TEXAS - Brush

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TEXAS - Brush

3.00

NAIL BRUSH

"Clean under your fingernails!" Do you remember hearing that as a kid after a day of making mud pies?  We do. This wooden nail brush made by Birdwell Cleaning Products will help you clean up after gardening, making mud pies, or whatever got you dirty! It is made from polypropylene bristles. 

SIZE  4" x 7/8" wood block

 

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

Established in 1945, Birdwell Cleaning Products began as a manufacturing source and supplier to the grocery trade exclusively. The first plant was actually a barn located near the Birdwell family home in Keene. E.K. Birdwell, the founder of Birdwell, made the brooms and mops in the evenings and went to "town" to sell the products the next day. "Town" was Dallas and Ft. Worth. By 1955, the company had grown to have several employees and a customer base that required a larger facility. The product line increased to include sponges, scrubbers, dustpans, dusters, mop heads, and vacuum bags/belts. Business continued to grow, especially during the '80s. Once again, the growth created the need for additional space and an old church furniture building was purchased on East 4th Street, in Keene, Texas.

Birdwell is a pioneer in "merchandising" broom displays, incorporating other cleaning items, and developing a complete cleaning product section. Rack jobbing and custom displays were included in this program. Direct Store Delivery and Warehouse Programs remain an integral part of the business today. In DSD, they continue to offer the highest level of customer service, and in the Warehouse Programs, the same customer service is reflected in excellent response time and high percentage of complete shipments.

With the experience in the cleaning products industry, the transition to other markets for cleaning supplies was a natural progression. Birdwell expanded manufacturing and now supplies the Hardware, Industrial, and Janitorial markets. The success in the Hardware Market equals the earlier successes enjoyed by Birdwell.