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Safety Video

You’ll find useful resources on this page, tips, links to tools, parts, and supplies required to complete your repair. Mower repair is safe once you remember to follow basic good working practices. Watch the video before attempting any repairs, most are just common sense. However if you only remember one of them, remember this one:

When working on your mower engine, always remove the plug wire to prevent accidental starting.

Mechanix Gloves

Constant vibration can damage the nerves in your hands, It’s known as Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and it’s not repairable. Mowers as you know create a lot of vibration which is transmitted through your hands. I wear Mechanix gloves in the workshop when using air tools, they’re made with thermoplastic padding material that absorbs and dissipates vibration.  

3M Ear Defenders

Lawnmowers can produce over 100 dB which is more than enough to damage your ears. I like the quality of the 3M products, I’ve been using them for years. This set of ear defenders has an NRR of 24 dB (Noise Reduction Rating). The set is Bluetooth connected, so no cables to mess about with, you can seamlessly connect to your phone, listen to music, and take calls as the headset has a built-in mic. Pretty cool! Picture links to

DeWalt Eye Protection

The DeWalt glasses are made from tough polycarbonate. They’re lightweight, impact-proof, offer UV protection, and are vented to prevent fogging. For those of us that need glasses, the DeWalt can handle RX inserts. Picture links to 

3M Respirator

I love 3M products, they’re of great quality and I’m confident in their performance as I’ve been using them since forever. The silicone respirator is comfortable and durable. I use it when welding and cleaning old grass and dust from lawn mower decks and engines. I wear glasses in the workshop and anybody that wears glasses and a respirator will know the value of the 3M downward-facing vent. Fogged glasses drive me crazy!!! Picture links to