Here is the picture of phool jhadu. That is the kind of broom used in middle class households in India.
The problem is that the new broom of that kind contains a lot of bhoosa (which Merriam-Webster defines as “the broken straw and husks from the threshing floor used as fodder: chaff”). Small particles of bhoosa can be seen when you shake that broom.
I tried placing that broom in a water bucket for 6 hours. A lot of dust particles were floating on the water but still that broom contains a lot of those particles.
What should I do now?