1. Window washer.
To reach upper windows without a ladder, attach a large sponge or a
squeegee to the end of a broom handle.
2. Garden stake.
Support a tall, top- heavy plant, such as a tomato, on a broom
handle; sharpen one end for easy insertion into the ground.
stretcher. Attach a broom handle to a paintbrush with duct tape.
4. Rolling pin.
Cut to the size you need to roll out pie and cookie dough.
5. Reach extender.
Attach a screw hook to a broom handle to lengthen your reach so that
you can get hold of those socks behind the washer or the basket on
the highest shelf.
6. Closet rod.
Screw large screw hooks into beams in the closet ceiling and rest a
broom handle on them. Hang out-of-season clothing on broom handles
attached to the basement ceiling joists with screw hooks.
rod. Cut a broomstick to the desired
length and drill holes at both ends. Hang it from L-hooks fitted
through the holes or finishing nails
driven into the window molding and bent upward with pliers.