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adrienne1777

01:02PM | 04/09/04
Member Since: 04/08/04
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Bvlawn
I saw somone using a tool on their lawn to get rid of leaves and the gravel that accumulates during the winter from the snow plows.It looks like a string trimmer with a barrel attachment that rotates clockwise.

The problem is- I don't know what it is called and I want one!!!

I thought it might be called a power rake, but the ones I found online look like lawn mowers, not string trimmers.

any idea????

Thanks

devildog

09:56AM | 04/11/04
Member Since: 09/16/02
250 lifetime posts
Maybe you saw a lawn de-thatcher. How do you know it was to pick-up the gravel? Do a search of "lawn thatcher". Some of the places had dethatcher and some had de-thatcher. There is obviously no such thing as a lawn thatcher.

My local newspaper just had an 80 year old picking up the gravel with his shop vac.

Devildog


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