FlexSweep Industries

“The World’s Toughest & Finest Cleaning Tools”

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Some of my family I am so blessed to be a part of…

FlexSweep started with the vision of unbreakable push broom handles back in 1977. One night while Simon Cassar, the founder of FlexSweep Industries, worked in a grocery store, he had an eye-opening experience.

One night while sweeping, Simon noticed that the bulky broom braces got in the way and damaged everything they hit. He also noticed that the handles easily broke. How did he notice these? He broke three push brooms in one night! Simon, a Christian congregant, believes that you can take any bad situation and turn it around and make it into something really good. The next day Simon pursued making unbreakable handles for cleaning tools.

After 23 years of persistence and tinkering around with several different handle connecting designs, the FlexSweep Flex-Power Unbreakable TG-7 push broom handle was created. He attributes the success of the Flex-Power TM Unbreakable handles to patience and working with excellent aerospace and chemical engineers who helped him design “The World’s Finest and Toughest Cleaning Tools”. Most of all he “Thanks God” (TG) who is the source of all wholesome great ideas and who can take any bad situation and make it into something really awesome.

FlexSweep Industries is proud to offer unbreakable handles. We hope you enjoy our products that we are so blessed to offer to your excellent hard working team.

FlexSweep Industries invents advanced polymer products to replace costly and cumbersome metal connections.

FlexSweep Industries
27 White Road
Watsonville, CA 95076
(866)392-FLEX (3539)

Fax: 831-761-1503
sales@flexsweep.com

The company’s founder, Simon Cassar, has a background in the aerospace industry and has been an ISO 9000-Quality Control Consultant for major corporations.

Simon Cassar
President/Founder
(866)392-FLEX (3539)
scassar@flexsweep.com

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