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Thanks for sharing @RichardTizard (y)


That's the one! (y) (lol) (lol) (lol)



I would think with a bit of creative thinking, you could fabricate something from what you might already have if you are not bothered about buying more in the range. It's not a big risk at this price if the rake will be useful. I have a rake but otherwise, I would be thinking about it. :)


Just reminded me of that Only Fools and Horses sketch with Triggers broom (lol)

Black and Decker Leaf Rake - £7 + Free Click & Collect in Limited Stores @ Homebase
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
24'' (60cm) Poly Fan Rake made up of 24 durable times, ensuring a large sweep and close grip to fallen foliage, leaves and garden free-fall. 47 steel hand with 6' double digging gr… Read more

Plastic has it's advantages.


Save the Turtles 🐢... Do they do paper ones (lol) (lol)


Plastic? Won't last long. Better off with metal


Me too!!! One track mind's (lol) 🍾🍹🍷🥂


Thought it was a 🍸

Spear & Jackson 4184NB Elements Leaf Rake £6.76 (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
A garden rake at an unbe-leafable (sorry!) price. It says it's plastic which is making me think twice, but we'll see how it goes. Amazon dynamic pricing may kick in before long! … Read more

One on Amazon Warehouse, Used - Very Good, for £6.47 at the moment https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00440TRHO/ref=olp_aod_redir_impl1?_encoding=UTF8&aod=1


Didn't realise anyone had replied. My mum had a fit when the parcel arrived (as she thought it was one of my ridiculous orders)! Worse was to come, one of the rake's teeth was broken (either in transit or it was packed like that) - was literally like pulling teeth trying to explain it to Amazon/send them a photo via email! Haven't tried the rake yet but I am now the unofficial gardener, as I'd been living with mum during COVID lockdowns :D


The packaging on this must have cost more than the price of the rake (y)


Yep, I said in the original post, never used one of these plastic 'uns before. Sorry, this Expired when my niece appeared with McDonald's (a novelty for me!).


Gone ;(

Bosch Electric Lawn Raker Universal Rake 900 £115.55 Amazon
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
47% discount on listed price. checked camel camel camel & cheapest price was £154. Seems like a bargain to me

probaby the most British film ever


Saying that, if Daniel Craig saved the world from some evil plan, simply by pushing this up and down the grass. I'd probably still pay to see it. Best Bond ever.


Had mine over 5yrs still going.even after left in rain.


No, it's obviously Moonraker.


No that was Greenfinger... (y)

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Indoor Rake (Free Click+Collect in Limited Stores) @ Homebase
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Smaller than a normal gardening hand tool this rake is useful for attending to potted houseplants where more delicate tools are required. For indoor pot plants Stainless Steel Easy… Read more

Stock available in most stores please check thanks.


On a more serious note, what is thus used for indoors?




Great for raking in the cash at Monopoly


I just the wifes favorite fork she eats with :o

WR6002-1500 32cm 1500w Lawn Scarifier and lawn rake 230-240V - £59.99 delivered @ Screwfix
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Posted 4th MarPosted 4th Mar
WR6002-1500 32cm 1500w Lawn Scarifier and lawn rake 230-240V - £59.99 delivered @ Screwfix£59.99£69.9914% off Free P&P FreeScrewfix Deals
Back in stock and perfect time of the year too. Collection. Decent scarifiers for low price 2-in-1 raker and scarifier ideal for easy garden maintenance. Folds away for neat and … Read more

Back in stock for delivery as well as pickup £59.99


Back in stock now


Cheers and watering done. Let's hope we get some rain. (y)


In your case with a dry lawn, don't use moss suppresant. It dries the grass out and if it's already dry, then you're going to make it worse. If you don't water your lawn, START. Nobody seems to water their lawn and it's amazing what it can do haha. I'd start watering and putting a bit of feed down. Be careful you don't scorch the lawn with it being so dry. Just be very careful if it's dry as it's very vulnerable


You weren't asking me I know, but I would manually dig out and remove as many weeds as possible by the root, spot treat whatever is left with some grass safe weed killer spray and put down the moss killer now. I wouldn't touch it then for a couple of weeks. Then I'd mow it back over a few goes over a week, you might need to rake up the dead moss (you could use the scarifier rake attachment, highest setting) and then overseed properly. Then I wouldn't touch it again for a few weeks except to water regularly. Then next month go with the feed and weed if you want to use the all in one stuff. That would be my plan and it's not too late to do it that way. But others might have a different suggestion. You'd probably also be advised to kill the moss a couple weeks before scarifying but it can be more effective to do it straight afterwards.