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Midwest 36" Lake Rake

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  • 36-inches wide
  • Includes a detachable polyethylene float and 20 ft of plastic rope
  • Features a two-piece, 11 ft lightweight aluminum handle
  • Great for dressing beach sand
  • Use with the "Weed Blade Lake Weed Cutter" (sold separately) to clear beach areas of aquatic weeds

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 Kg
  • Manufacturer reference: Mid-5137
  • ASIN: B00CT8M4K0
  • Date first available at May 29 2013
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Lake Rake This 36" wide aluminum rake comes with a two-piece, 11 ft, rust-proof, powder-coated aluminum handle, detachable polyethylene float and a 20' length of plastic rope. Use it to skim floating aquatic vegetation and algae from the water. By shortening the handle and removing the float, you have a professional-grade landscaping rake, excellent for dressing beach sand. Suggestion: use the Lake Rake in combination with the Aquatic Weed Eradicator. First cut the weeds growing in the water with the Aquatic Weed Eradicator, then drag them to shore with the floating Lake Rake.

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