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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by kebrowns, Jul 17, 2012.
Just wondering whats a good debris or pick up tool that will be quick and easy to use.
Those extended reach things. Someone mentioned it in your other thread.
Your helper. Or if you're not big enough your hands.
I use garbage tongs to pick the slugs out of my vegetable garden. 30 bucks, various lengths available.
I like what JSS suggested.
God gave you two hands.
your 17 year old female helper .
The Xtra arm... Menards has em. Maybe home cheapo or blowes as well.
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Echo makes a good one, we use them often!
This is a good one, don't bother getting the cheap ones from Harbour Freight they are garbage.
Ditto....don't waste your money on a cheaper one. I use the "GG-40" from J Thomas. To make a garbage bag for the trash, I put one loop of a plastic grocery bag over a control stick, and the other loop over my seat adjustment. Using this set-up I never have to get off of the mower.
I also made a very simple holder for the grabber to keep it out of the way and safe from damage...I'll try to post a pic if anyone's interested.