scotts snap spreader system.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Is your lawn beautiful?  Ours sure isn’t.  We haven’t patches of nice lush green grass.  But we also have patches of dirt. And patches of weeds. And some dead grass thrown in.  Basically, our yard is a mess.  It honestly doesn’t bother me too terribly (okay, the bare dirt does bother me) but our overall motivation with our home is to prepare it to be sold.. whenever that might be.  I’m almost certain that a beautiful green lawn will bring more viewers to our home than a spotty half dead lawn.  Unless, of course, it’s winter.  

Since we’ve lived in our house we haven’t done too many things to better the lawn.  We’ve used fertilizer a time or two.  And used some weed spray once.  But with a dog and a toddler I don’t really want to use those things anymore.  We haven’t yet used new seed in our yard.  

Scotts® Snap® Spreader System seems like a useful tool for people like us.  Whether or not you have experience caring for your lawn or have spread new seed before this system takes all of the guess work out of the process.  It doesn’t make a mess, there is no measuring or pouring, you just snap, lock, and go – perfect!  :) 

Take a peek at the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System and check out Snap perks on Facebook as well.  Perks?  Yep!  “like” Scotts Facebook page and you can enter to win prizes and become a part of their community.  Find ideas and inspiration to get your yard looking beautiful this year.  

See that icky grass?  I’d love to tackle that project this year and get it looking more uniform and pretty.  :)

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