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Can an electric hedge trimmer Cut branches?
Hedge trimmers, whether gas, electric or battery powered, are ideal for cutting hedges and thin branches up to about 3/4 inch. Anything bigger than this could snag on the teeth of the trimmer and cause it to seize up, so it's best to use a more powerful hedge cutter or chainsaw for larger branches.
How do you cut hedge hedge trimmers?
How does hedge trimmer work?
What do you cut thick hedge branches with?
How do you cut hedges evenly?
How do you use a pole hedge trimmer?
How do I keep my hedge straight?
To maintain straight lines while trimming a hedge, you will need erect guide lines as a reference point. This is best done with strings attached to wooden stakes driven into the ground at the ends of the hedge row.
Can you cut hedges in half?
How Far Can You Cut Back A Hedge? The rule of thumb for trimming hedges is to cut back no more than a third of the total volume of the hedge at one time. This is enough to encourage new growth in the top half of the plant without causing serious damage to its overall wellbeing.
Why does my electric hedge trimmer keep cutting out?
Lack of maintenance, proper lubrication with oil, and overuse are all problems that might cause overheating inside your hedge trimmer's motor. The build-up of intense friction inside the motor can cause minor problems or even result in your hedge trimmer not starting altogether.
Why is my electric hedge trimmer smoking?
Why is your hedge trimmer smoking? It could be one of several reasons: The motor is overheating and burning internal brushes due to wear and tear or buildup or debris or dirt. Its battery connections have degraded and need to be replaced.
Can the blades on an electric hedge trimmer be replaced?
How do you trim a 12 foot hedge?