Wheel Hoe Success Kit
Our Wheel Hoe Success Kit has all the items you need to maintain your Hoss Single or Double Wheel Hoe, change attachments, and keep your implements sharp and field-ready. Includes Boiled Linseed Oil, Medium Grit Sanding Sponge, 9/16″ Wrench and a 10″ Farmers File.
Our Wheel Hoe Success Kit contains everything you need to maintain and use your Hoss Wheel Hoe. Use it with any of our Wheel Hoe models -- Single Wheel Hoe, Double Wheel Hoe or High Arch Wheel Hoe. This kit allows you to keep your handles smooth and conditioned and they'll last a lifetime. You'll also be able to keep those attachments clean and sharpened for maximum efficiency.
Wheel Hoe Success Kit Includes:
Medium Grit Sanding Sponge - Keep your Wheel Hoe handles nice and smooth. Has a sandpaper outside with spongy inside so that you can conform the block to any surface.
Boiled Linseed Oil (1 pint) - Keep your Wheel Hoe handles conditioned and protected from the elements with this fast-drying, naturally-derived oil. Provides a smooth, natural coating that won't chip and splinter like a varnish. Easy to apply with a rag. We recommend doing this as soon as you receive your Wheel Hoe. Caution: Rags, steel wool, or waste soaked with Boiled Linseed oil may spontaneously catch fire if improperly discarded. Immediately after each use, place rags, steel wool, or waste in a sealed, water-filled metal container. The time-frame and conditions under which materials may spontaneously catch fire are unpredictable.
9/16" Combination Wrench - Easily change Wheel Hoe Attachments with this sturdy 9/16" wrench. Great to keep at the garden barn for quick and simple changing of attachments. Works for all attachments on the Hoss Single or Double Wheel Hoe.
8" Farmers File - Keep your Wheel Hoe Attachments (Sweeps, Cultivator Teeth, Plows) sharp with this heavy-duty, all-purpose file. Has a double-cut side for removing large amounts of material and a single-cut side for fine-sharpening an edge. Sharp tools will make your time in the garden much more efficient and worthwhile. Winter is a great time to get your tools in shape for spring and summer gardening.