You love your robot mower. I mean, maybe not as your human family. But, there are definitely days when it comes in as a strong second.
Your automatic mower is always there for you. It never criticizes or tries to change you. And like all good buddies, it makes your life more enjoyable. Especially because you get to use all that free time that you used to spend mowing doing things you actually enjoy.
But then winter comes. And maybe you don’t give your automatic mower the attention you used to. But your mower won’t nag you for attention like some others in your life. It will just sit there patiently, waiting for you to come back in the spring.
But before you say goodbye for a few months, let’s discuss a topic that’s of high priority for you and your robot buddy. Let’s talk about proper robotic mower winter storage.
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