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  • PRO

    Stick a fork in the ground, hang the grassbox over it and wash from the outside in. Cheers Jim

    • PRO

      Yes, wash from outside in.

       

    • thanks Jim,was going to ask missus to hold the box while i blasted it,didnt seem too keen!!,thanks for your tip,probably  the best option.

       

    • Damn, why didnt I think of that, I was getting used to getting splashback etc ;)

      Brilliant, thanks.

      Now I should only get wet when I hit the mower deck at the wrong angle.

       

  • PRO

    I do the same as Jim, fork in ground and and hang it from that.

    • thanks Dave

  • PRO

    ive just got in from doing mine. I just hold grass box with my left hand and blast with the right hand. I dont get soaked. I do however get a soaking when blasting underneath the mower

    • PRO

      'The long arm of Paul' :)

      • PRO

        Just call me Bubbles (after the chimp .... not the Little Britain character lol)

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