Self-Cleaning Rake

The Self-Cleaning Rake has a mechanical tine cleaning component for removing debris.

  • Easy to Use
  • Saves Time and Frustration
  • No Bending Required
  • Simply Push Down to Remove Debris
  • Must-Have Lawn and Garden Tool


Utility Patent #9,930,828

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Debra Kornegay of Eatonton, GA has created a rake with a mechanical tine cleaning componet for removing debris.

Leaves, grass, pine needles, and sticks often become lodged or wedged in between the tines of the rake. Not only is this aggravating, it slows down yard work too. It also requires users to bend or stoop down to clean out the rake. This can be hard on the elderly, people with bad backs or knees, or those suffering from an injury. In turn, Inventor Kornegay created the Self-Cleaning Rake. Now homeowners and landscapers will have an efficient and convenient way to remove debris from the tines of a rake without having to remove the debris manually.

This clever new invention is easy to use. It saves time and frustration. No bending is required. Hands stay clean. Simply push down to remove debris. The Self-Cleaning Rake is truly a must-have lawn and garden tool! Act now!

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