Cleaning a lawn mower carburetor is a great summertime DIY project, and it helps to extend the life of your lawn mower. Here’s how you can do it each year.
For your fuel-powered mower, here are four items you need to make sure are on your regular lawn mower maintenance checklist.
So you forgot to pull the battery last fall and now your lawn mower is out of commission. Even if you are meticulous about winterizing your gardening equipment, the batteries only last so long. You can stretch the useful life of your battery with these six lawn mower battery tips…
There’s no two ways about it; oil really is the lifeblood of your engine. Here’s how to make your next lawn mower oil change a breeze.
Lawn mower tires are an important safety item that should be inspected twice a year.
Oil has been in the ground for millions of years, so what’s a few more in a lawn mower? Indeed, one wonders if a lawn mower oil change is needed, and how?
If your lawn mower won’t start, we’ve got you covered with these troubleshooting tips.
After a long, cold winter, the air warms up, the rain starts to fall, and with it comes the greenery. Eventually, you have to drag that mower out of the garage and put it to work. Unless you did the proper winterizing, then you will likely have some work to do getting it up and running…
Proper fall lawn care can make a huge difference to your post-winter lawn.
Nicked and dull lawn mower blades make an already dreaded task even hard to accomplish. Instead of slicing through the grass, a dull blade rips the grass. This slows down … Continue Reading Know-How Notes – How to Sharpen a Lawn Mower Blade