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|HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST THE LAWNMOWER:BY MAUD||Published: 03/04/09|
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Jennifer Faddis, a writer for the News Bureau in Missouri, states,"Each year, more than 75,000 Americans are injured in lawn mowing accidents, and 10,000 of them are children."
If you are fortunate enough to own a home with a yard, you probably know how much work it takes to keep your lawn healthy and attractive. You must water it to keep it green and growing during dryer seasons, and you also have to mow it on a regular basis so it doesn't get overgrown and unkempt-looking. If it's been rainy, you'll have to mow it even more than normal.Clear Lawn Of Rocks,Twigs, and Toys
No matter what style of lawnmower you use, you should take the time to clear your lawn of any rocks, twigs, toys, and other large or heavy things that may be on it. These items can get thrown off by your mower as you are cutting your grass, potentially causing harm to nearby people or animals or damaging your home. Depending on how your mower operates, lawn debris may also jam the motor or break other parts of the mower itself, causing you to have to get it fixed or possibly even replace the mower. The small amount of time it takes to clear your yard is certainly worth it to prevent expensive repairs to your home or lawnmower.Use Eye Protection
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