You bet your garden Traditional Shed via Harrison Interiors. You bet your garden The Nitty-Gritty "All tools are essential to scrub, especially those made with metal on account of the risk of rust," says Shirley Bovshow, landscape and edible-lawn fashion designer and proprietor of EdenMakers Garden Design. "Tools with shifting parts or joints are particularly vulnerable because of the crevices that entice dust and moisture." For trowels, spades, shovels and pruners, Bovshow advises the attempted-and-true method of first cleansing away dirt and lawn debris, then, after blending motor oil into a five-gallon bucket stuffed with sand just enough to moisten the sand fairly dipping the gear into the bucket and swirling them around a little. "The grit of the sand will do away with encrusted filth," Bovshow says. "And the motor oil will offer protection to the metal from rust." Garden Guides Housekeeping
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