Cleaning Cutters

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Cleaning Cutters

Postby Ianrobert » Tue Jan 05, 2010 6:54 pm

A good way to get rid of sap on your garden cutting tools is to spray the blades with oven cleaner, leave for about 10 minutes, run under a tap then dry and oil.
They will then look like new.
We have a one acre sub-tropical garden . We open to the public in November each year through the 'Open Garden' scheme. We are interested in Bromeliads, Gingers, Heliconias, Costus and all rare and unusual plants.
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