The first thing you should do before you start using your lawn mower is read the operators manual that comes with it and follow the guidelines. Many people skip this part out when it is one of the most important. Do not assume that all lawn mowers are similar because they are not. They all have different safety features and requirements. Just because you have used one lawn mower before does not mean the next one you buy will be exactly the same. You must take time to learn about your mower before use in order to keep yourself safe. It is essential.
A lawn mower is a type of machine that has rotating blades. The blades are sharpened and cut grass or weeds into a uniform height. Over the years there have been many types of lawn mowers invented so that people have a choice when it comes to mowing their lawns. Every Robotic lawn mower mower has an axis that turns the blades. If it is a vertical axis then it is considered a rotary mower. If it has a horizontal axis then it is known as a cylinder or reel mower.
Replacing spark plugs and air filters before the first spring use is an inexpensive way to properly maintain and protect your lawn mower. Do this every year to extend the life of your mower. Replace paper filters, and thoroughly wash and air dry foam filters. Don’t forget to change the fuel filter as well.
The easiest way to mulch your grass is by purchasing a mulching Robot lawnmower. As you mow, the grass clippings are dispersed evenly over the lawn. There are several benefits to mulching your grass clippings.
Catcher or thatcher?: If you want to catch the clippings of your lawn choose one with a rear mounting catching. If not, then consider a thatcher mower. It cuts the grass into small pieces and then blows them down into the lawn for a fertile covering.
After all the old oil has been poured out, screw the plug back on. Do not overtighten. If your machine has an oil filter, make sure to replace it and to clean the gasket that comes with it. After all these, it’s time to fill in the tank with the new oil. Replace the cap and the dipstick then. The last task for this step is to fill the mower with gas, reconnect the spark plug, start the mower and then check for oil leaks.
After the last step, you’re all done! It’s just simple, isn’t it? Dirty, yes. Tiring, yes. But doable. And you’ll only be doing it once a year. You can at least do that once a year for the benefits the lawn mower gives to Boise lawn care.