A Cut Above
A well-kept lawn is a source of great pride and joy for the American homeowner. Despite how much credit we like to take for our fresh-cut grass, we often don't give the tool that allows us to get the job done enough tender loving care.
It's important, if you want to get years of faithful service from your bladed, grass-eating companion, that you take such basic measures as brushing your mower with a broom after each use, removing caked grass with a gloved hand (after the mower has come to a complete stop), and once or twice a year, thoroughly cleaning the machine.
Getting "under the hood" and paying attention to your mower as you would any engine-powered machine is important. Clean or replace the air filter once or twice a year, replace the spark plug, keep the blade sharp, and empty the fuel tank at the end of the season by allowing the motor to run until the gas runs out.
Your lawn is beautiful, don't get us wrong, but there are probably basic lawnmower operation tips we've outlined in the following guide that will take your yard from looking good to looking great! You'll also get better efficiency out of your mower, and that means financial savings! By following these and other maintenance and operation tips, your mower will run in tip-top shape for years to come. Your lawn will thank you for it!
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