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Bully Tools 92802 42

Bully Tools 92802 42" One-Piece Poly Scoop/Shovel (Terra)

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Bully Tools 92802 42" One-Piece Poly Scoop/Shovel (Terra)

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The Bully Tools 92802 42-Inch One-Piece Poly Scoop D-Grip is the perfect multipurpose year-round tool that's ideal for scooping mulch, grain, brush, snow, and other materials. Made from a high quality and lightweight FDA 21 CFR 177.1520 copolymer polypropylene, this food-grade tool is easy and comfortable to use for any job; like a long-handled dust pan! It also features a D-shaped grip with a no-slip texture, designed to increase leverage and reduce hand fatigue, while wide enough to accommodate work gloves. The Bully Tools One-Piece Poly Scoop comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.

Bully Tools 92802 42" One-Piece Poly Scoop/Shovel (Terra)

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