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.