Tenant discovers ‘awesome’ purpose for long white device found in new flat
A tenant who moved into a new rental home was left baffled by an “unusual” item which was touted on the wall of their house.
The confused renter took to Facebook to ask people whether they knew what the gadget was – and it seems it’s way more useful than they expected.
The long white device was screwed into the wall and had four openings with white orbs resting inside.
So do you know what it is?
Well, it appears the device is actually a holder for mops, brushes and brooms.
You just have to stick the handle of your cleaning tool into the slots and the orb will secure the broom in place.
A woman explained: “It holds your broom. Slot the handle into each gap.”
While another added: “You push them in the slot and it locks them in.”
Lots of people seemed to own the gadget, but not everyone used it for their mops and brooms.
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There are plenty of creative ways to utilise the prop.
One person wrote: “Ours is outside and used for brooms and hubby's pool cues.”
However, lots of people were also surprised to learn the tool’s proper use as they’d been confused by it.
A person joked: “I thought it was a back massager.”
Not a bad idea to be honest…
While another said: “At first it looked like those dressing mirror lights.”
If you’re constantly picking up your fallen over brooms then you can grab the wall mount yourself for £7 from Wilko or £11.99 on Amazon.
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