Pruning shears are used to prune trees, bushes, and flowers. These shears can also be used for sidewalk manicure pruning to tear into the root balls of grass and weeds in sidewalk cavities. Use a manual scissoring motion to remove grass and weeds from the sidewalk’s in-cave joints. The shearing motion is durable and strong enough to remove and dethatch debris, in-grown weeds, and grasses from the sidewalks, gardening pathways, patios, and driveway areas. By removing the roots in the sidewalk area, this slows or stops the reproduction of weeds and grass throughout the year in that area.
Pruning shears can be used to remove tree debris when it gets in the sidewalk linings before the debris turns into weeds.
Pruning shears are used to remove flowers that are sometimes trapped in the sidewalk pathways. Those flowers can be easily removed and replanted in better planting areas. The edges of the sidewalks can be kept groomed and manicured.
The use of pruning shears also helps groom flower beds that are near fenced-in sidewalk areas. Flowers can be kept within the fencing boundaries.
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For reuse of this tool and other tools in a vegetable gardening area, wash tools with a solution of 1/10 part bleach to 9/10-part water. Then rinse in plain water.
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