This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
We are do-it-yourself people, but after years of fighting with our lawn, my husband is ready to call a yard service. I know! I'm gasping as well. But like all things, technology is constantly improving. Yard care has seen so many great advances this year and one of those is the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System.
It's so simple to use that even I could manage it. All you have to do is just Snap, Lock and Go! Plus, you can join the Snap PERKS program on Facebook. The Snap perks on Facebook begins on March 7, 2012. After you like the page, you'll have the opportunity to sign to earn Perks and win prizes.
So how exactly does the Snap Spreader system work? It's easy. No cutting, no opening and no pouring (or spilling) heavy bags. The Snap Pac connects directly to the Spreader. The system automatically sets the flow rate. The Snap Pac seals itself so you can store it without any bags spilling anywhere. See this video testimonial to learn more.
I am not a fan of fertilizer bags all over the garage, so I love how easy it stores. Be sure to check out Facebook to sign up for perks and prizes.
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