Tips to Use a String Trimmer Properly
- To cut grass along obstacles, hold the trimmer head perfectly level to cut grass flat and evenly.
- To cut grass along the edge of a flower bed, rotate the trimmer vertically.
- Do not use string trimmers to cut grass against tree trunks. The monofilament line will cut into the bark, which could potentially kill the tree.
- When the rope breaks or wears out, run the mower at full speed and gently bang its head against the ground to extend the new line.
- To install a new cutting line, first remove the spool from the trimmer head. Then cut a piece of new string 8 feet long.
- Thread one end of the rope through the hole in the spool. Pull the ends of the rope even.
- Wind the string around the spool in the direction of the arrow engraved on the spool.
- Secure the ends of the rope in the notches on the edge of the spool.
- Reattach the spool to the trimmer, making sure to thread the ends of the rope through the holes in the spinning head.
- Pull each string to release it from the notches.
- For a self-winding head, pass the length of rope through the spool, then rotate the head to wind the rope onto the spool.
- Gasoline string trimmers come with straight or curved shafts.
- Electric string trimmers are quiet, but limited by the length of the extension cord.
- Battery powered string trimmers are lightweight, quiet, and can cut anywhere, but they don't have the power of a gasoline edger.
- Propane string trimmers burn cleaner and run quieter than gasoline models, but are just as powerful.
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