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  Yard Tarps: Your Best Friend in the Fall Date: 07/01/2014  

Yard Tarps: Your Best Friend in the Fall

Fall is a season heralded by the changing of colors and the shedding of leaves. This season has good weather; not too warm, and not as cold as the winter either. But you know what makes fall unbearable for a person with a nice yard to look after? There are so many dead leaves.

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The leaves are just there, scattered everywhere, laughing at you for not being able to clean them all up in a single day. And even if you had the entire day free, you probably have something more important to do than break your back and try to get rid of all the leaves. More will come the next day anyway.

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So what do you do then? Do you just let the dead leaves accumulate and turn your yard into an image of a horror house where all creatures hide in the unkempt space? There’s got to be something that can keep you from having the reputation of having the most unkempt yard in the neighborhood. There’s got to be something you can do to save your yard from the invasion of dead leaves while saving yourself from all the effort. Actually, there is one thing, and it’s called a yard tarp.

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Now don’t go thinking it’s just like a usual tarp. Yard tarps are customized to solve your dried leaves problem – from collection to disposal. How does a tarp do that, you ask? Yard tarps start as a conveniently folded piece of tarp that you can unroll and set anywhere on your yard where you can gather every single piece of dead leaf with ease. Rake them to where the yard tarp has been put without worrying that the tarp will be folded by the wind. It stays in place, making it not like your usual tarp. It keeps like that until you decide to convert it into a leaf holder or leaf trap.

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Now the leaf trap will help you transfer the leaves you’ve collected to a disposal area like a trash can. The leaf trap holds all the leaves in while you pull it using the rope attached to it. As you can see, yard tarps are customized to help you get rid of dead leaves from start to finish. The leaf trap guarantees no escape, unlike any regular tarp that you might be thinking of using. With a regular tarp, the leaves will just fly away as they are being transported, and you don’t want that.

By using yard tarps, you are cutting back on the time it takes to clean the yard so that you will be ready to throw a backyard party or even dress it up however you want for the Halloween. You will feel so relieved because the well-kept area isn’t overrun by dead leaves.

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Once you’ve finished using yard tarps, you can simply store them in a small space in your storage room or garage. It’s so easy to fold them for storage and they don’t take a lot of space. Just imagine how convenient owning a yard tarp is: you get to gather dead leaves with ease and carry them into a disposal area without having a big object that will eat a lot of space in the house. This leaf trap has been designed as a tool for you to use; it’s been made in such a way that it will not be a nuisance. You’d want to be able to get inside the house as quickly as possible before the chill gets to you and makes you sick.

This fall, make sure that you still have control over your yard. Don’t let dead leaves invade it, and don’t let yourself become a slave to the hard task of gathering and disposing of leaves. There are tools at your disposal such as a rake and this yard tarp. With this convenient tool, dealing with dead leaves has already been made so easy for you all year round.

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