How to Rake Autumn Leaves

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Corona RK 62060 8-Inch 11-Tine Steel Head Shrub Rake With 54-Inch Aluminum Handle Review RK 62060 8-Inch 11-Tine Steel Head Shrub Rake With 54-Inch Aluminum HandleProduct Review Click on the link for more reviewsAn ideal tool to quickly and easily rake up clippings, leaves, and other lawn and garden debrisBi-curved bow gives even pressure to all tines...(Posted by AllisonWasness496_5_01478 at 07/04/13)

Truper 30465 Tru Tough 48-Inch Plastic Shrub Rake, 8-Inch Head ...

Details Sales Rank: #57942 in Lawn & Patio Brand: Truper Model: 30465 Number of items: 1 Dimensions: 55.25 h x 8.00 w x 1.50 l, .83 pounds Features EP-15, 48-inch North American ash, lacquered handle for strength and durability 8-Inch wide head makes for quick cleanup Poly head is easy to clean garden hose Spray clean with garden hose, coat with silicone spray Truper 30465, tru-tough:...

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