Clean rototiller tines with a simple pipe-held screwdriver. Attach a length of plastic pipe to your rototiller handle to hold a screwdriver to clean out the tines.
Keep a portable screwdriver handy to clean rototiller tines when they are clogged.
While using a rototiller, I carry a screwdriver to clean out the tines when they become clogged with roots. But the screwdriver always falls out of my pocket. So, here is my solution: I attached a length of pipe, just the right diameter and length for the screwdriver, to the tiller handle with a couple of hose clamps. Now the screwdriver is always available when I need it.
— James Hodges
Glen Rose, Texas
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