New Multi-Use Lawn & Garden Tool Invention makes them cheaper & Creates Jobs

Inventor believes most tools made of metal like shovels, spades, rakes, hoes and more can be replaced by those made of plastic
By: Louis F. Mlecka
BROOKSVILLE, Fla. - July 24, 2013 - PRLog -- Louis Mlecka and son Phillip have invented a Multi-use Lawn and Garden Tool made of PVC pipe and fittings. This basic tool alone can be used to dig holes for posts, plants and small trees.  It can also be used to plug grass and install termite stations. The bottom of the tool has teeth to cut the soil can be removed to reveal a hidden spike that can be used to jab up paper, bottles, cans and other discarded objects.

In addition, this tool is designed for attachment of other tools made of plastic. There will no longer be a need for handles made of wood or metal.  This invention will be able to interchange the tools using a single handle.  The tools will be lighter take less storage space and not rust.

Mlecka says he is seeking people that can set up shop in their garage or workshop to make the basic tool,  A copy of the prototype is available.  

Setting up shops in every city will cut the cost of shippng which can cost as much as the product itself.  Thousands of do it at home jobs can be created.

For more information contact Louis F. Mlecka at 352-796-2089 or  email
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Location:Brooksville - Florida - United States
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