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Skidger
Garden Weed Removal Tool

Sharpened inside and out · Comfortable handle grips · Clears large areas of weeds


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The Garden Weed Removal Tool quickly clears weeds by pushing or pulling. The no-rust tempered steel head is sharpened inside and out for efficient weed removal. Features a handle with strong silicone rubber grips for added comfort and efficiency. Use this tool between plants, beneath fences, or to create furrows for irrigation and planting seeds.

  • Designed to cut weeds by pushing or pulling
  • Quickly clears large areas of weeds
  • Cuts weeds between plants, beneath fences, between rocks and concrete
  • Use in your lawn, flower beds, and vegetable gardens
  • Create furrows for irrigation or planting seeds
  • Features a no-rust, tempered steel head that is sharpened inside and out
  • Comfortable fiberglass handle has two silicone rubber hand grips for added comfort
  • Please note: Blade is very sharp. Not recommended for children under 10 years old
  • Made in China

Includes:

One Garden Weed Removal Tool with protective tool head cover

Dimensions:

58" x 6" x 3"

Weight:

1.8 lbs

Materials:

Head: Tempered steel; Handle: Fiberglass

Care:

Wipe clean after use

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Skidger

The idea for Skidger came to the inventor at a very young age. As a child, she would spend countless hours at her family’s garden weeding. She realized a hoe was too awkward for her small frame and it chopped in the opposite direction she was moving. She began using a mason jar ring bent to a point. It worked perfectly but found it too slow. She wanted something that would cut through weeds and moved forward as she did. She kept thinking and refining her idea and when she had what she wanted she asked her father to create it in his workshop. Now her heart-shaped tool is helping gardeners get the most of every push and pull.