Question by  JimB (13)

What is the difference between a weed whacker and a lawn mower?


Answer by  Rogbog (203)

Basically, a weed whacker cut weeds. A lawn mower cuts grows. But, a weed whacker is a wonderful solution for very high grass which could clog a mover's blades sometimes.


Answer by  Grandma (66)

A weed whacker cuts grass and tall weeds. It is hand held. A lawn mower is pushed across the ground while a rotating blade underneath it, trims the shorter grass.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

A week whacker is often electric and is hand held. You use a weed whacker to the areas in which the lawn mower can not go, it is for non grassy areas, for smaller areas and for areas in that weeds and grass do not belong.


Answer by  totallykim (167)

You really don't want to tackle your whole lawn with a weed whacker, it would get tedious! Weed whackers are primarily used for edge trimming, while a lawn mower, be it push or riding, is used to cut grass over the main area of your lawn.


Answer by  Purple (948)

A weed whacker is hand held. It is used to hit spaces close to fences or objects in a yard where a lawn mower can't get close enough to.


Answer by  ruffy (1117)

the lawn mower is a wider path of grass being mowed where a weed whacker is for the grass close to things that the mower wont get like house and around thing

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