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Protecting Your Knees While Gardening

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To accomplish some gardening tasks, you need to get down on the ground. This page is about protecting your knees while gardening.
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August 19, 2019

When picking vegetables I either sit on a bucket or get on my knees. These knee pads have worked great for me. I don't know what kind they are. I would guess soccer. I found them in the sports section at Walmart about 3 or 4 years ago. They are padded well and have a hard plastic shell on the outside to protect the knee. That shell has kept them from wearing out.

When the ground is damp, the knee pads can become quite dirty. I just hose them off and lay them out in the sun to dry.

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March 19, 20051 found this helpful

Make a pair of gardening pants out of an old pair of jeans. Sew the pockets from a pair of old pants on the knees of a pair of jeans. Then stuff the pockets with some foam rubber. These built in knee pads really save your knees. Just remove the foam rubber when you wash the pants.

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By Rosemary

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March 17, 2006

To protect your knees when gardening, sew patch pockets on the knee area of your pants. Slip sponges or soft foam into the pocket. When you bend or kneel, these knee savers won't move or fall off. They're always ready and available when you want to use them. Have a safe, productive gardening season!

By Carol from Wyoming, PA

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May 29, 20140 found this helpful

Spending hours working in your garden can be very rewarding, but it can also be hard on your knees. This is a page about homemade garden knee pads.

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