This Weed Torch Will Make You Actually Look Forward To Yardwork
This gives a whole new meaning to smoking weed.
There’s no way to make weeding feel like anything other than punishment. You can reward yourself with a glass of rosé on the patio afterward or work in some squats and pretend it’s a workout, but when you’re tugging at that stubborn greater plantain that’s sprouted up (again) between cracks in the path to your front door, it. Just. Sucks.
Especially two weeks later, when those weeds you’ve just fought from the earth have creeped back, leaves curling upward like a giant middle finger to you and all of your hard work. But there’s a way to get revenge. You just need a weed torch.
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Yes, that’s right — a weed torch. Flame Engineering makes an entire series of these handheld propane torches, which you can use to gently scorch your lawn-killing enemies. Naturally, you might have questions: How do you use that thing without accidentally setting your yard on fire?! Does it really work?!
You had me at "no weeding."
Making a Propane Weed Burner?
Ask a Question Here are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new question.
Question: Making a Propane Weed Burner?
I have a very large garden which takes tons of care weed-wise on borders, fence-lines, etc. Can anyone tell me how to make a propane weed killer device rather than lugging around a 12L spray pack with poison? I’m sure it’s more environmentally sound than poisoning.
By Rebecca from Gold Coast, Australia
Here’s one for only $39 . Cheaper than you could even make one for! It comes with 3 different sized of burners.
Of course you’d have to pay the shipping too!
HERE’S A PHOTO OF IT:
I’m converting old BBQ aluminum hoods to shroud a three burner weed flamer for my tractor. In tests the aluminum holds up if you do not let it sit stationary with hood touching ground.
Making a Propane Weed Burner? Questions Ask a Question Here are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new