Invents a faster way to clear your driveway, launches Kickstarter campaign to bring innovative new product to market
BOLTON -- All-Kleer Industries of Bolton announces the Kleerz-All, a hand-powered push plow which quickly moves light debris off large, flat surfaces.
The result of 10 years of concept development, this materials mover is a whole new way to clear driveways, parking areas, decks and garage or shop floors.
"Our choices for fall cleanup leave a lot to be desired," says inventor Kay Stoner. "Rakes are narrow, they get clogged with debris, and it can take a long time to move all those New England leaves. Push brooms aren't wide enough to clear a very wide space, and they don't give you much control. And leaf blowers are loud, they use electricity or gas, and you don't have a lot of control over where the leaves go.
"Keeping surfaces cleared gets even harder in the wintertime, when a little bit of snow can take forever to clear. At my home, I have a 113-foot driveway with a two-car parking area at one end, and it can take up to an hour to clear my driveway with a shovel. If there's at least 4 inches of snow on the ground, I can use my snowblower, no problem. But when there's just an inch or two of the light, fluffy stuff, it's a huge pain. So, I invented the Kleerz-All to meet my own needs as a homeowner all year round."
Interchangeable edges equip the tool for indoor and outdoor work, for solid and liquid cleanup. The patented design keeps the blades flat on the ground so debris or water is easy to collect and control. And because the blades are interchangeable and can be switched in minutes, Kleerz-All owners can always have the best tool for the job at hand.
Designed with a variety of users in mind, the Kleerz-All can be comfortably handled by individuals of any height. Lightweight construction makes it easy to maneuver for young and old. Its adjustable handle lets you clean up without the back strain of shoveling. When finished with the job, the Kleerz-All can be easily collapsed and stowed in a space about the size of a leaf rake.
For information about the Kleerz-All, to watch videos, and to follow the progress of the Kickstarter campaign, visit kleerz-all.com/pages.