Model # 2915100

Internet #204476215

Store SKU #157369

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Ames

19-Tine Adjustable Thatch Rake

  • Multipurpose steel tines remove thatch and cultivate soil
  • Strong hardwood handle with cushion grip
  • Backed by a 15-year limited warranty
$ 34 98
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Product Overview

  • Multipurpose steel tines remove thatch and cultivate soil
  • Strong hardwood handle with cushion grip
  • Backed by a 15-year limited warranty
The Ames thatch rake is a multipurpose lawn rake featuring a head with two differently designed rows of tines. The straight-edged tines are designed to clear dead grass clippings (thatch) from beneath the surface of the lawn. This will allow air, sunshine, water and fertilizers in to keep the grass healthy. The flared-edge tines break crusted soil and pulverize dirt lumps to help prepare it for planting or reseeding.
  • 14.25 in. self-cleaning rake head (a pull and it's full, a push and it's clean)
  • Straight-edged tines on the rake head remove thatch (dead grass clippings) from the yard
  • Flared-edge tines are used to prepare soil for reseeding, fertilizing and cultivating the lawn
  • 54 in. North American hardwood handle for strength and durability
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Product Overview

  • Multipurpose steel tines remove thatch and cultivate soil
  • Strong hardwood handle with cushion grip
  • Backed by a 15-year limited warranty
Model #: 2915100
Sku #: 157369
Internet #: 204476215

The Ames thatch rake is a multipurpose lawn rake featuring a head with two differently designed rows of tines. The straight-edged tines are designed to clear dead grass clippings (thatch) from beneath the surface of the lawn. This will allow air, sunshine, water and fertilizers in to keep the grass healthy. The flared-edge tines break crusted soil and pulverize dirt lumps to help prepare it for planting or reseeding.

  • 14.25 in. self-cleaning rake head (a pull and it's full, a push and it's clean)
  • Straight-edged tines on the rake head remove thatch (dead grass clippings) from the yard
  • Flared-edge tines are used to prepare soil for reseeding, fertilizing and cultivating the lawn
  • 54 in. North American hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Get inspired and receive special offers -- join The Home Depot Garden Club

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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
54
Product Depth (in.)
5.125
Product Height (in.)
61.5
Product Width (in.)
14.25
Rake Width (in.)
14.25
Tine length (in.)
4.875

Details

Coated tines
Yes
Garden Center Tool Type
Lawn Rake
Handle Material
Wood
Number of tines
19
Product Weight (lb.)
4.5lb
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Bow
Tine Material
Steel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
54
Product Depth (in.)
5.125
Product Height (in.)
61.5
Product Width (in.)
14.25
Rake Width (in.)
14.25
Tine length (in.)
4.875

Details

Coated tines
Yes
Garden Center Tool Type
Lawn Rake
Handle Material
Wood
Number of tines
19
Product Weight (lb.)
4.5lb
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Bow
Tine Material
Steel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 year

Questions & Answers

Is this good for removal of landscape rocks?

Can not find a anyone in our area willing to do landscape rock removal, so looking for recommendations for tools to do it myself and rake the rock onto tarps for haul away. Yard of newly puchased home is made up of crushed brick and red tile ground mulch on 1/2acre ~15 tons.
Asked by: Bigkiddle
Not really, this is not a general purpose rake. Its only for pulling up dead grass at the base of your grass. I suggest a basic metal rake.
Answered by: Jersey
Date published: 2018-10-30

What material / metal are the tines made of ?

What material / metal are the tines made of ?
Asked by: JC
Hi JC. It appears to me that the blades are made of galvanized steel. I have had this rake for two years and use it all the time, not always for dethatching. In fact I use it for a lot of different projects. The tines stay sharp, don't rust and don't bend. Really good product for the money.
Answered by: snake
Date published: 2019-05-13

Will this work to pull up dead moss?

Will this work to pull up dead moss?
Asked by: tfizzle
I dont see why it would not.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2019-05-09

I need to over-seed my lawn. Is this the correct tool to prepare it for over-seeding?

