Weed and Sweep | Garden | Tool | Hook | Broom | Rake | Handle | Weeds | No Bending | No Chemicals | No Poisons | Easy | Cracks | Product | Buy


Weed and Sweep | Garden | Tool | Hook | Broom | Rake | Handle | Weeds | No Bending | No Chemicals | No Poisons | Easy | Cracks | Product | Buy

Inventor Timothy J. Gaffney of Eastampton, NJ has created a specialized tool to easily remove grass and weeds from cracks in paved surfaces.

He created a tool that can be used from a standing position to remove grass and weeds from in between concrete, asphalt, pavers, bricks, and more. No herbicides required. No more crawling around.

This clever new invention features a hook that fits into even the slimmest of cracks. It easily sweeps debris away. It can be used to trench out dirt in your garden for low-voltage wiring. You can use it as a hook to drag flats of flowers around your yard, so you are not walking blindly with two hands holding onto a flat of flowers. The hook is a convenient addition to your garage for retrieving hard-to-reach items. The tool can be used while kneeling, but the fact that it can be used while standing makes it ideal for those with arthritis, sore knees, or a bad back.
The “Weed and Sweep” is a tool that scrapes away the grass, weeds and debris from the crevices of you sidewalk, driveway, curb and pavers. It enables users to stand up while removing the weeds instead of crawling around on a sidewalk or driveway. It can eliminate the sore back and stiff muscles associated with weeding and yard work.

The "Weed and Sweep" is designed to be used on a standard broom or handle which includes the patented double tines. This removes weeds quickly and easily, eliminating the need to bend over or crawl around. The tool comes apart easily, making it simple to clean or change it with other tools.


Weed and Sweep Is Proud Of A United States Utility Patent #9,485,896 issued November 2016.
A tool, comprising: a handle, having a handle first end and a handle second end; an extraction head attached to said handle first end comprising:a shank at a distal end having a shank first end and a shank second end; and,a well on a proximal end;wherein said shank first end projects arcuately and oppositely away from said shank second end; and, a broom attached to said handle second end comprisinga carrier, having a neck located at a central portion on a carrier first side capable of attaching to said handle;a plurality of bristles affixed to a carrier second side; and,a skirt attached to said carrier and secured about said plurality of bristles at said carrier second side.