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Most Recent Questions
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how thick are the tines on the towbehind brinly areator drop spreader
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Can the plugs be replaced if worn or broken, how much do they cost and where do I get them from?
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can the unit be raised to allow for transporting over sidewalks and/or driveways?
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how thick are the tines on the towbehind brinly areator drop spreader
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How deep do the spikes on this aereator penetrate?
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WHERE CAN I PURCHASE REPLACE MENT SPIKES
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Can the plugs be replaced if worn or broken, how much do they cost and where do I get them from?

Customer Questions & Answers for
Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes

Item# 14264
Deluxe hook-and-loop straps hold these light weight Lawn Aerator Shoes to your feet. Each step presses a dozen 2in. metal spikes into hard-packed soil and densely-packed turf. Thousands of holes create air, fertilizer, and moisture to soak into the soil. Rugged green plastic, 11 3/8in. long. Strap easily onto any adult size foot. Perfect for using when cutting the grass or raking the leaves. Spikes qty. 12, Application Aerator, Spike Penetration Depth in. 2, Overall Width in. 11 3/8 Long, Spike Length in. 2, Aerator Type Spike. Makes aerating easy by creating a dozen 2in. deep holes with each step, even in hard-packed soil Straps easily onto any adult-size foot Cultivates lawns by making it easy to water and nutrients to reach roots
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Questions & Answers for Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes

Question

are these made in america?

asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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ghostwriter84
on Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes
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answer 1
Staff Answer
Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes are manufactured in Taiwan.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
by
ProductExpert13
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Question

Do these now have vel-cro straps?

Are they still difficult to keep on your feet?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Lawn-Revitalizing Aerator Shoes
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answer 1
Staff Answer
The shoes have straps with buckles.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
ProductExpert35
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answer 2
The straps are buckle style. They are not difficult to keep on at all.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
joewho48
 - Daytona Beach, FL
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answer 3
In a way, they are difficult to keep on your feet. I found in taking the time, getting the straps right. Once I did that, the shoes aren't too bad at all.

bcCaveman
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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bcCaveman
 - McKinney, TX
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