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This Magnetic Sweeper Will Leave Your Workshop Floor Spotless


Whether you just finished a roofing job or need a more reliable cleanup method for the shop, you should feel more confident about making sure all metal objects are off the ground.

If you're looking for the most efficient way to pick up nails and metal debris after work, then you need a magnetic sweeper. In stock on Amazon, Neiko's Magnetic Pick-up Sweeper is a heavy-duty nail sweeper for retrieving magnets, nails, and metal items.

Neiko Magnetic Pick-Up Sweeper

Roofers, if you want to provide the best service for clients, a nice cleanup could go a long way. No one wants to deal with metal pieces on their floor after paying for your service.

If your workshop or garage is a place where metal shavings are constantly an issue for a clean workspace, you'll love this magnetic pickup tool. You can choose from a 24- or 36-inch sweeper. Both rolling magnetic sweepers have the same sweeper features that pick up metal pieces.


The Neiko Magnetic Pick-Up Sweeper can pick up nails, screws, and ferrous metal objects up to 30 pounds! You don't have to constantly dump all of the metal parts since it can hold a large pile of pieces.

Once you've cleaned up, just press the quick-release handle. You can adjust the length of the telescoping handle for your height. No more straining your back! If you've been using a broom and dust pan, you're going to use this and wonder why you've never had a magnetic floor sweeper.


It also has rubber wheels, so you'll be able to use this magnet sweeper on plenty of surfaces. This magnetic sweeper has a strong magnetic pull, and customer reviews would agree!

Many customers use it on their constructions sites to avoid nails in tires, and many used it after a roofing job. There's 4.5 out of 5 stars with over 1,700 reviews. If your workspace is prone to having metal objects on the ground, it's time for an easy cleanup method.

Alright, Roomba, it's time for a vacuum specifically for metal objects.

This post was originally published on August 20, 2019.


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