I have enough power to get through some of the wet, long St. Augustine grass here in S. Florida. But the two-blade design of my mini fastrack leaves a strip of uncut grass in the middle of the stripe. This happens because the grass gets accumulated on the sides of each deck and the grass just lays down under this film of grass and pops back up after I pass over. I have noticed that if I go slow enough, the deck doesn't ever get a chance to fill up enough to cause enough accumulation, but seriously, this makes me want to buy a cheapo one-blade mower. My brothers' oneblade 30" Snapper rider cuts great in the wet grass, just loses a couple inches on has stripe. WHo's had same problem and who has advice? If I wax the underside of the deck, will that help? I guess I could keep doing second passes but that is not excellent and I strive for excellence in my business. I am fearing that there is no remedy for this as there is no way to keep wet grass from sticking to any surface. Stupid problem.