Bug Tools Snail Pick and Cut
- Gets rid of slugs - for good!
- Slug removal that’s quick, simple and hygienic.
- No need for pesticides, salt or other liquids
- Extra-long handle
- Hunt them, pick, slice and trash!
Their fate is in your hands – you decide with the Bug Tools Snail Pick and Cut. Getting rid of slugs has never been so easy.
So it may seem a little inhumane – but what other choice do you have?! You’ve tried time and time again to get rid of those pests, whether it is by using pesticides or salt; those pesky slugs and snails return and continue to ruin your vegetables and plants year after year. It’s time to stand up against these parasites and retrieve our garden. We present to you the Bug Tools Snail Pick and Cut – a miniature guillotine for snails and slugs.
Okay, so before you report us to PETA; there are a few things you should know about the Pick and Cut. Firstly, it’s not as inhumane as you think it might be; getting rid of slugs by using salt, pesticides and other chemicals could be considered as more inhumane than a quick slice! Secondly, it’s completely up to you what you do with the pest! You can either slice ‘n’ dice, or pick ‘n’ chuck them in the bin or into the neighbours garden (if only their cat would stop terrorising your garden!).
If your garden is ridden with a snail or slug problem, then the Snail Pick and Cut is ideal. Its extra-long handles let you snatch the pest from your plants without having to bend over, once you have caught them you can, well – you can decide their fate. Dispose them or slice them in half with the tool’s trigger.
The Bug Tools Snail Pick and Cut will definitely help you maintain your slug problem and protect your garden from those slimy parasites; it’s a great alternative to smothering your garden with pesticides and salt… which isn’t all that effective. And if you have a slug problem indoors, do you really want to sprinkle salt all over your clean kitchen floor?
Be the God of your garden and ensure that it’s paradise and free from snails with the Bug Tools Pick and Cut.
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