It is the raining season of the year and mostly, grasses grow well and fast in this kind of weather. You notice them destroying the beauty of your lawn and you desperately want to cut them off. Hesitations and doubts may fill your mind, of whether it is okay or not to use your corded lawn mower in cutting the wet grass. There are few arguments or statements regarding this since they said regardless of the lawn mower used, it is not advisable to mow a wet lawn.
They say that when you mow a wet lawn, the grass is torn rather than cut and can cause some fungus problem in the grass. Other than that, there has been an issue on safety since; electricity and water are not the best tandem in the world, so they strongly advise for you to wait for your grasses to dry before you proceed to mowing. But if you really have the urgent and important need to trim those grasses with your corded lawn mower, you just have to follow diligently the guidelines. I will share with you so you can have a safe mowing on your wet grass.
Safety Cutting Techniques
You finally decided to trim your grasses in this wet season with precautions in mind. Decide as to where you want to start your mowing first, and then place the lawn mower to this area. Check the grasses that you want to clip and make the necessary adjustments to the handle. Run the cord round to safety stop and connect the cord to the mower.
After making sure of the connection, plug the other end to the outlet. Be certain that the cord is not lying needlessly on the ground. So everything is already set, stand behind of the mower and start it by giving the handle a gentle squeeze. Slowly let go of your squeeze in the handle if you want to put the machine to a halt.