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No More Stale Fuel! No more Stale Fuel! Motomix by STIHL STIHL MotoMix is an optimised 1:50 premixed fuel for all STIHL engines. The patented fuel formula and mixed premium engine oil STIHL HP Ultra help to ensure maximum performance and offer a consistent level of wear protection. In addition to ease of handling and environmental benefits, three key aspects are at the centre of STIHL fuels - people, machines and the environment.
Keep Blades Sharp Keep Blades Sharp! A sharp blade not only cuts blades clean so grass plants recover quickly, it helps reduce your lawn mowing time. Your lawn mower blade is dull. Sharpen the blade twice each season to help maintain a green, healthy lawn. A sharp blade not only cuts blades clean so grass plants recover quickly, it helps reduce your lawn mowing time.
Remember to check on Oil! Remember to check Oil! When you pour fresh oil into the crankcase, it's a golden or amber color. Gradually, the heat, dirt particles and agitated air in the crankcase cause the oil to darken. Dark oil is not only dirty; it has also lost much of its ability to coat and protect engine components.
Sharp Chain goes a long way! Sharp Chain goes a long way! A chain saw’s nasty-looking cutters can scare you into thinking you can't sharpen the saw yourself. But in about 10 minutes, with the help of a couple of inexpensive files and guides, you can transform your slow-cutting chain saw into a firewood-cutting ninja. You can sharpen the chain right on the saw and right by the wood you're cutting. Do it often, and you'll get years of sharp cutting life from your chain.
Spark Plugs Signs of bad Spark Plug on Lawnmower The picture shows two spark plugs, one that is brand new and one that is obviously used. The used one is not necessarily bad, however the easiest approach is to just replace it with a new one of the proper specification as outlined in your owner’s manual.
How to Take Proper Care of Your Climbing Rope How to Take Proper Care of Your Climbing Rope Here's how to clean a climbing rope: 1. Wash the rope by hand in your bathtub or a large bucket. ... 2. Use warm water and mild soap (not detergent). 3. Place the rope in a mesh bag to reduce kinks. 4. Thoroughly swish the rope around, then drain the dirty water. 5. Repeat until the water runs clean.
Benefits of Raking your Lawn Benefits of Raking your Lawn When to Rake or Scarify. Raking or scarifying your lawn, whether it be for thatch or moss, is in the long term an extremely beneficial procedure but in the short term it can make a right old mess of it. ... You may also cause damage to your otherwise healthy grass plants thereby worsening the problem.
Increase Life and Efficiency by Using Genuine Parts Increase Life and Efficiency by Using Genuine Parts There are no substitutes when it comes to keeping engine powered equipment healthy. To maximize engine life, meet original equipment spec's and provide full warranty coverage, always use genuine parts from your machine.

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This straightforward approach continues to define our success and is why Gayways Ltd is recognized as London’s best value Groundcare & Forestry Equipment Specialist company. We’re also fast becoming one of the UK’s major online stores!

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