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About Push Lawn Sweepers
Push lawn sweepers are not as commonly used as their tow behind counterparts. They work in exactly the same way as push lawn mowers: the operator simply pushes the sweeper over the part of the lawn to be cleared. Automatic rotating brushes then sweep up the debris into a hopper.
Push lawn sweepers are smaller, quieter and cheaper than tow behind types.
And they do not cause pollution like tow behind lawn sweepers do.
They are suitable for smaller lawns or for people who do not own a lawn tractor or riding mower (and do not intend on getting one).
Push lawn sweepers are good for clearing lighter types of debris such as leaves and grass clippings.
A push lawn sweeper can be an excellent addition to your repertoire of garden tools if you have a smaller lawn and do not mind exerting physical effort while clearing your lawn.
If you want the fastest solution to clearing lawn debris with minimal physical exertion, take a look at our tow behind lawn sweeper reviews.