Stelton RigTig Sweep it Dustpan and Broom
Crumbs and dirt aren’t a problem for Sweep-It. Since the hand brush by Rig-Tig isn’t only space saving, but also decorative with its graphic design. That’s the reason why Sweep-It mustn’t be hidden like other dustpans, but it can simply be hanged at the wall. This is space saving and looks good, and it makes it possible to have it near whenever you need it. Inside of drawers, it is also space saving: the dustpan and hand brush from Rig-Tig doesn’t need much space, since it can be plugged to become slim.
The designer Klaus Rath and Rig-Tig also thought a lot about the material: Plastic and lotus are the mixture. This isn’t only environmentally friendly and sustainable, but the lotus effect also ensures that dirt doesn’t remain on the dustpan.
Measures 7.6" x 11"
Made of plastic and lotus bristles.
About The Designer
Stelton was founded in 1960 and the foundation for future success was laid in 1964 when Peter Holmblad, Stelton’s managing director, established collaboration with the leading Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. The result, the now famous Cylinda-Line tableware range, was launched in 1967.
Cylinda-Line immediately attracted considerable attention because of its serene and functional design. In 1971, the company brought on designer Erik Magnussen. His first creation for Stelton, the stainless steel vacuum jug with a unique rocker stopper, was introduced in 1977 – the best-selling product to date for the company.
Rooted in Scandinavian design tradition, the company seeks to continue its’ position as a leading design house with the most innovative, trend-setting design.