Mowing the lawn: how to use power grass trimmer
If your goal is to create the perfect lawn in your own garden, then you should mow the lawn. A lawnmower is at least as important as your lawnmower. Lawnmowers usually cannot reach walls, fences and beds, and lawn edges and parts of lawn under bushes. But this is far from the case with (battery) lawn trimmers. These are flexible and can reach every blade of grass. In this blog post, we have collected some tips on how to use a lawnmower.
What is power grass trimmer?
There are various types of trimmers available. The biggest difference between them is the power supply, which is equipped with a gasoline engine, battery, and cable connection equipment. Each type has its own advantages. Which tool you can use to trim the grass in the garden depends on how big the area is. Due to the good combination of power, durability, and low noise level, we recommend using battery-powered lawn trimmers at home.
Except for the motor-driven rotor, all three models have the same structure, with a rotating cutting tool installed on the rotor. Depending on the manufacturer or model, the trimmer is equipped with metal blades, plastic blades, or threads on the spool.
Lawn trimmers used in your garden in your home are usually equipped with plastic blades or spools. Metal blades are usually only found on brush cutters and can also be used to trim bushes and shrubs. Blades and threads usually provide good cutting results, but they operate in different ways. The blade can be used immediately but must be re-sharpened or replaced periodically. The thread will not become dull but will wear out, which means it will become shorter over time. Then the new piece must be unwound from the spool again. This is done semi-automatically by tapping the spool on the ground, or especially for more expensive models-fully automatic.