This post brought to you by Scotts®. All opinions are 100% mine.
Working in the yard is either fun or miserable. It is fun when you have the right tools and miserable when you are doing it without the right equipment. Scotts® Snap® Spreader System is one tool that will make caring for the yard easier, and I need help—even with a small yard my grass mocks me with brown patches and weeds.
This spreader system allows you to apply Weed & Feed or Fertilizer in a process that eliminates the mess and guess of the ordinary spreaders. For me, the first treatment would definitely need to be the Weed & Feed.
The bags for the Snap Spreader connect to the spreader and that eliminates the cutting and pouring of those 40-pound bags. The flow rate is automatically set and that means getting started faster and no realizing that you made a big mistake after you get started. The Snap Spreader even has an EdgeGuard that helps direct the fertilizer where you want it.
Simply put, this is a handy tool to have in your arsenal.
It even makes cleanup easier as the individual Snap Pacs self-seal. This makes removal from the spreader easier and no problems with storage in your garage or workshop.
Interested in finding out more? Check out the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System website.
Here are a few video testimonials. Check them out if you want to have a better idea how this works. You can see the system in action in this video too.
In addition, if you want even more reason to be excited about this, Scotts has launched a Snap Perks campaign on Facebook. Just click on this link to find it: Snap perks on Facebook
Like Snap Perks on Facebook and you’ll be in the know about the entire promotion and how to win tickets to the 2012 MLB All Star Game and the World Series along with a monthly sweepstakes prize of a Riding Lawn Mower and a daily chance at a $25 Home Depot Gift Card.
The promotion comes at the right time as my yard begins to come alive and the pollen begins to coat my car. It is time for lawn maintenance and I’m excited about this new way to keep the grass fed and weeds under control.