Grass Hog?

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The Grass Hog is the name of the popular weed eater made by Black and Decker. The Grass Hog can also be used as a trimmer and edger and comes in both corded and cordless options. The cordless version of the Grass Hog uses batteries instead of gas, which makes it more convenient overall. The Grass Hog uses a string cutting mechanism that can easily be replaced after extended use. The weed eater is available at most home improvement stores.
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The Black and Decker Grass Hog is an edger and trimmer or more commonly known as a 'weed whacker.' The tool is relatively cheap to buy at around $50 from most ...
1. Unplug the Black & Decker Grass Hog from the power cord. Place the trimmer on a flat surface with the spool pointing toward you. 2. Press the two tabs ...
1. Unplug the Black & Decker Grass Hog from the power cord. Place the trimmer on a flat surface with the spool pointing toward you. 2. Press the two tabs ...
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