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What do you guys use for a rake?

Post in 'The Gear' started by jqgs214, Aug 26, 2007.

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  1. jqgs214

    jqgs214 Minister of Fire

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    Looking for something for the wood stove that will rake the coals out of the ash, kina like a steel garden rake for removing rocks from dirt. Have not been able to find a small version for the stove. Any suggestions. I have seen the "standard" stove rake and dont think the "valleys" are deep enough not to pull the ash.

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    I had a friend that moved from a house to an apt. so we ended up with a lot of her stuff - this included a set of small garden implements that she may have gotten at a Christmas Tree Shop or other such place - I would describe them as kiddy toy grade and size blades on small adult sized wooden handles. The rake was about 6-8" wide, and I couldn't imagine using it for anything out side, so I took the wooden handle off and jammed a peice of scrap 1/2" steel pipe that I had laying around into the socket... Works well, and cost was basically zero.

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    I read the thread topic and said "Deja-Vu"....Is it just me or has this question been posted numerous times???

    NE-ne-nena-nena..."You have now entered The TwiHearthlight Zone..." lol ;)
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