Dustpan is one of the traditional living utensils of Chinese folk. Nowadays, dustpan can be seen everywhere in the countryside. After all, dustpan is an indispensable tool in the process of agricultural production in the countryside. The names of dustpan vary from place to place in China, some are called Cuozi(Chinese pinyin) or Zuocuozi(Chinese pinyin).
There are many kinds of dustpans, such as those with the shape of a shovel or a large disc, but they are used for the same purpose, to clean up the small, withered debris in grain or other fruits. The dustpan is usually made of rattan, wicker or bamboo. During the preparation of dustpan, there is no need for any chemical binder and different processing technology. Therefore, the cost of dustpan is not high, and the environmental protection and finished products have no harmful substances. It is suitable for agricultural production.
Although dustpan production is extremely simple, but it is not as easy as imagined. Using dustpan is also a technical work. To use dustpan, you need to put items (grain, corn, tea, etc.) into the dustpan, and then grasp the left and right sides of the dustpan with both hands, with the abdomen against the side of the dustpan against the body, one hand on the left and one hand on the right. The starting force causes the other end of the dustpan to rise rapidly, and then to return quickly. The characteristics of excessive or light weight of sundries make the sundries separate from the grain, so as to achieve the effect of clear sundries.