By Norah Reynolds. Hand Tools. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 16:01:06 PM.
Pruning Saws - A pruning saw is a hand tool that has the same serrated blade as a normal saw and its used to trim live shrubs and trees. There are different pruning saws for different purposes and type of shrub or trees. We have the arborist saw and the curved hand cut saw to name a few. A pruning saw is an ideal tool to have in your tool shed, it allows you to take care of renegade shrubs and tree branches. Pruning saws comes in different sizes and types. Just like every tool, for a pruning saw to be keep functioning, it need to be maintained. Ensure to clean it after every use and oil the blades at intervals, sharpen the blades when necessary and use the different pruning saw correctly for their required purpose.
De-Hooker - A titanium bonded de-hooker is another tool found in most tackle boxes. Very easy to use and the best part is you can get the hook out and not damage the fishes mouth. If you are returning it to the water it will still be able to feed. Scale - Having a small scale in the box is also a very popular. If you catch a big one and are not be taking it home or before filleting, its nice to weigh it. Many of these scales can weigh fish up to 50lbs.
Garden Spade - Not all garden shovels are created the same. They come with differently shaped blades and handles and not surprisingly are made with different materials as well. Garden spades, for example, have particularly sharp blades which are useful for edging a garden, cutting sod and transplanting plants. Featuring a shorter handle with a D-grip and a blade with a straight, sharp edge, the spades main purpose is to cut clean edges in turf or mulch. You can also use it to chop through small roots and dig shallow, square holes for plants.
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