Your lawn mower blade is dull. Sharpen the blade twice each season to help maintain a green, healthy lawn. A sharp blade not only cuts blades clean so grass plants recover quickly, it helps reduce your lawn mowing time.
How to Use Cooking Spray to Solve Non-Cooking Problems
To mow after a rain and still keep wet grass from sticking to your lawn mower’s blades: Before mowing, simply spray the blades with vegetable oil or nonstick cooking spray, and the grass won’t stick! (Hold on, let me go crisco the lawnmower).
Lawn mowing can be a joy or a chore depending on the condition of your lawn mower. Here are five basic tasks—fresh gas, oil change, new spark plug, replace air filter, sharpened blade—to keep your lawn mower running smoothly.
Yet another simple idea that I either never thought of or had forgotten (same end result) : pinner said: If you clamp them to a carpenters square you not only get a true 90 degree angle you leave your hands free to drill the screw into place.