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    How to Put a Hose on a Hose Reel: The Basic Tips

    By Green Living

    A durable and high-quality garden hose is not cheap, so it is best to take good care and to protect your investment. This is usually done by coiling the hose neatly to a hose reel to prevent kinking, abrasions, and possible cracking. As such, you must learn how to put a hose on a hose reel. […]

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      How to Adjust Sprinkler Heads: A Quick Guide

      By Green Living

      If you have a backyard or lawn, you must have at some point considered getting a sprinkler system to take care of your watering needs. Perhaps, you might have even gone ahead and bought one. Alternatively, you might be sitting on the fence due to the lack of information on sprinklers, especially on how to […]

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        How to Hoe a Garden: Essential Gardening Skills

        By Green Living

        The first step on how to hoe a garden is having the appropriate tool. A durable, sharp hoe helps you accomplish this task easily. It has a sharp blade angled at the handle for the user to manage conveniently. It can also control the weeds in the garden, flowerbeds, and farms. There are various kinds […]

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          How to Use a Soaker Hose in a Vegetable Garden?

          By Green Living

          Tired of watering your vegetable garden using a conventional hose? It’s time to upgrade your irrigation system by using a soaker hose then! A soaker hose contains pore on it, which simply allows water to seep through the hose. Most of the time, though, people wonder how to use a soaker hose in a vegetable […]

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            How to Increase Water Pressure in Garden Hose?

            By Green Living

            Gardening is one of those healthy hobbies that can connect you to nature in this increasingly materialistic world. It makes you feel active and fresh as well as keeps you in tune with nature. However, there are several basics that you should consider while working in the garden. One of them is learning how to […]

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              4 Underrated Safety Tips for Using a Weed Whacker

              By Green Living

              While some weed whacker safety measures may be obvious, such as wearing close-toed shoes while cutting the grass, there are many safety precautions that people do not pay enough attention to. These high-powered slicing machines can cause some serious injuries when not used properly. The last thing anyone wants to do is end up in […]

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                How to Use a Trowel Correctly: A Guide to Effective Gardening

                By Green Living

                Gardening can be a calming, rewarding hobby, given of course, that you’ve planned properly, you have the right tools, and you know how to use a trowel without putting your hand out of commission for a few days. Arguably, the fun part about gardening is planning things out. Even if all you want to do […]

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                  How to Measure Hand for Gloves that Fit Right?

                  By Green Living

                  Gardening gloves are one of the most indispensable tools to have around if you love planting. And among the most important considerations when shopping for one is the fit, because gloves that are too loose can be distracting and those that are too tight can be restrictive. What is the right fit? Well, in this […]

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                    How to Sharpen Pruning Shears in the Most Effective Way

                    By Green Living

                    Pruning shears are a special pair of scissors that are used to cut plants, making it a must-have tool for every gardener. They are designed to be durable enough to cut stems and branches that are up to two centimeters thick. Then again, there are times that they also become dull. Hence, many wonder how […]

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                      How to Aerate Lawns: The Secret to a Healthy-Looking Yard

                      By Green Living

                      Everyone who owns a lawn long for one that is a beauty and a cause of envy to the entire neighborhood. However, achieving one requires hard work and perseverance. It involves learning how to aerate lawns, fertilize, water, and mow. Do you think you’re up for this very arduous task? Don’t worry; we’ve got you […]

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                        How to Use a String Trimmer: The Easiest Way to Do It

                        By Green Living

                        Wondering how to use a string hammer? You also probably want to know how not to break the line. If you are planning on getting a string trimmer or edger, then these are just some of the basic things that you need to learn beforehand. Although it might look like a pretty straightforward piece of […]

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                          How to Edge a Lawn Like a Pro

                          By Green Living

                          Do you know what makes a lawn truly beautiful? While you might think that mowing it would do the trick, the truth is that doing so without edging won’t be enough. Edging a lawn is not that heard, and it helps keep the weeds off your garden, driveway, and sidewalk. Unfortunately, most people do not […]

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                            Best Gas Powered Weed Eater

                            By Green Living

                            When your lawn is overgrown, you will need to trim it. In the present difficult economic situation, it makes a lot of sense to put on your gloves and do it yourself. How may you ask? Well, to begin with, get yourself a trimmer. And then trim the lawn and get down with it. But […]

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                              How To Start A Weed Eater

                              By Green Living

                              As your weed eater gets old, you may have realized that at times it coughs before starting. At other times your weed eater may completely fail to start or start only after many attempts. There are many reasons as to why a weed eater may fail to start and this could be due to either […]

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