into small ropes that you can then vacuum up.

We've tried both and found that the dyson gets out the same amount of hair as the broom (on our carpets), but keep the broom around for cleaning out the cars.

u/dissaver · 6 pointsr/HomeImprovement

No experience per se, but I have used a rubber tined "rake" called the Fur Remover on lower pile carpet before with good results.

u/Shippolo · 5 pointsr/teslamotors

Real talk, I've been using some weird rubber pet hair broom (like this thing) for the last 5 or 6 years. It's far and away the best snow removal tool i've ever used. I can easily reach every part of the various cars/ trucks I've used it on. It's like a super soft rubber so it's basically impossible to scratch anything and it leaves everything squeaky clean/dry and snow doesn't get stuck in the bristles so you can clear like a foot of snow off your entire car without ever having to mess with it.

I still have a normal ice scraper/brush thing that i keep in my car for actual ice though.

u/Floatography · 5 pointsr/photography

I've developed around 200 rolls of film and have never set foot in a dark room. You only need darkrooms if you want to make prints. To go from undeveloped to developed negatives you only need a "daylight" tank (Paterson is a popular brand) and a Dark bag.

Here is everything you need to get started with black and white stand development:

1 reel tank

Dark bag

Church key bottle opener

Scissors with long-ish blades

Adox Rodinal


10ml syringe - you will need this to measure rodinal and fixer accurately

generic measuring cups

Optional but nice:

Film clips - you can also substitute laundry clips or use the clips on pants hangers.

Film Squeegee - you can also just use your fingers coated in a bit of water with a drop of soap in it.

Negative Holders

The process is pretty easy.

1) shoot film and rewind entirely into cartridge

2) put tank, reel, lid, cartridge, bottle opener and scissors into bag. Shut off lights - it doesn't need to be perfectly dark, just no intense light.

3) open cartridge with bottle opener, remove film, cut off leader, spool onto reel, put reel into tank, close lid, remove everything from dark bag.

4) mix up a 1:100 solution of rodinal to water making ~300ml (3ml rodinal, 300ml of water)

5) add mixture to tank (do not remove the inner lid), agitate a few times and set a timer for 1 hour

6) during that 1 hour you should mix up a 1:9 solution of fixer (30ml fixer, 270ml water)

7) after an hour, pour out developer, fill and empty the tank with water a few times. Then fill and agitate 5 times, empty, fill and agitate 10 times, empty, fill and agitate 20 times, empty

8) add fixer solution. Agitate for 30 seconds. Then for 6 minutes agitate for 5 seconds every 30 seconds. While you do this, run your shower on its hottest setting until done (this will eliminate most airborn dust in your bathroom)

9) pour the fixer in a air tight container and store it in a dark place (you can use the same mix of fixer about 3 times, adding 2 minutes each time) and repeat the rinsing procedure from step 7

10) open the tank, hang the film somewhere in your bathroom (I usually hang mind from the shower curtain rod using coat hangers), squeegee the film off in 2-3 passes and leave it to dry

11) after 1 hour you should cut the film into strips of 6 exposures each and store in your negative holders

And there you have it, you have developed black and white film! The process is very easy and gets easier every time you do it. Stand development is also VERY economically efficient as you barely use any rodinal per roll and you can reuse the fixer. It massively raises your films apparent sharpness and contrast and can correct for missed exposures to a ridiculous degree. Also, if you want to develop multiple film speeds in one tank, it can do that!

I am happy to answer any questions ANYONE has about home film developing.

u/ellesue6 · 5 pointsr/CleaningTips

Evriholder Sw-250I-Amz-6, Furemover Pet Hair Removal Broom with Squeegee & Telescoping Handle That Extends from 3-5', Black & Yellow

Or something similar. Works really well!

u/apcreddit · 5 pointsr/nyc
u/rothnic · 4 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Why would you take popcorn down only to spray up a very slightly different texture? I think we'd need to know the size of the flaws, but you should be able to skim coat it with drywall and use a large squeegee to smooth things out. If drywall mud wouldn't work, then there are other compounds meant for concrete that could provide the same result.

But, I'm in an area where smooth ceilings are preferred, that is what I'd favor.

drywall squeegee

u/CrunchyMother · 4 pointsr/CleaningTips

Look for a rubber carpet broom.
Furemover Broom and Lint Brush Combo made from Natural Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal

u/Iusemyhands · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

rubber broom I'm not kidding.

u/Devil_Nights · 3 pointsr/BullTerrier

It is a never ending struggle when it comes to the hair. I have found a rubber bristle broom helps a lot though.

u/eggpl4nt · 2 pointsr/gifs

My particular one is the FURemover, I got it on Amazon for around $20. You use it just like a rake, raking up all the hair haha.

