Since 1808, we’ve been trusted to provide tools that have tempered-steel strength and enduring quality.
Our durable snow tools can help you clean up what winter has left behind.
Light, heavy or ice-packed snow -we’ve got a tool for every situation.
Gentle on decks and pavers.
Nylon blade is wear-resistant and non-stick.
Great for breaking up frozen, hardened snow to lift and throw.
Light-weight and durable.
True Temper snow tools help you remove snow and slush quickly throughout the winter season.
Pushes light to medium snow and slush. Good for ice-packed snow.
Ideal for scooping light to medium snow and slush. Good for ice-packed snow.
High capacity for pushing and scooping large amounts of snow and ice.
Remove snow and ice without harming your car’s surface.
Help prevent structural and water damage to your house from heavy snow.
A: We do not offer a replacement strip at this time.
A: The shovel can't weigh more than 5 lbs.
A: I'm 80 years old and do not think it is heavy.
A: 5 and 1/2 pounds
A: Light weight, probably around 2 pounds
A: 5.5 pounds.
A: I have had the shovel for years with no issue. I think it’s best for ice, not snow, because the metal catches on any change in the concrete. My driveway is to the north, so I often get a sheet of ice on my walkway and near my driveway. This breaks it up easily so I can clear it. I have a different shovel that I use for clearing snow.
A: Considering I've used mine to chip away built up ice, pushed over a foot of show, and shovelled with it, it makes me wonder how you used it to be able to break it in "the lightest of snow"
A: I had the same problem. Bought it recently, and the plastic collar broke almost immediately, and the two screws worked loose and fell out.
A: I have used mine in very heavy, wet snow and it has held up well. First season though.
A: I’ve used mine to shovel my entire driveway for two winters and it still is good as new.
A: I’ve had 0 issues with mine! And know several others who have the same shovel without issue.
A: You may be reviewing the wrong shovel. I've had mine for 7 or eight years with no problems, except that I've finally worn out the steel edge on the bottom of the shovel. I'm hoping I can replace that part because the rest of the shovel is fine.
A: return it for another one. I moved snow with mine for 3 hours over thanksgiving. Worked great
A: The product is only good for shoveling ice and not to break the ice, it does have a plastic handle as an inconvenience as this is a really good product for it being plastic, plastic handle shovels is not the product if you want to break ice with, you may want a wooden handle for ice breaking jobs.
A: Not much you can do, just thump the shovel now and then or scrap with your boot. Mine didn't stick often enough to be an issue, the plastic version had less of a problem with it.
A: Pam cooking spray
A: Maybe something like Pam cooking spray. That's what I spray along my car door jabs to stop them from sticking overnight when we have freezing temperatures.
A: Spray it with QMax Ice.
A: try furniture polish
A: spray with WD-40
A: You can try cooking spray, wax, kitchen grease, or silicone. If you keep your shovel outside in the cold, that may help as well. Some snow is going to stick regardless of what you do!
A: Try non-stick cooking spray. That being said, I haven't found anything works in all snow conditions.
A: Cooking spray is good
A: Snow generally doesn't stick to a cold shovel, but road salt causes problems every time. Try applying paraffin. I learned to use it decades ago when all shovels were made of steel and often rusted. Paraffin is sold in food stores as canning wax. Comes four big sticks to a package for a small price. Warm the shovel with a heat gun or hair dryer and just rub on the paraffin. You may need to apply a couple times per season, but it last far longer than Pam, silicone and other sprays. I use this also inside the chute and housing of my snow blower. Makes a world of difference in wet snow.
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|Name||Shovelution 18 in. Strain-Reducing Snow Shovel with Spring-Assist Handle, Red||20 in. Aluminum Combo Blade Snow Shovel||43 in. Aluminum Handle 26 in. Poly Blade SnoBoss Snow Shovel||24 in. Industrial Grade Snow Pusher with Versa Grip|
|Blade Length (in.)||0 in||15 in||21 in||8.5 in|
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