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Station Boot Helps Keep Termite Monitoring Stations Looking Professional

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The tool is used to cut the turf grass that grows over termite monitoring stations.

| May 29, 2012

The Station Boot is a lightweight, highly durable tool made of 18-gauge galvanized steel. This tool is used to cut the turf grass that grows over termite monitoring stations. Simply locate stations and place The Station Boot over it and stomp the top. Then grab the handle, remove, and swipe the cut grass. This leaves termite stations looking clean and homeowners know they are checked. For more information e-mail thestationboot@gmail.com.

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