A dirt shovel, also known as a spade or a digging shovel, is a tool used for digging and moving soil, sand, gravel, or other loose materials. It typically has a long handle made of wood or metal, with a flat or slightly curved blade at the end. The blade is usually made of steel and may be pointed or rounded, depending on the intended use. Dirt shovels are commonly used in gardening, construction, landscaping, and farming to prepare soil for planting, excavate foundations or trenches, and move material from one location to another.
Using a snow shovel.
Using a snow shovel can be physically demanding and even dangerous if not done correctly. Here are some steps to use a snow shovel