How to Use a Leaf Blower

If you have recently purchased a new leaf blower and you are confused about its usage then here are few basic things that you should keep in your mind while using a leaf blower. It's very important to choose the right day and time because no one wants to blow leaves during rainy weather as wet leaves don't blow well. There are several things that you should keep in mind such as choosing a less windy day for blowing leaves otherwise you efforts will be wasted especially if the wind is in opposite direction. It doesn't matter whether you have an electric leaf blower or a gas-powered leaf blower; the usage of every leaf blower is almost similar despite having some major power differences. In this article, we will be sharing some useful guide and information that you should take care of before starting a leaf blower.

Starting guide

If you have an electric leaf blower then it's quite easy to start as you have to plugit or attach a battery to turn the switch on. If you own a gas-powered leaf blower then it's little bit tricky for those people who haven't used it before. You need to start your gas-powered leaf blower with a pull start or with the primer that needs to be pushed several times to start a leaf blower.

The right strategy

To use a leaf blower you need to get all the leaves into a pile before blowing them, otherwise starting from a random area will result in splitting of leaves. You need to start at medium speed until the leaves get into a pile otherwise you have to give a lot of time and efforts.

Maintain the airflow

If you have a gas-powered leaf blower then you need to strictly take care of its air flow because starting suddenly with the high speed will damage nearby plants and flowers. It's recommended to use medium airflow especially when you don't have any experience with leaf blowers.

Take short breaks

Don't try to act over smart while using a leaf blower; it's better to take 1 to 2 minutes short break after every 15 minutes. These short breaks will not only protect your leaf blower against heating problems but it will also prevent fatigue or hand numbness that can interrupt you while blowing leaves.

Conclusion:

We hope this guide has helped you with using a leaf blower for the first time. Remember, it’s a common saying that, “experience makes the man perfect".

So the more you will get involved in this process the more professionally you will blow leaves every time. If you have bought a gas-powered leaf blower for the first time then we will recommend you to read its manual carefully as it has various risks of hazards that require some safety precautions. You can also comment below without any hesitation, if you are facing any sort of problem or confusion while using a leaf blower for the first time.