Well, I guess this seems like a dumb question, but I don't have a ton of experience, and I am at the end of my rope. One of my accounts (a business in an industrial park) has grass that grows incredibly fast and thick. They have a comercial company come out and fertalize and treat the lawn (True-Green or whatever). In one week the lawn had doubled in length. I have an older Toro 52" w/b and normally it does a good job, but the last two times, I triple cut it and it still looked like a stinking hay field when I was done. So far, the customer has not complained, but I am not happy with it when I am done. There are a lot of larger lawn companies doing businesses in the area that look a lot more like they know what they are doing. I feel that I am just adding to the image of me being a scrub by leaving this place looking the way it does. I am already spending more time here than what I had figured on, Do I just keep cross cutting until the clippings get chopped small enough? Or, do I spend another 1/2 hour blowing the clippings off, and then what do I do with them? Should I try using some mulching blades? Will they cut the grass into smaller, less noticable pieces? This is one of only half a dozen accounts, and it's the only one I am having this trouble with. Any suggestions would be apreciated.