DeWit Patio Knife with Short Handle

May 1, 2018 - Comment

More than a tool, it’s an heirloom! Short handle Patio Knife removes weeds from joints between pavers. Use the hook side for joints, and the knife side for beveled edges. Constructed of tempered boron steel, with ash hardwood handle. Perfect tool for the earth-friendly, no need for toxic herbicides. This tool is guaranteed a lifetime!

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More than a tool, it’s an heirloom! Short handle Patio Knife removes weeds from joints between pavers. Use the hook side for joints, and the knife side for beveled edges. Constructed of tempered boron steel, with ash hardwood handle. Perfect tool for the earth-friendly, no need for toxic herbicides. This tool is guaranteed a lifetime! On April 1, 1898, Willem DeWit started his blacksmith company in a small village in northern Holland. Today, the 4th generation of the forging family is running the company. Old-fashioned quality combined with innovative designs make DeWit the ultimate gardener’s choice. Using the latest equipment and techniques combined with historical craftsmanship make DeWit one of the most respected garden tool manufacturers in the world. DeWit tools are made from high quality Swedish Boron Steel. The Ash hardwood handles come from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified forests. Tierra Garden is proud to offer these superior tools in the United States!

Product Features

  • Unrivaled quality – lifetime guaranteed
  • Manufactured in Holland by DeWit since 1898
  • Earth friendly way to get rid of weeds; no need for toxic herbicides
  • European Ash hardwood handle is strong but lightweight, and also has elasticity so the tool can bend without breaking
  • Boron steel head for durability and abrasion resistance

Comments

B. Huber says:

Terrific tool for weeding

janis317 says:

Fabulous I bought this to pull weeds from between the bricks in the courtyard behind my building. I’ve owned this now for two summers, and I’m very happy with it.I’ve found that there are several ways to use this, depending on the specific weed and/or paver situation. The first is to use the hooked-over tip as a sort of gouging implement, which pulls the weed out with a kind of clawing motion. This does get the weed out, but it also pulls a good amount of soil out of the crevice as well. I…

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