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Good Selling Long Wooden Handle Shovel

Item No.: G04104

Material: carbon steel                    


Color: Customizable 

Packing: Woven bag   

OEM/ODM: Acceptable


Features of the round head long handle wooden shovel:

Roundhead blade: suitable for digging various holes to meet your garden needs;

The design is used to transport various loose materials such as soil, sand, and gravel;

Premium carbon steel tempered blade for maximum strength;

Safety steps: allow firm foot placement for increased digging force;

Durable: Hardwood handle

Made in China;

Notes on using a long-handled wooden shovel:

Rounded shovels can dig dirt and carry dirt or other materials. Rounded shovels are different from large square shovels, which are used to scrape or lift lighter materials such as snow or manure. Rounded shovels can be used to dig large holes or to shovel heavier materials such as rocks wet soil makes these shovels useful for cutting sod or root material, and their bowl-like shape allows them to lift and move plants out of the soil.

The durable round head shovel can even be used as a hammer or to break up compacted soil. A small round-tipped shovel or shovel can be used for weeding, digging small holes, and transplanting small plants.

A trowel can be used when weeding. When buying a new shovel, it is important to consider quality, as a poor quality shovel may bend, break, or cause more stress on the user's back, not stamped steel, but bendable, the top of the blade should be flat, so it's more comfortable to step on, the part of the blade that attaches to the handle is called the handle, and should be long and securely fastened to the handle with bolts, to save these parts from separation.

The handle should be made of ash, hickory, or fiberglass, and the length of the handle should be suitable for the height and strength of the user. A well-maintained shovel will last for years. Fiberglass handles are water and weatherproof, but wood handles require special care. Sand off any manufacturer-applied finishes and rub with linseed oil once or twice a year to protect the handle from chipping.

The blade of the shovel should be thoroughly cleaned after each use and completely dried before storage to prevent rust. Rinse off all dirt with water and scoop away any hardened dirt. A shovel is used to prevent rusting when stored in winter.