How to dispose of landscaping rocks

Let’s be honest, rocks are some of the best options when it comes to landscaping. But like any other landscaping product, a time comes when you have to get rid of them. Sometimes, it’s simply because you don’t like landscape rocks; or you have extra rocks from the previous gardening; or because the ones you

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How to store baby carrots

Forget the name. Baby carrots are just the usual carrots cut down to small sizes. Just like their natural counterparts, they can be stored for future use, albeit without messing their integrity. Here is how you do it. The most obvious way to increase the longevity of your carrots is by maintaining them in their

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How to change oil in a snowblower

A snowblower needs oil for lubrication just like any other piece of machinery. Typically, you should change the oil in a snow blower after the first few hours of use to remove the initial oil and consequently after every 50 hours of use. Even if you do not use it for the whole 50 hours,

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How to cut tall grass with a reel mower

No matter how sophisticated electric lawn mowers have become, the old-fashioned Reel lawn mower has managed to stand the test of time and maintain its popularity. Reel mowers have a number of benefits compared to the gas powered mowers. They tend to cut grass evenly as the reeling blade cuts in a scissor-like a manner

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How to fit guttering to a shed

Gutters offer the ultimate source of recycled water and preserve the integrity of your roofing. Installing gutters in your shed is a relatively easy process with proper guideline. Guttering depends on whether your shed has a fascia board or not. Normally the guttering is just below the roofing where it finishes. Get the shed’s gradient

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How long do lawn mower blades last

High-quality lawn mower blades can last up to 400 hours, but on overage, lawn mower blades last for 100 to 200 hours depending on the level of care and maintenance. How long do riding lawn mower blades last? For your blades to last longer, you need to sharpen them after every 20-25 hours of use.

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