Scotts® Snap® Spreader System!

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Scotts ® Snap® Spreader System and its point of difference:
-No mess, no guess spreader system
-The Snap Pac connects directly to the Snap Spreader – no cutting, no opening and no pouring from heavy bags – no spilling or waste! 
The system auto-sets the proper flow rate. No Spreader settings required! It also has a unique EdgeGuard feature that keeps product where you want it…. on the lawn! 

-When you’re done, the Snap Pac self-seals upon removal making it easy to store – No more half empty bags on the garage floor.
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If you haven’t seen the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System, it’s similar to other spreader systems with some notable differences, of which there are three particularly that are probably the best thing about this spreader system over others I’ve used.  First and foremost is that with this system there’s no guessing in terms of what setting to set the spreader at given what you’re putting in.
In other spreader systems I’ve used, this tends to see me wasting quite a bit of money by setting the thing at an overkill setting so it spreads more than it should have for a given area; so my bag that should cover 10K square feet is suddenly only covering 5K, which can also potentially cause some lawn damage in some cases.  With the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System, this isn’t an issue as the bags are made for the spreader to automatically release the correct amount.
When I used it, it seemed to be pretty accurate too, in terms of the square footage it said the bag should cover.  I didn’t actually get our the measuring tape or anything, but my backyard is about 10K square feet and the bag said it would do 4K square feet and it did indeed seem to do just under half my backyard, so here we are.
There also is a fair amount of convenience to these bags, which brings me to my next biggest pro.  These bags have a mechanism on the bottom to lock into the spreader system so you don’t have to pour or have any spillage.  Spillage is particularly bad when you spill on concrete and don’t sweep the fertilizer all off before it gets wet (stains the concrete; ya, I did that once).  It also can be bad when you spill fertilizer directly on a patch of grass, which obviously will burn that grass unless you painstakingly pick up the spilled fertilizer, granual by granual. With this system, you just lift the bag by the handle, and set it down in the spreader, then pull the lock lever.  That’s it.  No cutting the bag or anything.  Likewise, when you’re done, just unlock it, and lift the bag.  It’s automatically sealed back up and is ready to store with no risk of spilling.  The bags are also pretty light too, which is nice.
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