I need to over-seed my lawn. Is this the correct tool to prepare it for over-seeding?
Asked by: Dudley
Yes you will need to thatch the ground first, get the old dead grass from clogging new seed growth. Then aerate, then seed, then throw a thin layer of compost over the top and use the back end of a rake to smooth compost level. Then water lightly every day for about a week or two, depending how your soil holds moisture. Do not over saturate soil.
Answered by: Greygoose
Date published: 2018-09-27
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Customer Reviews

19-Tine Adjustable Thatch Rake is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 229.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy to use, not too much back labor I'm 75. I did about 200 sq. ft. per hour. It was not too tough on my back or arms. I am in good shape. My pulse rate was about like doing a 10 minute per mile 5 k race. I was careful and did about 300 sq. ft. per day for two days. I took breaks often--about 30 min. total each day. I followed the directions and adjusted the angle according to how much thatch or grass I wanted to pull up. I scalped the grass first, thatched and then mowed again to keep it even. I used the thatcher to all make small furrows and I then added lime and watered deep. Next comes over seeding and adding 1/4 inch soil to cover seed. Once interesting thing: my ten year home had Bermuda sod placed at time of building home. It was layed over clay without tilling. The thatcher did "want" to pull up the sod until I adjusted the angle. The sod, after ten years, was only about 1/2 inch thick. No root depth at all. If you remove all grass (use round up grass first), till before laying sod or re-seeding.
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This rake is very good for pulling of dry grass which looks like straw. My father had one years a... This rake is very good for pulling of dry grass which looks like straw. My father had one years ago but I do not know where it got to after his death. We were using a garden rake or leaf rake until I remember about this thatch rake. I looked it up on Home Depot web site and I was surprised how reasonable the price was. It works real good but is a workout until the blades are adjusted just right. My wife then follows be raking the remaining grass that I pulled up using the thatch rake. She has the easier part of the job. We do not have much grass but we got 2 trash can of dry grass. It does a great job and then put fertilizer down after dethatching the grass, By dethatching ,the fertilizer get down to the roots and don't sit on the old dry grass. I only do it in the spring but I might start doing it in the fall to make it easier in the spring. I recommend this rake to anyone who wants a better looking lawn.
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works just fine. To bad it doesn't come with someone to rake the lawn for you. It works just fine. To bad it doesn't come with someone to rake the lawn for you.
Date published: 2019-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used the rake for the first time last Saturday... I used the rake for the first time last Saturday and I glad I made the purchase. Pulling up dead grass and weeds was A work out but easy with the RAKE
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Please rethink your plan to buy this excellent thatch rake I humbly suggest that you reconsider your purchase of this thatch rake. If you are already here you probably already know your other options...power rake rental, buy a dethatching mower, etc....and have already made the decision that these are lesser options because of price or logistics or you have a small yard or whatever. Fine, but consider this. I have a relatively small yard...maybe 800-1000 square feet. Thoroughly thatching with this rake and weeding took me upwards of 14 hours. Yes, my yard was in relatively bad shape and yes it was hot so I had to take some breaks, but still. I promise that at some point during the process you will reconsider your decision, so, take that opportunity now to consider if this is really something you want to take on. WITH THAT SAID, this rake held up fantastically to what was admittedly a LOT of use, so if you MUST get a thatch rake, I would get this one.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Dethatching Rake. Using this as a weeding tool for the established jasmine sections of my l... Great Dethatching Rake. Using this as a weeding tool for the established jasmine sections of my lawn. Straight edged tine side properly tilted worked very well for pulling up the loosely rooted dollar weed and what looks like large clover both weeds have tube root systems. The Jasmine is closer to the ground and safely below the weeds being grabbed by the rake. This review is for the Ames 19 Tine Thatching Rake model #: 2915100 Thanks to Lindsay with Home Depot Support in Utah for getting the correct rake to me.
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does a super job of pulling out dead grass and moss. I recommend spraying moss killer and a week ... Does a super job of pulling out dead grass and moss. I recommend spraying moss killer and a week to 10 days later, mowing lawn really short and then putting in the effort to de-thatch with this rake. I also over seeded in areas that needed it. Very happy with the results. In another month or so I will put down some Scott's Turf Builder and expect to have a very nice lawn.
Date published: 2019-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! This works GREAT! It pulls out the... Wow! This works GREAT! It pulls out the dead grass leaving nicely even areas where you can see the soil below. It's a bit of work, but very rewarding. It works better an you have a lot more control over your dethatching than the lawnmower blade replacement thing I bought years ago.I highly recommend this!
Date published: 2019-04-16
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