With a standard shovel, you can spend more effort shaking or scraping the mud off than digging. The Toolite Mud Shovel has a blade filled with strategically placed pea-sized holes that allow mud or clay to release from the shovel much more easily and makes it lighter than a similar sized conventional shovel. That combination makes the Toolite shovel a much more effective and efficient tool for digging. Despite the holes in the blade, very little if any material seeps through. This shovel improves productivity and reduces fatigue and risk of injury for gas utility workers or construction crews.
This Round Point model has a very short Mini Yellow Fiberglass Handle with D-Grip for getting in tight places, working in a bell hole, or scooping mud from under a pipe. Tempered Steel Head, Solid Fiberglass Reinforcing Core at Head-to-Handle Connection, and a Crimped Collar and Riveted Head-to-Handle Connection