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Published on Mar 6, 2011
The woman dragging a 5 inch snowfall off a driveway is 70 years old. If some freezing rain and sleet had not fallen first, the driveway would be "BROOM CLEAN." She is using the SuperNet(TM) (patent pending). It can also be used to remove existing or new snow from a FLAT or PEAKED roof, thereby eliminating ICE DAMS and collapsing buildings. It works even better with LEAVES. You may fabricate and use it. Here's how for a driveway. 1) Obtain a fence like the Tenax Home Fence sold by Ace Hardware, Lowes, etc. in 4' x 50' and 4' x 100' rolls. 2) Cut pieces off that are the width of the driveway. 3) Do not put it out if you expect a storm to begin with freezing rain. 4) Lay it out before the snow falls, overlapping the pieces about 6 inches. 5) Drag the snow onto the lawn and dump the snow. OR Roll The SuperNet(TM) up and dump it by pulling one end over the others. OR, just pull one end over the other rolling the snow off the driveway. I have done all three with the Tenax fence, but all three methods would work better if the mesh holes were smaller.