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Old 02-03-2022, 02:09 PM   #1
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Garden Kneeler

I can't be the only one who's discovered garden kneelers can I? Started carrying one after I had some knee surgery and use it to access my storage compartments and my dump connections. Trying to get down low enough to reach into the compartments and then getting back up was becoming more difficult every year. Then the knee surgery made it worse, albeit temporarily (I hope). The garden kneeler makes it comfortable to kneel and provides support for getting back up. Used upside down it acts as a little bench. Friends who have seen it are now ordering them. Well worth the few dollars they cost and the small amount of storage space they need.

Amazon has many listings for them - they all look the same to me - no doubt they are available at Home Depot and other hardware /garden stores as well -
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Keep one in the water bay.
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We keep one in the water bay as well. We got ours at Dollar Tree
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I grabbed some old chair cushions the wife was throwing out. They work great.Click image for larger version

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I have thick kneeling pads in each compartment I use.
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Been using them about 20 years now both in the coach and around the house.
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"I can't be the only one who's discovered garden kneelers can I?"


Besides two kneeling pads, I also carry some foam knee pads with velcro straps. I consider this essential equipment! Haha.

The garden kneeler you use is pretty cool because of the two handles.
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I also been carrying one as long as I can remember. Picked up a new one this winter to store in wet bay.
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I have one in the house and one in the camper.

Great support when getting off of your knees now days.
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