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Sweeper & Funnel | By Menu

We are loving this beautifully designed and functional combination of Sweeper & Funnel by Menua Scandinavian brand known for making products with minimalist design and functionality. The clever design allows the sweeper to fit inside the handle of the dustpan for compact storage, and uses the dustpan’s handle as a funnel, making it easy for disposing of the collected waste. A beautiful and simply executed design, just the way we like it.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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