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Spray Cooking Oil on Lawn Mower Blade

When you are cutting grass and the grass is damp, try spraying a little cooking spray on the blades of the lawn mower before starting to cut the grass.. It is amazing the grass doesn't stick to the blades and clump up.

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By Kim

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July 19, 20070 found this helpful

thanks! I use it every time, I found that when I got the underside of the mower as clean and dry as I could, then used the cooking oil spray on it, now the grass buildup comes off far more easily. Sounds funny to say I now buy a can of cooking oil spray for the garage, but I do!

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