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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by General Grounds, Nov 7, 2001.
i do'nt know about you guys but i've had about all i can take of this F%^$%#@, leaf dust. T
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I like &^^%$ leaf dust.
Casey that was "F%^$%#@ leaf dust".
I dont mind the leaf dust so much because it means that we have been graced with the opportunity to work with dry leaves. I would much rather eat a liitle dust then try to cut/vac wet leaves.
That really sucks when there is a sopping wet mixture your trying to remove from clients properties and you and all your equipment are soaked thru and frozen or freezing -LOL!!!
I disagree, I just told my lawncre foeman today that I wanted to switch w/ him and fertilize just to avoid the dust. Ieven told him that I would gladly complain about 3 or4 days of wet and heavy leaves just to not have hard dried up dirt boogers at th end of the day. I'm tired of buying stock in Q-tip!!
I don't mind as much as the dust that gets in your nose and ears that what really bothers me.
Its better than snow.
But it is not nearly as profitable as snow.
I hate dust too that is why I where my oakley motocross style goggles. I need one of those anthrax headsets(mask and O2). Oops, did I say ANTHRAX. Please don't freak out and call the authorities.
what? you mean you guys don't use a dual resperator?you can pick one up at sears for about $36.00.i couldn't even imagine doing a leaf job without one.
yea, everyone has to love the leaf dust in the nose, ears , and can't forget eyes. i would have to say eyes are the best though, customers look at you like your crying but its because of the dust.