As you can see we have lots of Legos! I have them sorted as best I can, and if I lucky we can go one day without the floor being covered in little pieces and bricks. I hate these being all over the floor especially the clear ones. Who thought a clear Lego was a good idea? It’s a painful one that’s what it is. This is my least favorite thing to clean up, and the kids don’t like doing it either.
Here comes Toydozer. This handy guy has a scoop and gatherer to help speed up cleaning time. Swoop and dump that’s all there is to it. It is available on Toydozer’s store for $14.99 in blue, red, purple, or yellow. We got the blue one to try out.
I demonstrated to the kids with their Trashies that were scattered about on the floor. I was doing this one handed with the camera and it still was easy. The scoop is heavy enough on the carpet it didn’t slide around.
Figured we needed a really good test so I dumped the big box of bricks on the floor!
My daughter who’s 4 got to scooping, and finally let her brother, 9 have a turn. Both of them easily maneuvered the gatherer and drug in bricks into the scoop.
Dumping got a little crazy with the Girl. She was trying to toss them in the box so a reminder about that and the bricks were all picked up in a couple minutes.
Large scoop can hold many toys at a time
Gatherer drags in toys every well
Velcro in the scoop attaches the gatherer so they don’t get separated
Toy pick up is fun for the kids
The gatherer will gather everything including crumbs on the floor into your scoop
Fights between the kids over whose turn it is (I’ll take fighting when it’s involves them wanting to clean!)
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Disclosure: I received a Toydozer to keep ,try out, and share my own opinions and experiences of.
I’m a stay at home mom to my son and daughter. I’ve been writing/running Dealin and Dishin since June of 2011. My focus is food, crafts, and being frugal everywhere. Whenever I have free time when I’m not running my daughter to Pre-K, planning scout stuff for my son’s den, writing here, errands, etc. I love to sew and starting to scrapbook.
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