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Top 3 Best Home and Garden Clean Up Tools and Equipment

Home and Garden Tools that Take Clean Up and Home Maintenance to the Next Level

As a homeowner, you can never have enough home and garden tools. Or, can you? Maybe you’re tired of your outdoor shed or barn overflowing with, often, redundant lawn and garden implements. Maybe you have long since declared a moratorium on purchasing unnecessary home maintenance tools and equipment?

If so, you might want to reconsider your decision this year.


Because each year some company markets a pretty nifty home improvement tool that works wonders on your lawn and garden projects. These new items promise to make your next home improvement project a lot easier.

Top 3 Best Home and Garden Clean Up Tools and Equipment
Top 3 Best Home and Garden Clean Up Tools and Equipment

What’s new and different on the home improvement horizon? Which tools and equipment will add value to your home and garden maintenance and clean up? Check out these Top 3 Best Home and Garden Clean Up Tools and Equipment. Sure to make your home improvement and clean up projects a snap.

1. Retractable Hose Reel
Giraffe Tools Retractable Hose Reel 5/8 inch x 90 ft Wall Mounted Garden Hose Reel Heavy Duty with Automatic Rewind, 180 Deg Swivel Bracket, Any Length Lock, 9 Pattern Hose Nozzle

Tired of wrestling with your garden hose? Your cries of help have finally been heard. Check out this positively completely Retractable 100-ft. Hose Reel. Easily mounts to wall or fence. Full automatic. A homeowner’s dream item.

2. Telescoping Washer Set

Ultimate Washer 24 FT. Telescoping Wand, 4-Stage, 4000 PSI, 8.0 GPM

Instead of calling in a professional to clean the dirt and grime off your house or deck, opt for a telescoping washer set. Extends your reach by 15 feet and more. Easy to attach and use.

3. Rotating Brush Water Broom

JSCARLIFE Pressure Washer Car Brush Car Wash Attachment Rotating Brush to Wash Trailer

Great for cleaning the dirt and grime from your sidewalk, patio and walkways. Here’s one rust-free, clean-up tool that’s easy and fun to use.

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