What Happens If I Put Raw Gas in a Chainsaw? Professional1 week ago - Mobile Devices - Makurdi - 13 views
When the grass is wet, it will become heavy and sticky. The blades (or lines) of your tool of choice should either be freshly sharpened or brand new. Otherwise, they will have troubles with cutting an even lawn level. There are a few situations when you can (and should) strim wet grass:
Only strim a wet lawn if the rainy weather doesn’t allow it to completely dry out. When working, frequently check if the tool is clogged. There’s a chance that your strimmer will chew up, knock over or even miss the taller wet grass blades altogether. When the ground dries out afterwards, the bent over sod will straighten up. To avoid an uneven lawn cut trim repeatedly.
Consider this: You will lose the benefit of evenly spread fresh grass mulch. Wet clippings will stick together forming clumps. These clumps, if not raked, may damage some of the grass patches by suffocating them and depriving them of sunlight.
What is the difference between a hedge trimmer and a hedge cutter?
Well-rounded gardeners should be familiar with both hedge trimmers and hedge cutters. If your space has any kind of hedge-type plant, you’ll be using one of those tools to keep them tamed and manicured. However, a lot of people are unaware of the distinction between the two.