A: All you can do is to fold the bag down several times. I crush that in the end to try to make it harder to open.
A: These bags are meant to remain open because in many municipalities they require open bags and have specific pick up days. This is a really great product if you have that rule.
A: Leave room at top of bag and fold it closed just like a lunch sack.
A: Local trash companies will not accept garden trimmings in plastic bags. They must be in the paper bags now. EVERYTHING is hard on my back. I understand....
A: Once in a paper yard waste bag it works great. Problem is getting the bottom of the bag to unfold. open so chute can be inserted.
A: I do not fold it the way they say I just use it flat like 3way. put it inside the bag make sure the side are open its hard at first until you get some stuff in there, I use it with a 55 gl. plastic bag. so don't fold it the way it says just leave it the way you get it put inside bag open it up and put leaves in. it should work. ive gone through 3 of them already. don't leave outside in the winter.
A: This device works GREAT for the paper bags and in our area the plastic bags are NOT accepted for the compost recycling ...sorry I can't help
A: This only works with paper lawn bags, which is the only type that our County allows. It works great with them, so if they are available in your area, give them a try. There are instructions printed on the product ("chute"), but a tip for easy loading of the bag to the chute is to squeeze together the two sides at the bottom of the chute to more easily insert the chute into the bag. Then hold the top of the bag and jiggle it up and down to seat the chute in the bag. Mine has served me for 3 years now and works as good as new.
A: Assuming you are using paper bags, lift the chute straight up. It slides out easily, without damaging the bag. Leave the suggested room at the top of the bag, and fold the bag closed. There is another chute product available that works with plastic lawn debris bags.
A: Once the bag is over half full, it just lifts right out, and the bag has enough material to keep it open and maintain the shape.
A: Grab the Lawn Chute by the holes in its sides and lift. May require some shaking.
A: There are 2 holes at the top of each side, and you can grasp there, and pull straight up. If the bag is fully packed, you may need to gently brace the bag with your shoes, and as you are pulling the chute out, you may need to gently wiggle the chute as you are pulling it out.
A: To be honest I haven't removed them from the bags. I give that job to my grandchildren, but so far no torn bags.
A: I used it in the same way you're asking and it worked well but with mulched leaves and some grass. The mulching bag easily dumped all its contents thru the chute and into the paper bag.
A: Yes, and it works well, stays upright even when the bag is empty.
A: Yes, they hold the bag upright and open so you can put whatever you want in it.
A: Sure can
A: Yes. Works for anything you’d use a lawn bag for
A: Yes. Works perfectly every time. Bag doesn't collapse and allow grass to spill all over.
A: Yes, the item can be used to add grass clippings to a bag as well.
A: Yes you can leave the lawn chute in the bag to keep it open while adding grass into the bag. However be aware that the chute can become wedged inside the bag due to the pressure the grass (or leaves) place on the sides of the chute/bag. What I recommend is that as you add grass or leaves, pull up the chute a little bit at a time so that when the bag is full, the chute is completely removed from the bag. This keeps the bag standing and squarely open as you start loading your grass or leaves and keeps the chute from being wedged inside the bag and unable to be removed without tearing the bag.
|Brand||Leaf Easy||Leaf Easy|
|Name||45 in. x 48 in. Leaf Scoop||Plastic Leaf and Lawn Chute||Green Culture 26 in. Pop Up Bag for Lawn and Garden|
|Garden Center Tool Type||Leaf Collection Tool||Leaf Collection Tool||Leaf Collection Tool|
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