The one-piece steel heads are forged from hardened carbon steel to ensure maximum strength. The temper heat treatment provides the steel added toughness. A beveled hoe blade works better when you are slicing weeds off at the roots, or chopping into the soil to till it up.
The fiberglass handles are made from an extruded resin that is strong and light, making them less likely to break than wooden handles. The polyester coating ensures a smooth and scratch-resistant surface. The handles are resistant to rot, and denting. The 54 inch extra length design offers extended reach.
The double layers grip structure is wear-resisting and strong. While double color design with matte black cover is nice-looking. Soft cushioned grip with a non-slip surface absorbs shock and reduces fatigue.
A garden hoe and cultivator are essential gardening tools that will help keep your garden weed-free and the soil healthy. How to use the garden hoe and cultivator?
Regular weeding is the best way to manage weeds and keep your garden soil from being compacted. The best time to hoe your garden is when the soil is dry. If it's too wet, a garden hoe won't be able to move dirt and cut off weed roots effectively.
Check your tools' handles for splinters, breaks, and cracks. check any rivets, nuts, or bolts that may have become loosened. Make sure that metal parts show no signs of corrosion. Repair or replace any tools that show signs of damage before the next use.
Coating anti-rust oil regularly, especially in Spring and Summer.