Paraffin Flamegun & Trolley

This Heavy Duty Paraffin Flamegun is the no-nonsense answer to weed infested pathways and drives, and will even do a mean job on ovegrown areas of the garden, allotment or neglected vegetable plot as well...More information

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Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £189.00
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This Heavy Duty Paraffin Flamegun is the no-nonsense answer to weed infested pathways and drives, and will even do a mean job on ovegrown areas of the garden, allotment or neglected vegetable plot as well.

A real monster of a burner, the heavy duty garden flamegun has a 45cm spread with plenty of extras to ensure the task of burning off weeds is as safe and efficient as possible and there is an optional trolley to make carrying the flamegun around the garden simple.

And don't forget that once you've passed over weeds and unwanted plant material with the heavy duty garden flamegun, you can dig the charred remnants into the soil to boost your organic matter content - another top tip from our horticulturist!

The Following Heavy Duty Paraffin Flamegun components are available:

  • Flamegun
  • Trolley
  • Allow at least 45cm between crop rows

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Number of reviews: 2
Paraffin Flame-gun By Anonymous 4 16th July 2009

My only criticism of this product was the very basic instructions. Common sense was needed to assemble it as the only help was a diagram, and some previous knowledge of such items was required (which I didn't have but fortunately a neighbour did) - some actual description of the process would have helped tremendously. I was unable to fire the gun and again needed assistance in the process. The gun itself worked extremely well and was efficient and well suited for its purpose.

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Paraffin Flame-gun By Anonymous 4 16th July 2009

My only criticism of this product was the very basic instructions. Common sense was needed to assemble it as the only help was a diagram, and some previous knowledge of such items was required (which I didn't have but fortunately a neighbour did) - some actual description of the process would have helped tremendously. I was unable to fire the gun and again needed assistance in the process. The gun itself worked extremely well and was efficient and well suited for its purpose.

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What The Press Say

Number of Articles: 3
Gardeners WorldJune 2015

Remove weeds from paths organically

A flame gun operates using paraffin and kills weeds by bursting open their cells with heat. To be most effective, the flame gun should be used on a dry day, when weed growth is quite established. The weeds then shrivel up and die right back over the following two or three days.

Kitchen Garden1st July 2005

An altogether more serious affair and a long established workhorse on many large allotments and kitchen gardens.

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