Redneck Backscratcher lets you scratch your back with a miniature garden rake

Redneck Backscratcher lets you scratch your back with a miniature garden rake

Have you ever looked at a garden rake and thought it would be a good idea to use the same tool that collects leaves and grass from your lawn to scratch your back? Then you scratch their backs and, shall we say, the impression is not even close to pleasant? Yes, this is a bad idea that seems good at first glance. If you still feel like scratching your back with a rake every time you go out of the barn with tools, someone out there put together a Redneck Backscratcher instead.
The back pliers, similar to a miniature garden rake, make you feel like you are digging your back with a real garden tool, without the discomfort when those sharp metal prongs cut into your skin. If your back is like all the dead grass on your lawn in the fall, you want to relax your back as you loosen the soil in your backyard, or you just want to scratch more of your back right away, this thing should make the back scraper more fun than those boring handheld devices that they usually sell.
The Redneck Backscratcher essentially takes a standard garden rake and shrinks it just enough to reach any part of your back that needs to be scratched all day. It has a wooden handle so you can hold a firm and secure grip while vigorously combing through that itch while adding extra weight to the entire device. By the way, the scratching head is 7.5 inches wide, so it will cover most of your back right away, which will probably make it more effective than traditional back scratches, which tend to have a narrower head.
The head is made of plastic, by the way, with fifteen individual prongs that can be individually flexed to shape your back, ensuring it can reach any itchy surface, whether you're sitting, standing, or bending over like Mr. Fantastic. for no reason. Unlike a regular garden rake, the tines are not sharp (they are actually rectangular at the ends), so this thing will not leave open wounds on your back if you accidentally dig into them too hard.
Can Redneck Backscratcher scratch your back better than your wife? Probably no. However, he will never be mad at you, so he will scratch your back every time you feel itchy, while remaining quiet all the time, so you don't have to pretend to listen while scratching and nodding every few minutes to create the impression that you are really involved in the conversation. By the way, while it looks like a rake, it will be completely useless in the garden for the most part, so don't make the mistake of taking it out to remove weeds, level the soil, or harvest leaves like you do. You are probably not going to have a good time.

Redneck Backscratcher is available now.




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