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[ The Ultimate Garden Tool ]
FEATUER
1. Center & Insert 2. Twist 3. Pull and Eject
(1) 2 in 1 tool, Weed removal and plugging / transplanting
(2) No more bending or stooping
(3) Rust proof aircraft aluminum shaft and stainless steel forks
(4) Comfortable cushion grip handles
(5) Lifetime warranty
Weed Removal

1.Center Over Weed

Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.

2. Insert 

Push the steel prongs into the ground all the way to the base of the Speedy Weedy. It's easy. Simply lean forward and use your body weight. If it is too hard to push in, the area should be watered.

3. Twist! 

Twist the handle in either direction until the root "gives" and no longer resists. This usually takes 1-3 turns-you'll develop a feel for it. In hard-packed areas, you may need to work the tool back and forth and left and right to loosen the soil before you twist. Don't force the tool.

4. Pull 

Pull the Speedy Weedy out of the ground, twisting slightly as you lift. The weed will come up, root and all. In sandy or loose dirt, you may need to push down lightly to pack the soil before lifting.

5. Eject & Tap 

To eject the weed, just press the plunger button on the handle. The weed will pop out. To conserve topsoil, eject the weed near the hole and tap the plug with the steel prongs of the Speedy Weedy to separate the soil from the roots.

Transplanting--Lawn

1.Pull a plug

Using chemicals can create patches of dead grass on your lawn. But Speedy Weedy can help you bring a patch of dead or thin grass back to life. First, simply remove a series of plugs from the area.

2. Place in hole

Then, use your Speedy Weedy to remove healthy plugs into the thin or dead area by pressing them into place with the Speedy Weedy. Just water regularly, and the new grass implants will help the area take root and flourish faster.

Transplanting--Garden

1. Pull a plug

Speedy Weedy is also helpful in transplanting seedlings. Just use the Speedy Weedy to pull a plug and macke a hole.

2. Place in hole

The hole left from pulling a single plug is ideal for planting small plants. If you desire a larger hole, pull a series of plugs in a cluster to create the size of hole you need.

 

1. Center over weed
Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.
1. Center over weed
Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.
1. Center over weed
Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.
1. Center over weed
Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.
1. Center over weed
Center the steel prongs over the root of the weed. For best results, make sure the soil is damp down through the roots. If the soil is extremely hard, it is vital that you water thoroughly prior to weeding.