• WASHING MACHINE CLEANER AND DESCALER

    This all-natural, plant-based formulation contains no harsh chemicals (such as ammonia or bleach), but it provides enough strength for sanitizing, descaling, and cleaning.

    For best results, use solution every one to three months or as needed to extend life of washing machine. There are four uses per 16-ounce bottle.

    The all-natural clear and odorless solution kills all bacteria while removing mold and other contaminants, leaving your clothes smelling fresh and clean! It’s proudly made in the United States.

    Please allow two weeks for delivery. Available for shipment to U.S. continental addresses only.

    Item: 9604
  • WEED N TILL

    Got weeds? Let your drill do the work.

    Weed Spinner is an innovative drill-driven weed removal tool that spins out weeds at the root.

    It's fast and fun to use. There's no kneeling, bending, or getting your hands dirty!

    What is it, exactly?

    • Use Weed Spinner with your cordless electric drill (drill not included)
    • 33-inch-long forged steel shaft
    • The end that goes into your drill features three flat surfaces to stay firmly in the drill's chuck
    • Innovative design features a forged pointed tip to pierce sod, hardscape, and clay soils
    • Works on most any surface where weeds grow (lawns, gardens, sod, hardscape, loose rock, and more)
    • Easy on your back and knees
    • Eco-friendly and chemical-free
    • Aerates and tills
    • Invented and patented by Vern Ader, a retired teacher and gardener

    How does it work?

    • Insert the Weed Spinner shaft into the chuck of your drill.
    • Point the tip into the ground next to the weed's main center stalk, then pull the drill's trigger for a few seconds and push down slightly. A slight angle works best.
    • For safety and a better result, don’t start the drill until the Weed Spinner is properly placed.
    • Your Weed Spinner will usually pull the roots out along with the weed.
    • If your Weed Spinner hits a large rock or large root, it’s possible for the drill to jerk suddenly. If this is a concern, use a drill that has a second side handle for stability.
    • Weeds may become wrapped around the Weed Spinner. If they don't fall off on their own when the drill is raised up, put the drill in reverse and spin for a few seconds to unwind the weeds. With the drill off, they can be removed by hand.
    • The Weed Spinner isn’t recommended for caliche, calcrete, hardpan, or duricrust sedimentary soils. Heavy clay soils may bog the drill.

    Item: 9756
  • WEED SPINNER

    Got weeds? Let your drill do the work.

    Weed Spinner is an innovative drill-driven weed removal tool that spins out weeds at the root.

    It's fast and fun to use. There's no kneeling, bending, or getting your hands dirty!

    What is it, exactly?

    • Use Weed Spinner with your cordless electric drill (drill not included)
    • 33-inch-long forged steel shaft
    • The end that goes into your drill features three flat surfaces to stay firmly in the drill's chuck
    • Innovative design features a forged pointed tip to pierce sod, hardscape, and clay soils
    • Works on most any surface where weeds grow (lawns, gardens, sod, hardscape, loose rock, and more)
    • Easy on your back and knees
    • Eco-friendly and chemical-free
    • Aerates and tills
    • Invented and patented by Vern Ader, a retired teacher and gardener

    How does it work?

    • Insert the Weed Spinner shaft into the chuck of your drill.
    • Point the tip into the ground next to the weed's main center stalk, then pull the drill's trigger for a few seconds and push down slightly. A slight angle works best.
    • For safety and a better result, don’t start the drill until the Weed Spinner is properly placed.
    • Your Weed Spinner will usually pull the roots out along with the weed.
    • If your Weed Spinner hits a large rock or large root, it’s possible for the drill to jerk suddenly. If this is a concern, use a drill that has a second side handle for stability.
    • Weeds may become wrapped around the Weed Spinner. If they don't fall off on their own when the drill is raised up, put the drill in reverse and spin for a few seconds to unwind the weeds. With the drill off, they can be removed by hand.
    • The Weed Spinner isn’t recommended for caliche, calcrete, hardpan, or duricrust sedimentary soils. Heavy clay soils may bog the drill.

    Item: 9753

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