Perfect for those seeking an organic alternative to weed killers and harsh chemicals, this weed burner is a great way to remove weeds quickly, safely and easily. Simply pass the burner over the weeds to damage the plant's cells, then after a few days the weed is dead and ready to remove. The aim here is not to incinerate the weeds - a light touch for just a few seconds is enough. This process is completely safe for gardens with pets or children as there is no need to worry about chemical residue from weed killer and is great for using on all gardens, driveways or paths.
Please note: this weed wand requires a butane/propane gas cylinder that has an EN417 valve (not included)
This fantastic tool works by subjecting the weeds in your garden to very high temperatures (up to 1000°C) which actively damages the cells of the plants. This is through a process whereby the water in the cells quickly boils, bursting them. This stops the transfer of nutrients and water in the plant, effectively killing it. After a few days the dead weeds can simply be brushed away with a weed brush or left to compost naturally. Each weed only needs a few seconds of exposure to the heat to be killed, making this process far more economical than traditional weed killers.
The carefully designed fitting point for the gas bottle is crafted from metal, and is certified with CE approval to offer you the highest possible assurance for peace of mind.
"Not used yet so hard to say but I'm sure it will do the job intended"
Reviewed Saturday, 1 October 2016
"Does the job as specified"
Reviewed Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Reviewed Sunday, 4 September 2016
"Brilliant item, well worth the most ney"
Reviewed Monday, 29 August 2016
"Quick.and easy . Very pleased with item"
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 August 2016
"Exactly what I wanted."
Reviewed Thursday, 21 July 2016
"Just what I wanted. Works well."
Reviewed Monday, 11 July 2016
"Quick to arrive, well packaged, great quality. Will use Primrose again!"
Reviewed Sunday, 3 July 2016
Reviewed Thursday, 23 June 2016
"Great fun and works."
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 June 2016