Over the years we've tried many different rakes and brooms in our attempts to clear up the debris left around the firing site after a display. In most cases it all ends up as a hands-and-knees job as we crawl across the site gathering gash by hand. Hard and soft sites have different requirements and things change depending on the time of year but we've never really found any good brand of rake/broom that generally work well on either type of site and are robust enough for more than a couple of uses. We know that metal or wooden handles are essential; plastic handles don't last. Metal garden rakes are pretty much beyond useless anywhere where the grass is more than just a few centimetres high. Plastic tines have a tendency to break off if used with determination and there are such huge gaps between the tines on some models that all we end up doing is giving the site a nice comb-over whilst leaving all the disks and paper debris behind. Does anyone have any rake/broom recommendations?