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Get ready for more snow - Square point shovel £6.98 delivered to store @ Wilkinsons

£6.98 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Wilko Square point shovel with wooden handle - useful for compacted snow and ice. £6.98 delivered to your local Wilkinsons. These have been out of stock for a while and I've been looking for a … Read More
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Wilko Square point shovel with wooden handle - useful for compacted snow and ice. £6.98 delivered to your local Wilkinsons.

These have been out of stock for a while and I've been looking for a cheap shovel (already have a snow one but its not much use with ice).

These were £6.48 but they've now they've got stock its been raised it to £6.98 but still the cheapest I can find. Argos is probably next cheapest at £10 but there is no stock, B&Q, Screwfix, Wickes and Toolstation all more expensive.

The cheapest one in stock in Wickes is £18
The cheapest one in stock in Screwfix is £15
The cheapest one in stock in Toolstation is £20
None instock in Focus
Argos do one for £10 but this is likely to be out of stock....it is at the ones nearest to me.

If you want a plastic one - B&Q have a collapsible one for £11
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#1
Link doesn't work - try this one
#2
Thanks Ordered
#3
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.
#4
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.


Costco have loads, cheaper option is cat litter ... works just as well
#5
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.


Go help yourself from the yellow grit bin down the street if there is one. As long as it goes on the road or the pavement then it's been used ligitimately ;)

Edited By: toibs on Dec 14, 2010 21:04
#6
Last time there was a snow shovel deal on here for Wilkinsons all 3 I visited hadn't a clue about it.
1 Like #7
americanv8
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.


Costco have loads, cheaper option is cat litter ... works just as well


This is a MYTH which started being spread last year

It just absorbs the water in the snow, and doesn't provide any grip on the slippery surface, it also isn't dissolved in the water so does not alter the melting point, and doesn't cause melting (unlike salt)

It does however work well in a cat litter tray
#8
94th minute
americanv8
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.
Costco have loads, cheaper option is cat litter ... works just as well
This is a MYTH which started being spread last yearIt just absorbs the water in the snow, and doesn't provide any grip on the slippery surface, it also isn't dissolved in the water so does not alter the melting point, and doesn't cause melting (unlike salt)It does however work well in a cat litter tray

lol
#9
PhilK
Last time there was a snow shovel deal on here for Wilkinsons all 3 I visited hadn't a clue about it.

This is online......and in stock. Order it online and get it delivered to your nearest wilkinsons and you don't pay a delivery charge

Edited By: gari189 on Dec 14, 2010 21:33
#10
PhilK
Last time there was a snow shovel deal on here for Wilkinsons all 3 I visited hadn't a clue about it.

You can order online and collect from the store.
#11
there is more snow coming? when?
#12
Thanks! =]
#13
Thanks, got a plastic snow shovel from B&Q last week for £6 but this will be much better for ice. Should be delivered to the new local Wilko's store by Saturday just in time for the next snow forecast.
#14
This is just an ordinary shovel, not to be confused with a long handles snow shovel.
#15
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.


They had pallets of this stuff stacked in wakefield store
http://www.wickes.co.uk/Rock-Salt-Major-Bag/invt/220016

Edited By: ultra on Dec 14, 2010 21:44
#16
94th minute
americanv8
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.


Costco have loads, cheaper option is cat litter ... works just as well


This is a MYTH which started being spread last year

It just absorbs the water in the snow, and doesn't provide any grip on the slippery surface, it also isn't dissolved in the water so does not alter the melting point, and doesn't cause melting (unlike salt)

It does however work well in a cat litter tray


No, when it's freezing it wont absorb any water will it. It's great for keeping in the boot to give grip if you ever get stuck.
#17
Its not a snow shovel though,just a standard one that plenty of places have for around this price such as wickes.Now if you were able to order and collect a proper snow shovel somewhere id happily vote hot.
#18
94th minute
americanv8
Moneyspider
Now we need to know where to buy salt! - local council store is full but won't give any to the public.
Costco have loads, cheaper option is cat litter ... works just as well
This is a MYTH which started being spread last yearIt just absorbs the water in the snow, and doesn't provide any grip on the slippery surface, it also isn't dissolved in the water so does not alter the melting point, and doesn't cause melting (unlike salt)It does however work well in a cat litter tray


wow im off to get some then "just in case we ever get a cat" :)
#19
Dishwasher salt is excellent, used loads of it.
#20
KermitGrenade
Dishwasher salt is excellent, used loads of it.

Isnt that just salt?!?! You coul say the same about Saxa tablesalt but its a sight more expensive than grit salt!!
#21
if your snow shovel is slightly flexible = it wont last,

Edited By: sm-1991 on Dec 15, 2010 00:33
#22
Jonbhoy
Its not a snow shovel though,just a standard one that plenty of places have for around this price such as wickes.Now if you were able to order and collect a proper snow shovel somewhere id happily vote hot.
I got a mega one from the Tickhill store of tornevalley.com last week. They had just had 500 delivered and to give you an idea about the quality, they had 1.75" shafts. Cost was £12.95 and not like the cheapo ones I've seen before.
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Jonbhoy
Its not a snow shovel though,just a standard one that plenty of places have for around this price such as wickes.
Cheapest shovel from Wickes is £8.29 and they are out of stock...........mainly because everyone has been buying them because of the snow and ice.

The cheapest one in stock in Wickes is £18
The cheapest one in stock in Screwfix is £15
The cheapest one in stock in Toolstation is £20
None instock in Focus
Argos do one for £10 but this is likely to be out of stock....it is at the ones nearest to me.

If you want a plastic one - B&Q have a collapsible one for £11



Edited By: gari189 on Dec 15, 2010 10:13: ?
#24
frakison
KermitGrenade
Dishwasher salt is excellent, used loads of it.


Isnt that just salt?!?! You coul say the same about Saxa tablesalt but its a sight more expensive than grit salt!!


I'll elaborate on my post for the intellectually lacking.

If you require something to make the area around your home safer and cannot or do not wish to buy 50lb bags of grit then supermarket dishwasher salt works very well, currently about 90p for a 2kg bag in Morrisons and £1.40 for 3kg in Tesco, I've found its large granules superior to that of table salt in preventing snow settling and thawing snow / ice.
#25
gari189
Jonbhoy
Its not a snow shovel though,just a standard one that plenty of places have for around this price such as wickes.
Cheapest shovel from Wickes is £8.29 and they are out of stock...........mainly because everyone has been buying them because of the snow and ice. The cheapest one in stock in Wickes is £18 The cheapest one in stock in Screwfix is £15The cheapest one in stock in Toolstation is £20None instock in FocusArgos do one for £10 but this is likely to be out of stock....it is at the ones nearest to me.If you want a plastic one - B&Q have a collapsible one for £11

I got a plastic one from Homebase for £15; first impression was good!
#26
Ordered, thank you
#27
ordered. thanks.
#28
Already got the Argos one for £10
there is going to have snow this weekend -_-!
#29
hmmmm....tough choice between this and the Silverline on Amazon

here

Is the Silverline worth the extra £993?


Edited By: the2ocan on Dec 15, 2010 20:18
#30
Sold out now.......

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