Wide handle provides a comfortable grip
Durable walnut handle
Water- and rust-resistant
Can be re-sharpened as needed
Heat-treated stainless steel blades can be sharpened as needed
Small: 3.75" x 7.25" x 0.75"
You can safely clean the blades with standard rubbing alcohol.
Garden tools are not meant to be stored outside for long periods of time. Extended exposure to wet conditions may cause rust and unnecessary wear and tear. We recommend storing your garden tools indoors after use to help them last as long as possible and to avoid the need to purchase a replacement.
Barebones is a Certified B Corporation. It is a company that meets the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. It is a designation they take seriously. As such, they work to ensure that their commitment to safe, ethical, and sustainable practices is upheld by each company and artisan that touches their products, without exception. They inspect each facility and company regularly and work only with organizations that are as committed to the highest of environmental and human standards. You can be confident that no matter where in the world your Barebones product was crafted, you are personally contributing to conscientious trade.
At the core of Barebones' DNA is a commitment to help individuals and communities at the most human level - without hesitation and without borders. They espouse the same mindset when selecting the partners with whom to work with. Barebones chooses to collaborate with organizations and craftsmen around the globe based on common goals and shared values, with the intention of supporting people both within our borders and worldwide.
Heat-treated stainless steel construction
An earth-friendly replacement for garden tools made with plastic and synthetic materials.
Packaged with paper backing with twine.
The wood is treated with a wood varnish. To be composted we recommend you sand it down to the natural wood.
Metal parts should be separated and recycled in metal recycling.
Paper backing is recyclable and twine is backyard compostable.