How to Sharpen the Blade on your Lawn Mower–A Quick Fix. Helpful items include a bench vise, file.
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To sharpen your lawn mower blade, you'll need a socket or wrench to fit the blade nut. Tough nuts may call for a breaker bar and/or a penetrating lubricant. You'll also need two clamps, a block of wood and, of course, an angle grinder with a metal grinding blade. Start by disconnecting the spark plug wire (Photo 1).
Watch this video to find out how to remove, sharpen, and reinstall a lawn mower blade using a file, bench.
To sharpen a blade that's in fairly good condition, just clamp it in a vise every couple of weeks and run a metal file along the cutting edge, making sure to follow the angle of the factory bevel. (Always disconnect the spark-plug wire before taking off the blade or doing any mower maintenance.)
With long-term use, the spinning blades under your lawnmower can gradually. For sharpening lawnmower blades, ordinary bench grinders usually work well.
If you have a good bench grinder or a professional blade grinder, you can do a professional job. Remove the blade. Removing the blade can sometimes be the hardest part of the job. Sharpen the blade. Now that you have removed the blade, it's time for sharpening. Check for balance and straightness. Remount the blade.
If your lawnmower's blade has seen better days, a good sharpening and. blade back to like-new sharpness, and you have access to a bench grinder, follow .