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A garden rotovator- ideal for all your indoor renovations
We've hired a rotovator a couple of times over the last few weeks to break up some of the rough grass areas in our conservation area. This lets meadow flower seeds germinate and also makes it easier for grasshoppers and crickets to lay their eggs underground later in the year. The thing that baffles us is that the rotovator has a label stating that it is "not for use indoors". I have racked my brains o try to think of a situation where someone might consider rotovating in the house, but I can't really think of anything. I suppose that if the living room carpet developed bobbles you might be able to use the rotovator to shave them off, but it would be a bit hit and miss.
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