This is is what one season of edging does to a blade. I usually edge once every other mow.
A new blade will keep your edges looking fresh and will make the job a bit easier.
I need to edge my front yard. My landlord wants to get an appraisal soon to refinance. Thing is, I don't wanna buy an edger, and my string trimmer ain't cutting it. I need something with a blade.
I can come pick it up. I'll only need it for a day or two, and I'm willing to offer up a loaf of bread, tray of brownies, batch of cookies, whatever you please (that I can reasonably make in my kitchen) as tribute.
I may have narrowed it down to two, the Ryobi 18V (one 4Ah battery) P2080 and the Worx 40V (two 20V 2Ah battery)WG184. Or if anyone has any other suggestions!
Bought the ryobi one for a 40V carbon fiber string trimmer, first use it shot a rock and put a hole through the guard on top. Planning on returning it obviously, but wondering if I should give it another shot vs buying the M18 quik lok trimmer and edger attachment combination (has metal alloy guard) since they’re the same price right now from HD on sale. Not particularly tied to either battery ecosystem at the moment.
Hello everyone! I recently bought my first house and was gifted some lawn equipment but I’m not a fan of the cheap electric trimmer… Any recommendations on a trimmer/edger pair? My plot plan says the total sod is 579 SQ FT. I’ve used gas in the past and not afraid to go that route again but I know the house I grew up in, had a very large culdesac backyard with the thickest St Augustine known to man. My current house still has St Augustine, as I’m in Houston, TX. Thanks!! 😎
I just had to let y’all know that a small power washer is way easier to move large drifts of leaves, then direct pressure on a huge pile of dried leaves crunches the batch into nothing. I edged the lawn at the same time I washed the bricks! Single weeds got blasted into discrete holes, aerating the lawn! It was amazing. I’m a small person and doing a huge lawn was a job I had to divide up into days to rake and bag and blow. I got all the leaves collected and shredded in a day, plus edging, rinsing pollen and leaves off plants, and fluffing my pine straw mulch. I don’t think I need more than a mower, hedge clippers, and a power washer to handle it all and I wanted to pass it along. It’s hard on the hands, but much more effective than a blower.
Anyone know why Makita hasn't released an edger for their brushless couple shaft power head unit? They already have an attachment for their gas engine model but have omitted it from their electric line
I’ve seen a few different designs and the problem I can see immediately is...
Getting paint on the wheels that roll along the other surface because there is No oblivious way to apply paint to the pad without brushing the paint on.
Are any of these products worth attempting to use?
What edger is recommended as far as not so heavy but really good power. I bought an EGO edger and it didn't work so well for me. My edges are overgrown on the sides and with claylike soil. I noticed right away it wasn't strong enough to cut through! Please help it can be gas. I went with electric to reduce carbon footprint and weight but like I said I may have to stick with gas on this one for my needs.
I have about ten cement edgers I pulled out from along my driveway. They are getting replaced with wood to match the other side but honestly don’t like them as any kind of garden border. Any other ideas for how to use them or should I try to give them away or bring to the dump?
They’re very dirty but I do have a pressure washer :)
So I'm thinking I will get some paver sand because this all started when I wanted to stop the pavers sinking due to improper installation. While I have them dug up though I was looking at options to stop weeds from growing on the outer edge of the sidewalk. Any ideas? Dirt collects there from wind and weeds get in. this is what I'm talking about