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Is there a Crocodile in your shed? The Chillington Crocodile brand range of hoes are easy to use, labour saving tools that are perfect for digging, ground clearing, weeding and planting. Designed to be used with a rhythmical swinging action their hoes take the strain out of digging and are a less back breaking alternative to the traditional British spade or fork. No more heavy lifting of soil as the ergonomically designed tools do all the heavy work for you, soil can be dug over by simply pulling the hoe towards you. The Heavy Duty Canterbury Fork is ideal for digging heavy soil and for lifting stubborn roots with little effort. The trenching hoe makes light work of soil preparation, weed clearing and the Grass Slasher makes light and easy work of clearing long grass, weeds and brambles. Special offer for the month of June 25% off Trenching Hoe (head only) normally £14.80 now just £11.10, also 25% off Light Hoe (head only) normally £14.20 now just £10.65. Tel 01902 826826 www.chillingtontoolsonline.co.uk

A coating for all seasons

Sikkens Wood Coatings provide a special one-pot coating product which is highly protective against the damaging effects of UV light and moisture. Its transparent film deluges and fills the pores in the wood with the Saturator-Effekt and therefore increases its durability. Flaking of the coating does not occur. The Self Stratifying binder used in CETOL WF 771 is modularly based: The first component ensures good adhesion to the substrate; the

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second component offers very good protection against UV light and moisture. This low build, low sheen translucent system is especially suitable for medium to highly exposed wood surfaces such as outdoor decks, garden furniture, roof soffits and cladding. The ‘Never Ending Impressions’ colour collection, offers a wide spectrum of intensive colours and harmoniously balanced colour tones. www.sikkens-wood-coatings.co.uk

THE LANDSCAPER JUNE 2017  

MARKETING MATTHEW@LANDSCAPERMAGAZINE.COM EDITORIAL DAVID@LANDSCAPERMAGAZINE.COM

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