Here you go: a pair of bent-over salad tongs with very long handles which you can (supposedly) use to remove leaf debris from your gutter.
I’d love to tell you that they work/don’t work but I can’t because I live in Texas and you’ve gotta be a millionaire to live in a relatively-new house with a tree near it large enough to deposit a leaf in the gutter. I’m just a blogger, so no trees for me. We do have tornadoes that help us regularly clean our gutters, though.
The photos on the site also show them using the tongs to hold a garden hose which they then use to spray out the gutter. Truthfully, it looks like it might work.
The order form shows that these come from up in Washington state — home to many trees and probably a lot of people pissed about having to clean their gutters a lot. Could any readers from the tree-laden North — or maybe Alabama or Mississippi — let us know what you think about these?
They cost $19.95 (plus $9 shipping), and replacement heads are available for $7.50 (plus $7.50 shipping). The availability of replacement heads makes us wonder about their longevity. They appear to be plastic.
The Complete Rain Gutter Maintenance Tool [Gutter Tongs]