- Jun 8, 2012
In my opinion, you have to do what you have to do if you want to stay on schedule. And if you simply sharpen your blades more often, I don't think it hurts anything. Just my stance on it.Mowing in the rain doesn't make any sense at all. It's bad for the mower blade and grass. When you cut a wet grass, the finished will appear patchy and untidy. The clippings clump, mower clogs and the blades get dull. My suggestion? Be patient until the sun comes up then you can start your mowing session.