We sell replacement blades for all the lawn mowers we stock (and some for mowers which we don’t), so if you can’t find the product you’re looking for, please get in touch with our spare parts department as we may be able to help.
Changing a lawn mower blade is a really common maintenance task that you’ll almost certainly have to do at some point in the life time of your petrol mower. If the blade becomes cracked, damaged or bent, then it’s important that the blade is replaced straight away. We advice our customers to check over their blade before every use (or after you’ve cut, when you’re clearing clippings away from the deck). If you spot anything amiss, it’s time to replace your cutter blade.
Changing a lawn mower blade is a easy job, but if you’re not careful and you don’t know what you’re doing, then it can also be quite dangerous. Lawn mowers aren’t toys, and whether you’ve a petrol, battery or electric model, you will need to be sensible when changing blades; we don’t want anyone losing any fingers. This short video is designed to explain how best to change your lawn mower blade to give you a cleaner cut, whilst keeping those hands safe.