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Weed Spinner Greener-De-Weeder Spinner
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Been using the hell out of this thing and iv gotten pretty good at using it... I have found that its even easier to put the bit next to the base of the weed and go really slow and the weed will wrap around the bit and be pulled out. This is slower going than what i posted above but it gets the entire root at a higher percentage of the time.
✔ It saves your back and it saves energy. You can walk around anywhere and uproot plants without bending at all.
✔ It saves times. There's no way you can remove weeds as quickly by hand.
✔ The precision and reach this provides is truly unique. In one situation, I had to deal with huge weed clumps growing everywhere on the underside of a very large cactus plant. Those weeds would have been almost impossible to destroy cleanly had it not been for this tool.
✔ I discovered an unadvertised use! If there are tall clumps of weeds that are not rooted or are not strongly rooted in the ground, you can point this thing at the weeds and the spinning mechanism will often twirl the weeds up like a fork rolls pasta off a plate. Basically, this allows you to grab loose weeds and move them somewhere else with minimal effort.
✔ More often than not, it will pull out the entire root system. But if not, you can simply keep going until the roots come out.
✔ You usually don't have to be precise when aiming the thing. Just point it in the general vicinity of the weed clump and squeeze the trigger. Also, you don't usually have to point the tool straight down (although perhaps it helps). I've found that it will still function at an acceptable level even when oriented horizontally.
✔ I haven't had any problems killing small weeds or plants with this.
✘ Your forearm might get tired. One solution is to hold the d̶r̶i̶l̶l̶ 𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐚𝐜𝐭 𝐝𝐫𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫 with two hands.
✘ The biggest problem is getting the weeds off of the tool once they've been uprooted. There are four things which mitigate this though.
···· First, you can continue to use the tool even if there are a lot of weeds currently twirled around it. You can probably twirl up to five or so weed clumps before you really have to clean it off in order for it to continue working.
···· Second, sometimes the weed clumps fly away and don't twirl around the tool once they're uprooted.
···· Third, if you hold the d̶r̶i̶l̶l̶ 𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐚𝐜𝐭 𝐝𝐫𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫 with one hand and the middle of the tool with the other, and shake the tool end up and down, that will sometimes get rid of everything.
···· Fourth, if you hold it the same way, but then rotate the tool in the direction that is opposite how the weeds have twirled (e.g. counterclockwise if they've twirled up clockwise), they will often times unravel and come off. If not, you will have to take a second or two to yank and tear the weeds off, but this doesn't require much energy. It's only a minor drawback.
In SUMMARY, I'm surprised there were any negative reviews at all. Specifically, I have not had any problems killing small weeds or plants with this. This is a great tool that I would highly recommend to anyone.
We've become more proficient with this product. We were previously using it with a cordless drill. But, with the help of a chuck adapter, we've started using it with an impact driver, and it's definitely the way to go! The impact driver has much more power, and it's also much easier on the wrist. Whereas the drill would sometimes stall and recoil all the force back up onto your wrist, the impact driver never does this.
Basically, it seems that impact drivers are built to "fail" much more safely. With an impact driver, we can wield this product around with one hand and completely forget about recoil effects.
It's worth noting that using a chuck adapter may void the warranty of your impact driver. And safety glasses always make sense regardless of the power tool.
Finally, having a boxcutter in your pocket will speed up weed de-clogging.