Kent & Stowe Hand Rake

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The Kent & Stowe Hand Rake is ideal for collecting leaves and debris in raised beds and hard to reach areas such as the back of borders and between shrubs. 

Made from high quality stainless steel for minimum soil adhesion, with flat tines to make light work of gathering leaves. The contoured wooden handle provides the perfect comfortable grip at any length.

 

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  • High quality stainless steel for minimum soil adhesion.
  • Ideal for collecting leaves and debris.
  • Flat tines to make light work of gathering leaves.
  • A contoured wooden handle for comfortable grip.

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