Cleaning tips for your brush cutter

Your petrol brush cutter will get dirty with each use. You have to keep it clean regularly so that it’s running at peak performance for as long as possible. The following are steps on how to clean your petrol brush cutter properly.

First, ensure that the machine is turned off during the entire procedure. Then place it on a flat workspace.
Using a clean damp cloth or sponge, wipe down the dirt on the casing making sure you are very careful when you get to the switch and engine.
To remove the dirt and debris stuck in the ventilation holes, grab a brush with soft bristles then brush away all the stuff blocking the slots. This will prevent the engine from overheating as it ensures the engine is cooled during use. Using a vacuum cleaner will work just as well.

This time use a brush with hard bristles to clean all the bits of grass, dirt and debris under the protective cover and line feed area.
Go to a hardware store or an online garden machinery retailer to purchase replacement parts if there’s a need to change anything.
That’s all there is to it. It’s very easy and can be done in a few minutes — yet there’s a lot to benefit. So clean your petrol brush cutter regularly, and see how much difference it makes.

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