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Sweep Rake is a cleaning tool that is as powerful as a metal rake but can also pick up small pieces of dust or dirt like a flat-bristled broom can. This tool has been designed for use outdoors, and will quickly clear away unwanted debris from a variety of surfaces, including grass, concrete, and brick. Its curved bristles will bend together or independently so you'll be able to effectively clean out cracks, gaps, and hard-to-reach corners in addition to flat, open areas.
The cost of Sweep Rake is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Sweep Rake by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $35.97. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at buysweeprake.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Sweep Rake and has taken down the website. Sweep Rake may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Each Sweep Rake's bristles are curved as opposed to flat, which allows them to firmly take hold of virtually any pile of dirt or debris and move it to where you want it to go. The bristles are also dual-layered, which means they'll provide you with double the sweeping power of a regular broom, plus they'll be able to trap dirt particles of any size more effectively than single-layered bristles. With the work of these bristles, you'll be able to clear leaves, gravel, sand or any other unwanted debris around your home much faster than you'd be able to with a standard broom or rake.
Every Sweep Rake has been fitted with a long, narrow handle, so you won't need to stand too close to the pile of dirt you're sweeping up if you'd prefer not to. This handle will come in especially handy when you need to reach under something with this tool, such as a porch or parked vehicle.
The spokes on some rakes are quite far apart, which means that small pieces of dirt will likely slip through them. Fortunately, that won't be the case with this particular rake, as there's never much space between one bristle and the next.
Each Sweep Rake is yellow and green, so you'll be able to spot yours quickly in a messy garage or shed, and it'll likely match most other tools you use in your yard or garden.
While you may not want a child under your care to use a standard rake, for fear that they'll poke themselves with one of the spokes, you can eliminate that worry with the Sweep Rake. There's no part of this device that will injure a child who is past the toddler stage, so if you have one, your older children will be able to safely complete some yard work.
While this tool has been designed for outdoor use, you can use it indoors if you like. Just make sure that you've cleaned any outdoor dirt off of it before you bring it inside, and use it gently on your carpet and floors.
If you get tired when using a regular rake or broom to try to move a stubborn pile of dirt, Sweep Rake will save you some effort by making short work of such a pile. Therefore, by making use of this tool, you may end up with more time and energy to do fun things outdoors instead of constantly working or resting.
Standard brooms are normally a fine choice when you need to clean up dirt indoors, but when it comes to outdoor dirt that tends to be thicker, they just aren't powerful enough. Their bristles are usually flat and fairly flimsy, so they'll just slide right over heavy pieces of debris, such as leaves, without moving them.
Standard rakes are powerful enough for outdoor cleaning, but due to the amount of space between their spokes, they usually cannot pick up the smallest pieces of dust and dirt that you want cleared away.
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