The Best Weed Removal Tool
- Constructed of high quality sheet metal
- Serrated harden steel teeth for cutting
- Drainage holes for easy maneuverability
- Cuts weeds off at the "ROOT"
- Strong enough to remove logs and tree limbs from lake bottom
- Optional Plastic Handle for easy lifting
- Made in USA
- Environmentally Friendly
- Shipping is included in the purchase price
Enhance Your Waterfront
"I was pleasantly surprised at the effectiveness and ease in removing lake weeds with the Shark Tooth Weed Rake." - Denise L.
"With a little effort it cut through the thick weeds and pulled the smaller weeds out by the roots." - Jim P.
"The Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake was by far the best solution to our seaweed problems. I have never seen a product work this well, 30 minutes of use saved the association nearly a thousand dollars if we were to have contracted the service, not to mention it is an environmentally safe alternative to chemically treating." - Kevin M.
Are your lakes, ponds, swimming areas or boat docks plagued with aquatic weeds?
The Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake helps you control your pond weeds, lake weeds and aquatic weeds. Our heavy duty water weed, pond weed and aquatic weed cutter is designed to stand up to the task of weed removal of those heavy water-laden aquatic weeds.
Choose the Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake to help you solve your problems with pond weeds, lake weed control and aquatic weed control.
Unlike other weed rakes and weed razors, the Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake is a heavy-duty metal rake that has 12 serrated teeth for pulling and cutting weeds from around boat docks, swimming areas, landings, etc. The head has 4-1" holes in it to let water flow through. As a result, making it easier to pull through the water. The Kaufman Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake glides over the bottom of lakes and ponds with relative ease.
The Shark Tooth Water Weed Rake comes complete with 2-5ft. handles that clip together. Therefore allowing plenty of reach for deeper water.
You'll be amazed at the results you will get!
* Before you take any steps to remove aquatic plants aorund your dock or pier, find out what your lake association, municipal, county, state and regulations will allow.