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Epic Gardening

Garden Kneeler Knee Pad

Garden Kneeler Knee Pad

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Tending your in-ground beds can be hard work! Make digging, transplanting, and weeding easier with the Epic Gardening Garden Kneeler. 

Our foam rubber knee pad gives you a soft barrier between your knees and the hard ground. As you cultivate, this gardening kneepad provides stability, and prevents the need to bend over. This helps you maintain balance in the garden for longer periods.

This knee pad for gardening is lightweight, and its built-in handle provides easy transport. The kneeler is water and oil-resistant, making cleaning and storing a breeze.


Each kneeler is individually packed and wrapped in plastic.

  • Made from high-density NBR foam
  • Thickness: 1.2 in.
  • Length: 17.75 in.
  • Width: 9.5 in.

How To Use

  • After prolonged use, the kneeler will show signs of wear.
  • Do not store in direct sunlight or in extremely hot locations.
  • The kneeler will absorb water in very wet conditions. Do not soak the pad in water.
  • If the pad gets wet, store it in a dry location until moisture evaporates.
  • Clean your kneeler with mild soap and water between uses.

Why You'll Love It

Weeding and cultivating with the Epic Gardening Garden Kneeler is a great way to add some longevity to your ability to carry out garden tasks. It offers support and protection to knees, while hands are busy. Not only is the pad water-resistant, it’s easy to transport and clean between uses. 


Q: How long do Epic Seed Starting Trays last?

A: Epic Trays are rigid, yet flexible. They?re practically unbreakable and should last you a lifetime.

Q: Will the soil fall out of the tray?

A: As long as your mix is formulated properly, it won?t fall out. Each individual cell in our Epic Trays features an air pruning side slot on all four corners to discourage root circling and encourage better root growth.  The bottoms of each cell are also open providing air pruning at the lower end of each cell.

Q: When should I transplant my seedlings?

A: Move your seedlings into larger containers, or into the garden after they?ve germinated and spent 2 to 3 weeks in the 16-cell tray.

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