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Self-Cleaning Rake
With the "Self-Cleaning Lawn and Garden Rake" you'll save the back-bending job of pulling tangles from the rake by hand, says John O'Connell, president of RFE Ltd., Green Bay, Wis.
Key to the rake's self-cleaning action is the spring-hinged head. To clean out the teeth, put slight pressure on the rake handle to flatten teeth to the ground. Then, slide the teeth away from you along the ground letting friction do the work.
The 20-in. wide rake has 2 to 3-in. long teeth. O'Connell says the varying sized teeth produce better thatching action in long grass.
Suggested retail for the self-cleaning rake is $14.95, plus shipping.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, RFE Ltd., P.O. Box 12183, Green Bay, Wis. 54307 (ph 414 497-9440).

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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #5