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  • WeedErase Electric Weed Killer
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WeedErase Electric Weed Killer (Corded)

$139.99 $127.99
(You save $12.00)
6.50 LBS

Product Description



Grow the plants you want and kill the weeds you want to get rid of easily with the WeedErase Electric Weed Killer! It almost literally zaps them away starting from the root up! When you apply our recipe of light into the weed's root, root crown, and leaves, you set off a chain of events that eliminates the weed.

How does it work?  It's simple really. The WeedErase weed killer uses IR light which creates heat that cuts off the water supply from the root. While the UV light penetrates the ground to disrupt the root functions. Nature Zap can never be over applied, and is safe for use around home lawn and gardens.

Time interval for the LED IR Light. For small weeds (between 2-3 leaves) press the button once and the light will stay on for 3 seconds. For larger weeds (3 or more leaves) press the button twice and the light will remain on for 9 seconds. This will correspond to 1 button press for 3 seconds and 2 button presses for 9 seconds. If you press and hold the button down you’ll end up shutting off the unit after 5 seconds. 

The WeedErase has an auto-off feature, after 10 minutes of nod button presses, the unit will power itself off.

 So Basically... All you do is place the WeedeErase over the weed you want to get rid of, push the button and let the IR light kill your weeds. 

It works on any weed in your mulch bed and for spot treatment of weeds in your lawn, the WeedErase is effective on broadleaf weeds only.

And don't worry about setting anything on fire. This zapper doesn't get hot enough to catch any of your mulch, pine straw or other yard materials on fire or even overheat itself. Do take caution though, the heating component should never come in contact with bare skin or clothes.

Electric Weed Zapper Benefits:

  • No harmful chemicals for you or your soil to be around
  • Targets specific weeds without harming surrounding plants
  • Auto-off switch
  • Reach adjustment allows to easily change the height of the WeedErase
  • Light-weight for easy carrying
  • Temperature-limiting ceramic stone heating element that eliminates overheating
  • Produces very little current

WeedErase Electric Weed Killer Features:

  • 3-pronged cord that attaches to outdoor extension cord that you provide
  • 18-gauge tube for strength and long life
  • Weighs 5 pounds
  • No more bending over in your garden to rip weeds out! Just zap 'em!

The WeedErase works great on the following weeds:


NatureZap DE Electric Weed Killer (Corded)


Product Reviews

  1. Seeing is beliving!

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Oct 2016

    I originally was going to buy a "propane torch" but decided to try the NatureZap DE Electric Weed Killer (Corded) model based on reviews. And being an engineer I understood the IR/UV function. I chose the corded model as I did not want to deal with batteries. For years I have been using liquid week killers (very expensive) plus I did not like using chemicals that could harm the environment. My wife who was very skeptical said that she did not believe that the device would work and she would only believe it with her own eyes. So I used it on half of the driveway pavers and to mine and especially her amazement, the weeds were dead or almost dead the next day. If I had used a liquid weed killer, as in the past, it usually takes 3-4 days to see any results. So this was truly amazing. I used the NaterZap in my mulched plant beds and it worked as advertised. I chose the driveway pavers as the weeds grow between the cracks and I wanted to see if the NaterZap could kill the weeds in these cracks... and a resounding YES! I would recommend this for anyone wanting to control weeds and living in South Florida weeds are a year round battle. My only negative is that it takes longer to kill the weeds versus spraying with a liquid weed killer, but the results and cost savings make it worth it.

  2. Great help for weeding landscape beds!

    Posted by David on 16th May 2016

    What I like about this is that I can weed without all the bending and squatting and pulling with gloves! It works well on several kinds of weeds I get in the beds and around the landscape rocks and have been seeing some really good kill rates and the stuff it controls. Seems like a perfect thing for an urban yard like mine.