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Avoid Blisters When Raking Leaves

Do you get a blister on your hand when raking leaves? If so, try taping a piece of first aid cloth tape on your hand where the blister forms before you put your gloves on.

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I have a callous on my thumb from many years of raking and blisters. Gloves have not prevented this from happening to me. This year, I put a piece of tape over that area beforehand. So far no blister and I have done a lot of raking.

I think this prevention method is going to work for me and I hope it will work for you as well.

By littergitter from NC

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November 18, 20110 found this helpful

I'm still using my big plastic baby pool for dragging the leaves off into the woods. The pool has a rope handle on it and it will hold a big pile of leaves. I also have a small pool that I use more often for cleaning up limbs, twigs and pine cones. I love my baby pools.

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