Mulch Leaves With Your Lawnmower

Save your back, save time, and make leaf and debris cleanup much easier! Simply sharpen your lawnmower blades and then start mowing over the leaves. Don't use the bagger. You won't need it. Mulching mower or not, your mower will chop up the leaves with just a few passes and there will be virtually nothing large enough to clean up.

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The result is leaf mulch on your lawn which will disappear over the winter, is good for the soil and you don't have to clean up any leaves. This won't hurt your mower at all. Use a blower to clear your patio, driveway, and sidewalks before you start. Blow everything onto your lawn and then make it disappear.

Source: my landscaping experience

By jim from Chagrin Falls, OH

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