Sharpen Gardening Tools Clean and sharpen garden tools. Your shovels, spades, forks, and hoes take a beating and need extra care to get them ready for use next spring. A stiff wire brush should remove the worst of the dirt, but keep a piece of sandpaper handy for the really tough stuff. Next, draw a file down the end of the tool until a clean shiny edge is exposed–do not saw up and down.
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Keeping garden tools, such as shovels and spades, clean and sharp makes your job as a gardener easier. Not only can you count on your shovel to cut through the soil, but it will also last longer if it is well maintained. Shovels left outside or put away wet and covered with soil develop a layer of rust on the blade. Removing the rust and treating the shovel blade with emollients to prevent further rusting restores you shovel to working condition.