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Buy Darlac lawn scarifier: <br><ul><strong><li>Improve condition of lawn</li><li>Extendable handle for comfort</li><li>Less effort than lawn raking</li></strong></ul><br>Easily clear thatch, moss and leaf build-up on the lawn with this wheeled scarifier. Roll it over the lawn and the 11 sharp blades will scrape out unwanted debris, letting air and light penetrate to improve the health of soil and grass.<br><br>The telescopic handle can be easily adjusted from 97cm to 1.5m with a simple twist lock mechanism to create a comfortable working height for all. The angle of the handle can also be altered to control the depth of the blades.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Head width 35cm<br>Shaft length 80cm


  • Improve condition of lawn
  • Extendable handle for comfort
  • Less effort than lawn raking

Easily clear thatch, moss and leaf build-up on the lawn with this wheeled scarifier. Roll it over the lawn and the 11 sharp blades will scrape out unwanted debris, letting air and light penetrate to improve the health of soil and grass.

The telescopic handle can be easily adjusted from 97cm to 1.5m with a simple twist lock mechanism to create a comfortable working height for all. The angle of the handle can also be altered to control the depth of the blades.

Measurements:
Head width 35cm
Shaft length 80cm

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