Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Beautiful Lawn in a Snap with Scotts Snap Spreader System

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


I can’t believe it is already Spring.  It didn’t even feel like Winter here in the Midwest this year.  But just because it didn’t feel like winter, doesn’t mean that my yard is ready to go forward into Spring and Summer.

Our yard needs some tender loving care to get to snapped back into the green health I know it can be.  That is why I am so excited to try out Scotts® Snap® Spreader System.  I saw a commercial for it the other day and can’t believe how simple it is to use.  I love the fact Scotts has taken all the guesswork out of the application.  Plus, no mess.  All it takes for the perfect lawn is just a Snap, Lock and Go!  I can’t think of an easier way to feed my grass.

Did you know that after you have finished feeding your lawn you can remove the Snap Pac and it self-seals for storage until you need it again?  That means no more spilled or wasted lawn food!  Not only do you save money by not wasting left over product, but you will have more product to use because the Snap Spreader System auto sets the proper flow rate, so no more over feeding.  I almost forgot to mean the EdgeGuard feature.  It helps keep your product where you want it and away for those areas, like the sidewalk where you don’t need to feed.

I know I love to save money where I can!  Another way Scotts can help you save is by checking out Scotts Snap Spreader System on their webpage and by liking Snap perks on Facebook.  They are known for their great promotions and contents!  Starting back on Mach 7, 2012…you like Scotts Facebook page for a chance to win amazing prizes.

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1 comment:

  1. I have a lot to do on my huge lawn and I am single, not getting any younger and would love the easiest solution possible. IT'S VERY WET WHERE I LIVE, MY MOM HAS 100 ACRES AND IT IS WET. THANKS FOR A THOUGHT TO LOOK INTO:)


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