- Mowing Blade Sharpener
These steps vary from mower to mower, so please ignore any procedures that don't apply to your machine.
1) Engage the arresting gear
2) Place a wedge to prevent the blade from turning, rotating, or shifting.
3) Disconnect the battery
4) Remove the key.
5) When there's no chance for the blade to turn, you can stick your hand into the working and detach the mowing components for sharpening. How often should I sharpen my blades? Once a year is usually often enough. When you sharpen blades, it's also a good time to lubricate any ball bearings and tighten screws, nuts, and bolts that may have worked loose. After sharpening, putting a light coat of oil on the blade can prevent rust and other corrosion from setting in.
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