Tips & Tricks On Using the Leaf Burrito®
 
Start with it opened and flat and load it with yard debris.  Next roll in the long edges to zip the main belly zipper, zip the two short zippers that are by the patch, then stand it up and squash the heck out of it to make more and more room as needed. The industrial-grade mesh can handle a ridiculous amount of compacting even with sticks that will not poke through.  Combine this with any shredder product and you can likely get over 20 bags worth of leaves into a single burrito!
 
Basic Instructions:
 
1. LAY IT FLAT
2. LOAD IT UP
3. BURRITO IT UP
4. ZIP ONE OR BOTH ENDS
5. DRAG OR CARRY IT TO THE CURB

 
If you still have more leaves, no worries because you can really stuff this tough mesh!  
 
Composting Container
The Leaf Burrito® is the perfect composting container because it is breathable, drains, can be hosed down while closed, easy to roll & mix, easy to move & carry, and holds a large amount of compost!  Plus, it just looks cool!
 
Connect Multiple Burritos
You can connect two burritos together to create one long burrito by zipping one side of the belly zipper to another side of the belly zipper on the second burrito.  This creates one long draggable tarp which is perfect for doing long rows of hedges.  Unzip the two burritos when you are finished.
 
Use It As A Trailer/Truck Bed Cover
If you have a very large load on your trailer, for example, you can use the burrito as a cover and simply tie down the edges using the grommets.  Again, you can zip two or three burritos together via the belly zippers to create one large mesh cover.  Since they are 7.33' wide, two would create a 14' long cover, and three would create a 21' long cover.  Simply use tie downs or bungee cords on our existing handles.
 
Carry or Store Your Stuff
The Leaf Burrito® can also be used to transport bulky items such as drainage parts, irrigation parts, plants, soil, pine straw, hay, mulch, gravel, pea gravel, rocks, flowers, etc.
 
Make A Handle
Use your rake between the two end straps to create a convenient handle for dragging the burrito.
 
Draggable Tractor Bag Train
Tie a partially zipped burrito behind your riding mower to catch clippings, leaves or even trash.  The burrito can easily be dragged over grass, but NOT over concrete or rough gravel or rough dirt.  You can even drag multiple burritos simply by putting a tree branch, stick or rake handle through the handles to link them together.

In memory of Kathy Shiver (Mint Hill, NC) who was a key person in the development and manufacturing of the original Leaf Burrito®.  We'll miss you greatly Kathy!