Do you live in a climate that has four seasons – winter, spring, summer and fall? If you do, fall leaf cleanup is something you are very familiar with!
There are several plush maple trees located on our property. They are so beautiful. The only drawback to maple trees is that, after they have turned lovely golden shades in the autumn, the leaves fall, and fall, and FALL. Soon there are thick piles of dead leaves everywhere!
That plentiful supply of leaves is way beyond my ability to remove by myself so I have to enlist some help. But while I am waiting for help to arrive, which can take some time, I like to keep certain areas clean. Both my deck – where I love to sit on sunny days and write – and a large section of the back lawn where the dogs go potty need to remain clear. That’s where my nifty little leaf blower comes in handy!
When I first wanted to buy it, my husband thought it was a joke. It is lightweight and electric and he was not impressed. I bought it anyway and I am so glad I did. It’s lightness makes it big deal to take out at a moment’s notice for a quick cleanup job. I cleared my deck of dead leaves three times this week alone! We have a very long extension cord in the garage that I store right next to the electrical outlet. Just plug in and GO!
Not only does it do a great quick clean up job in the lawn and on my deck and patio, it is perfect for getting debris out of the garage! I am telling you, I’ve never been happier with a lawn and garden tool and, if you decide to get one, I think you will be, too!
Oh yes. My leaf blower is a Toro Power Sweep. It is really fun to use and does a great job.
I bought mine through Amazon.
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