Garden Guru GR8 Cut Pruners
The GR8-Cut Pruner is the go to tool for pruning and shaping bushes, small trees and shrubs. It’s a perfect complement to other Pruning Tools and Hedge Shears in your Set of Garden Tools.
These are the ideal pruning shears at a reasonable price for the beginner to professional garden enthusiast. No need to spend extra money on over priced pruners when these will handle most pruning jobs.
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- Great garden shears for serious gardeners. This is a heavy, high quality pruning shear you’ll be proud to own or gift. These garden pruners are a classic design and feel expensive. Every gardener needs this pruner, but most gardeners don’t have one.
- Incredibly sharp tree trimmers. You won’t believe it. Perfect fit for gardening gifts. Razor sharp curved cutting blade maximizes cutting effectiveness, cuts cleanly every time without crushing plant material.
- Practically indestructible, manufactured with out frail aluminum or plastic parts. Heat treated hardened carbon steel fabrication is ultra strong, will last longer and is less likely to fracture, nick or need frequent sharpening like other trimming scissors.
- Stoutly attached stainless steel, no pinch, high tension coil spring opens hand pruners with ease when hand pressure is released. Coupled with comfortable, durable, extra grippy rubber handles, these weed scissors make gardening both pleasurable and efficient.
GR8-Cut Best Usage Practices
The GR8 is designed to comfortably cut small to medium sized branches up to a 1/2 inch diameter. They will cut thicker limbs but you may have to use both hands.
The beauty of this pruner is that it’s sharp enough to handle delicate green growth cuts in herb or vegetable gardens yet tough enough to clear dead limbs and brush.
Remember to always make cuts at about a 45deg angle leaving a smooth surface. Smooth clean cuts heal faster. So it is important to keep the GR8 sharp and clean.
To help maintain a healthy plant make cuts close to the remaining bud or trunk, but not right up against it. You want to allow a little bit of healing space with out damaging the growing bud or trunk.
Always hold your pruners in the proper position when making cuts. Avoid cutting upside down. Keep the pruners upright, cutting blade slicing downwards and closest to the trunk with the hook facing upwards and farthest away from the trunk.
This is by no means all there is to know about proper usage, but these basics will get you on the proper pruning track.
Follow the simple directions below every month or so depending on use and your pruner should cut clean and true for years to come.
Here is what you need:
- An Old Toothbrush or something similar
- Soapy Water
- Steel Wool
- Sand Paper
- Petroleum or Plant Based Oil or Lubricant
- Dry Cloth
First, clean the sap and dirt build up with the toothbrush and soapy water. For really sticky material and rust use the steel wool or sand paper to lightly sand the steel. If necessary a cleaning solvent can be used to remove stubborn hardened tree sap.