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Curbs with edger!


LawnSite Bronze Member
Vancouver, BC
Okay, I dont know if any of you guys have any suggestions but my partner and I are having a tough or difficult time using our mclane stationary edger around a residential home with curves..

we are going straight and all of a sudden when there is a curb that curves we tend to rip the whole dirt up!! We end up using a grass trimmer to cut around the curved curb!

Any of you guys have any tips or advice on how to edge using the stationary edger around a curb? How can one accomplish this method!


LawnSite Bronze Member
Stick edger. Love my shindaiwa LE260.


LawnSite Silver Member
Yep like Nest said the easiest way is a stick edger.
The Large pull or push type edgers are just too cumbersome to make a good line while following the curves, especially if they are dramatic curves.
They do work well for beds and straight side walk areas that are really overgrown.

Turf Technologies

LawnSite Senior Member
I use astick edger for everything. I worked on a gold course and they used a push Edger slow as can be. I could of edged 5 times to its 1 time.


LawnSite Gold Member
I have a push edger and it is nice for sidwalks and gentle curves but i also do a restaurant that has a few islands and sharp curves and the stick edger is the way to go, and i got a cheap stick edger 1st time and it isnt very heavy duty, take my adviced and get a heavy duty one the 1st time , good luck


LawnSite Fanatic
zone 6
I lift the edger on the front wheels on gentle curves and use the handle that my power trim has mounted on the head of the engine on tight curves. If your edger does not have one[a handle that is] you could make one real easy it is just a L shaped handle mounted with two head bolts.