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  1. #16
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    I use a dish drying pad.
    Cushions my knees and keeps them dry somewhat.

  2. #17
    Mar 2012
    Lancaster County, PA
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    I had thought about getting knee pads sewn inside a pair of pants to see how that would work out. The idea seems like it would work. I'm 40 and my knees hold up well, but I noticed 3-4 days out in a row, they do start to feel it.

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    Jul 2013
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    Just go to ace hardware and get the ones with GREY colored front creased pads that FLEX at the knee and are longer past the middle of your knee and fasten with 3 holed stretch straps top and bottom of knee pad, I have had mine for almost 10 years. ONLY use them for detecting SUPER easy to clean soft sponge on our OLD knees going up and down. THE 3 holes are for how tight you want them around the back of knee. THEY are the best for hard anything under your knee!!!!!! HH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringtyer View Post
    I have a garden kneeling pad that I have tied to my digging belt. I have a carabiner on the belt that I clip the pad to when I'm walking. It does a good job without binding on my legs or constantly slipping down.

    I have something similar to this. I cut the handle part off to small/square it up, burned a hole through a corner about 1.5 inches in from either side, used plastic tubing to make a tied LOOP through the new hole, and simply hang it over my screwdriver/pinpointer. I don't care for knee pads either. I hit a target, I unhook it, drop it on the ground and dig.... Click image for larger version. 

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