Our Bow Rake is a bestseller, but sometimes you need to get into tight spots between plants—that’s when you need our Shrub Rake. It’s good for a hundred different uses: spreading mulch, spreading gravel, cleaning debris from gravel, piling rocks, loosening soil for weeding, gathering wet leaves and pine needles, and removing dead spots in lawn grass to prep for re-seeding. And once everything is raked it’s strong enough to scoop dirt, rock, and weeds. It’s a solid and sturdy tool for moving lots of material in a hurry, but is compact enough to use around other plants without damaging them. The tines are thick and tempered steel, the long handle will save your back, and the head-to-handle connection is reinforced—it’s made to last much longer than any flimsy box store rake. Constructed from 100% Made In The USA steel, it’s up to 30% more durable than foreign competitors. The handle length is customizable: you have a choice of long (54 inches) or short (32 inches). The handle is made from high-quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength. The handle’s rubber grip provides maximum comfort and decreases hand fatigue through extended use. The Bully Tools 8-Inch Shrub Rake comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.
Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.
Gary Eisele –
Great rake for around shrubs and tight places. As a landscaper I use my Bully rake’s several times a day, I have the hoe, larger leaf rake and the 8″ rake. I find that I use the 8″ rake most of the time. For being so heavy duty they are built tough enough to use in gravel areas as well ( like raking out debris that gets into gravel areas) (no need to grab a bow rake) and they are still very light weight.