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Category: Damaged Grass

Preparing Your Mower for Winter Storage

November 12, 2015 by Kirsten Johnson

Once the mowing stops you should tune it up and sharpen the blade so that its at peak performance for the Spring. A sharp blade and a smooth running engine will actually make your grass healthier and greenerMowing with a sharp blade will help your lawn look better! Take the time to prepare your mower for a long winter hibernation Follow the steps below each fall or Contact Good Nature,if you are in our service area, to have us pickup your mower, give it the TLC described below and then return it to you in the spring. Step 1: Drain The Gasoline All the ethanol in our gasoline attracts condensation and causes your gasoline to become mixed with water when it sits for along time (like over the winter). The Ethanol in your gasoline is also corrosive and can damage the carburetor. To keep your lawn mower in good shape over the winter, you need to drain the gas. Note: Weve found that fuel stabilizers do NOT work at preserving fuel over the winter. In many cases, they can make the situation

Posted in Winter, Storage, Damaged Grass
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