Spring is gathering pace and the grass is starting to grow. Soon the mowing season will be upon us and it will be time to get your scythe into action, if it hasn’t already been hard at work clearing brambles and weeds all winter.
On Tuesday 14th April will we be holding our first Peening Workshop of the season, the perfect opportunity to get your scythe blade into good mowing order.
This is a day long workshop to help you really get to grips with the art of sharpening and peening your blade. Knowing how to get your blade really sharp can make a lot of difference to the ease and quality of your mowing.
Whether you want support to peen your blade for the first time or want to take your existing peening skills on to a higher level, you will notice the results in your mowing.
And what about all those dangs and nicks that your blade edge may be accumulating? Phil can show you how to repair those during the workshop too.
Subject covered will include setting up and using a peening station, peening with a jig, free-hand peening and blade repair. There will be plenty of time to work on your own blade and get it into top mowing condition with help on hand.
For more information and to book see our courses page, or contact us.