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Warranty & Other bits you should know.
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Prong 10 Year Warranty
Prongs are guaranteed against faulty workmanship and materials for a period of 10 years from the date of purchase. To make a claim return the faulty tool together with your valid proof of purchase from the store where the purchase was made. This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, overload or abuse.
For more details on this product go to www.prong.com.au
Prongs rely on the principles of leverage which means force can be multiplied significantly. You are advised to not over exert yourself when using the Prongs. Only use as a digging or leveraging tool. Use gloves and shoes when digging into soil to protect hands and feet. Also use other Safety apparel you feel you might need e.g. goggles etc.
Prongs are made tough and durable but, like any tool, need some maintenance. Clean excess dirt off handles and rub over with light oils.
Directions for use
Place tine on surface of soil and use “heel” to place your foot, push/force Prong into the soil, then lever. If digging out roots, “nibble” around the root as far down as you can go. This softens the soil around the root and allows you to get a “feel” for where the best point of leverage will be. Once you are confident you have a hold then lever down slowly. The tine is shaped to act as a first lever and should provide upward leverage on the root. If more leverage is required then push downward further until the heel engages the ground. Keep downward pressure on handle. Dependent on the root or rock you are trying to move, repeat this process a few times. If soil is soft, place a brick or strong piece of wood under the heel when leveraging upward. This stops the heel from sinking into the soil and limiting leverage. Do not over exert effort on tine. Move around the object you wish to move. Prongs are tough but there is a limit.