Look, caring for your lawn care equipment is a great way to prolong the life of your riding lawn mower. But what steps should you take to ensure you get the most out of your lawn mower? Well, this infographic shows you 8 steps you should take to keep your equipment in tip-top shape. That way you can get more cuts of the lawn out of your hard-earned investment.
Here are 8 maintenance steps you should perform regularly on your lawn mower to extend its life. 1. Keep it clean, 2. Replace the fuel or use a fuel stabilizer, 3. Replace your oil and oil filter, 4. Clean out or replace air filter, 5. Change your spark plugs, 6. Check the tires, 7. Sharpen and balance your blades, 8. Create a maintenance schedule.
Looking to save a few bucks and use an aftermarket oil or air filter? Well, the simple answer is yes, you can use an off-brand oil or air filter on your lawn mower if you want. It is unlikely that it will harm your engine's life or performance. The most important thing is to replace them regularly.
Look, your best bet is to follow the instructions in the owner's manual. However, for most homeowners, you can perform most maintenance takes once a year. Winter is a great time to look your mower over and perform all the necessary maintenance. One of the biggest things you can do throughout the year to keep your mower up and running is to keep caked-on grass from the mower deck. This will prevent rust and deck rot, which is one of the leading causes of lawn mowers no longer benign functional.
At the end of the day, using these 8 lawn maintenance steps can keep your equipment up and running longer. Allowing you to get the most out of your lawn mower and equipment year after year. This infographic was created by Sears. Be sure to check out our lawn care pro blog for more great lawn care and lawn mower maintenance tips.
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