Sno-Knife Roof Snow Removal Tool Rake
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- Lightweight Sno-Knife head weighs just 2.4 lbs.
- Unique leading edge design rides over shingles without damage
- No bulky frame to push through snow
- Works on shingles, shakes, metal or tile roofs
- Works on any snow, even drifted snow
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Top Customer Reviews
The first thing I wanted to examine was the beveled edge to keep it from snagging singles. It was at a good angle for that, but now my concern was for it riding up on top of the snow because of the bevel. It did. Winter is almost over and it was a warm day (42 deg. F) and the snow was well packed down. This means that I can't wait around to get the snow off after a fresh snow. I'll update this review after my next use.
I have found that attaching a 3/8" diameter plastic clear tubing to the front edge of the sno-knife eliminated any chance of lifting the shingles on my shed roof with the 9/12 pitch. It did not lessen the usefulness of the tool. I also us my roof rake if I want to really get the roof clean down to the shingles.
One of the great advantages is that you can use the same extension poles on either unit. I had only ordered the head for the sno-knife and use the poles from my roof rake. I only have praise for this great tool, and it is not as labor intensive as any of the other roof cleaning tools that are available.
TRY IT!!!! YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only used this rake once this winter. I have a two-story home. The rake won't reach the roof over the second story, but I knew this in advance. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's ok. I used it twice. It seems to need something to cut the snow vertically as well.Published 15 months ago by T. Mish
I'll give it a 5 based on fast delivery and design; but I'll have to wait until next season for a full evaluation.Published 16 months ago by George Royael
A good tool, but not the best. Substitutes for a shovel on a ladder, so that is very good. Loosens snow well, but the flattness makes it less efficient at actually pulling snow... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rob Mrowka
I am getting on in years and going up on a slippery roof isn't even an options for me anymore. The sno-knife is the ideal way to unload the roof of large quantities of snow. Read morePublished on May 15, 2014 by Kevin L. Nyberg
In August of 2011 I bought a generator, a snow blower, and a Sno-Knife. Until 5 days ago the snow blower never had gas in it, until 10 days ago the generator never had gas in it,... Read morePublished on February 17, 2014 by Jim in Reading PA