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Rather than get down on your hands and knees to remove leaves around your plantings and trellis work, pick up a steel adjustable-tine rake like this one from Bond Manufacturing. I used to dread cleaning out the garden every spring until a few years ago when I picked up a similar rake. It’s not something you use to rake the entire lawn, but the variable-size head lets you clean out areas where your normal rake won’t fit.

The head of this particular model expands from 7″ to 25″ wide and can be locked at any width in between. By contracting the head back down to 7″, you can store the 69″ rake in much less space than you would need for a full-sized one.

Shipping on this rake runs about $15, or you could probably pick up a knock-off for under $10 at a local store like I did.

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3 Responses to Get Off Your Knees And Use A Rake

  1. russ says:

    I saw this around 1970 when I was a kid. My dad bought one, and I was one of the lucky ones to use it. Well, maybe lucky is not the right term if you have to rake leaves. I do remember sometimes the thing would jam when trying to adjust it.

  2. Bill says:

    After it goes to pieces you get 15 tines and a stale.

  3. Rick says:

    My Grandpa bought one back in the ’60s. It is still in great shape and hangs in my garage. I find that I use it quite often.

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