Here's a link:

u/MugzNnudes · 2 pointsr/amazon

It's friggin' awesome this thing... I tried it out on an area that had already been vacuumed - and it pulled up stuff the vacuum had left behind. Definitely requires "raking" action than "push broom" action.

u/CRRZ · 2 pointsr/OldSkaters

Grab one of these and bring it with you next time! You’ll be skating in 20 minutes!

Rubbermaid Commercial Standard Floor Squeegee

u/ProjectSnowman · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

What's different from your old house?

/u/majesticjg has the right idea. We've noticed that area's without carpet have the least amount of "animal" smells. Dust and hair get pushed into the corners of the rooms by the ceiling fans and we just sweep them up every couple of days. Soft surfaces like carpet and cloth trap and hold dust and hair. This is one of the best tools for rugs and carpet. It pulls up all the crud that gets stuck down in the fibers that a regular vacuum just can't get. It works really good on berber and not as good on shag, so YMMV.

We have 10+ animals in our house and our filter still looks brand new after 6 months, it's one of those $30 12 month monster filters (I should check it again though). We also only have one bad shedder who we comb regularly and that seems to help the most out of everything. Grooming your pets is something that people tend to forget, but is an important part of owning a pet. The GSD/Husky mix is the worst shedder I've ever seen and we usually have to give him a good combing every couple of months. A Furminator is nice, but we just use a fine tooth comb or one of those metal bristle brush. If you dogs don't mind the vacuum, having someone there with the hose to suck up all the hair makes things a lot cleaner.

u/kris10leigh · 2 pointsr/dogs

I swear by this thing - a once-over on our rugs gets up almost all the fur, and then I can go through with the vacuum.

That said, with vacuuming make sure you're running it at different angles; you need to approach the carpet from a couple different directions to get all the fur loose as you go.

u/refugefirstmate · 2 pointsr/answers
u/sneaky_dragon · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

You can use a rubber broom. I bought this one.

For blankets, I'd just shake them out super hard outside. I usually just throw them in the wash though.

u/petcrazed · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

Evriholder FURemover Broom with Squeegee made from Natural Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal, Telescoping Handle that Extends from 3 ft to 6 ft

Something like this

u/goombahshapeless · 2 pointsr/dogs

I have an american eskimo mix who sheds all the time in a household with (mild) dog allergies so we vacum a lot. If you have high pile carpet, none of the roombas we've tried seem to be able to get all the fur totally out of the carpet. It does pretty well but there still is visible fur clumps after it runs. We either run a regular vacuum once a month as a deep clean or use a carpet rake to get the rest of the fur out. The carpet rake works better for us since our dog is terrified of the regular vacuum (He does fine with the roomba tho).

u/kirstinmiller · 2 pointsr/Frugal

I've had this for a couple months. FURemover It does a great job getting cat hair off rugs. The included brush is perfect for furniture and cat trees.

u/Insert2Quarters · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have a rubber broom that collects dust and all of the pet hair.
It hurt a little to pay so much for a broom, it's worth it. One side is also a squiggly that ul you can use on floors or windows.

Evriholder FURemover Broom with Squeegee made from Natural Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal, Telescoping Handle that Extends from 3 ft to 6 ft

u/gorcorps · 1 pointr/homeautomation

Does your office door swing into your office, or swing out? Unfortunately, they don't make a single product that handles both directions, so it'll depend on how your door closes.


If the open door swings into your office, you need this for a closer:

If the open door swings out, you need this:

u/Moerkbak · 1 pointr/gifs
u/nateisageek132 · 1 pointr/solar

I bought this on, and bought the brush attachment. Used it a few days ago and worked awesome

EVERSPROUT 7-to-25 FootEVERSPROUT 7-to-25 Foot Swivel

u/vkrish1 · 1 pointr/gifs

160$ for this? Is this for people with fuck you money?

u/subsonic87 · 1 pointr/Kayaking

I have one of these—it’s not so bad. It’s essentially an overgrown pool toy, but I have fun in it on the river. It doesn’t handle super well in ocean currents or in strong wind, of course.

If you do get one of these, I highly recommend getting a painter’s pole—like this one—to fashion a sort of makeshift backbone for this thing. I use one of those, inspired by the Advanced Elements Backbone, and it improves handling by a lot. It’s especially handy for when paddling solo, because it distributes weight a lot better than just having your butt sag down in the low-pressure floor.

u/WhatAJSaid · 1 pointr/Damnthatsinteresting

There’s a video on Amazon Tyroler Bright Tools The Glider S-1 Magnetic Window Cleaner for SINGLE Glazed Windows Fit to 0.1"-0.3" Window thickness.

u/matrixknight88 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So I guess I post my answers here.

