Always hang your broom. Occasionally dip the ends of the broom into warm water to restore moisture. If your broom starts looking splayed, dip it in water, reshape and then tie with twine or a rubber band overnight. Be sure to dry thoroughly. A well cared for broom will last many years.
Lay a broom across your threshold on New Year’s Day to keep evil spirits at bay for the rest of the year.
If a bride and groom jump over a broom together while holding hands, their marriage will be blessed with good fortune.
For good luck, always buy a new broom when you move into a new house.
It is bad luck to rest a broom on its bristles.
It is good luck to rest a broom on its handle.