Hooks are used essentially to cut down swathes of overgrown weeds and grass.
If an old allotment or garden has been taken on, or left untended over time it may be unkempt and overgrown, seemingly too much to manage.
The first tool of use, especially if you don’t want the expense, pollution and noise of a strimmer, is a Hook. This cuts all long weeds down to a manageable level, so that areas can be prepared ready for your own personal choices, placing beds, ponds, sheds, trees; whatever you want in your garden! Alternatively, they can be used for cutting round trees that a strimmer may damage or along fences that have inaccessible grass or weeds. (Usually from a neighbour’s garden!)
The Hook has been upcycled because the original handle had woodworm, which is not what you want when swinging a 1/2 kg sharp, metal hook! We have repaced it with a secure, comfortable handle, made to our own dimensions, in the Space 2099 Range; made of Pink and Orange Resin.
The inspiration for this range came from the newest detailed, coloured photos of space sent to Earth by the Hubble Space Telescope.