  1. This item is good for storing and sharing all of your magical concotions, be it polyjuice potion or love potion. Just be careful to not have too much fun with it.
  2. This broom made of high quality material will last you forever, and can probably handle a trip to space, so getting around campus should be no problem.
  3. With a bit of magic, this item can help you defend yourself against the toughest washroom trolls.
    4. A book! And well, it is a book about a non-descript wizard. I could learn some very valuable lessons from it.
  4. This little number can be used to store your photos from family back home, or your collectible wizard cards from the packs of chocolate frogs you'll find around campus. You can also magic it to protect your lunch from those nasty Primeryns.
  5. This book is a pretty magical one, and can help you improve your magic dramatically by teaching you how to spell. (hurr, I think I'm punny.)
u/space-ninja · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Oh man, that sounds awesome! Is it this?

u/DIYlikeaLADY · 1 pointr/EntrepreneurRideAlong

I use one of these on the hardwoods for dog hair. I also use it on the rugs before I vacuum. Works for me.

u/Crysalim · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I got this as a psuedo-joke, but little did I know that it would be AMAZING for cleaning up the carpet of my love's hair before vacuuming. The rake just takes hair, sticks it to the rubber spikes, and catches every clump you would miss with your eyes. It really is awesome, haha.

u/rumphy · 1 pointr/analog

Use distilled water for your final rinse, and/or a film squeegee similar to this one.badsqueegee. There are cleaners available to prevent waterspots, but they tend to be expensive.

u/Greenescraft · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

Obviously putting a roof over it would prevent water from sitting. It looks like the water pooling isn't focused enough int one spot to warrant putting in a drain. Have you though about getting a floor squeegy? They are cheep and it's not that much area to just hit up real quick if you have people over.

u/wthisg · 1 pointr/EngineeringHorror

Basically this

However I don't know about accessibility of your glass.

u/confused_boner · 1 pointr/Justrolledintotheshop

Surprisingly a rubber squeegee works really well for pet hair removal out of carpeting. Kinda like this

u/bobbyLapointe · 1 pointr/france
u/wohengvanow · 1 pointr/VacuumCleaners

i would probably go home with a sebo K3 if i were in your shoes (or can go big with a D4). Sebo's quick fieldstrip head will come in handy in removing the medium/long hair, washing/disinfecting, and i dont think there's anything else like it in that regard. a new roll costs like $25 if you happen to kill it. Not sure if it comes with parquet or kombi head also but they work good with front brush removed. Sebo bags are cheaper than miele i think, but 2/3 the size unless you shell out the $$$ for a D4 which is more comparable to a miele C3. Smaller bag capacity could be a good thing. How long do you really want crap to ferment in the vacuum anyway?


The Miele C3 costs more but has bigger bag comparable to sebo D4. the SEB236/228 powerheads basically dont fieldstrip at all, but it has a slot in the brushroll for scissors. I would probably pick a C2 or C3 for a house with no pets.


Both choice are totl for filtration. Spend the savings on bags. Change often if it smells. Buy bag tablets.


On second thought, maybe a vacuum cleaner is the wrong tool for massive amounts of fur. You wouldn't use pliars to remove a lug nut.. but you could. Long hair and spinning brushes don't seem like they should go together. Maybe the suction can be used in conjunction with a specialized tool?

Evriholder FURemover Broom with Squeegee made from Natural Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal, Telescoping Handle that Extends from 3 ft to 6 ft

Grandi Groom AB24 Carpet Rake, 18-Inch Head, 54-Inch Handle, Blue

u/Dom24seven · 1 pointr/CleaningTips
u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/amazondealsus

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u/Buddhalite · 1 pointr/Naples_FL
u/morricone42 · 1 pointr/de

Zum Fensterputzen: Ungers Liquid und Ungers Glasreinigungsset. Dann die Tutorials anschauen.

Mit der Technik schaffe ich es alle Fensterscheiben meiner Wohnung in unter 20 min zu putzen. Ganz ohne Stress.

u/Elisabethkcmo · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

This is the one I have:

Hair rake and squeege

u/canbrn · 1 pointr/gifs

Are magnets powerful enough to clean insulated glazing windows? I would really buy this for my obsessed mom...

Found it:

u/PiBaker · 0 pointsr/HomeImprovement
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