Being that it is the dead of winter and snow storms are a plenty, that only means that the snow shovels and snow blowers are getting a serious workout.
And not to mention the workout you are getting as well.
But what is a pain, too, is when the chute on the snow blower clogs, or when the snow sticks to the shovel because the snow is wet and heavy.
Folks, I’ve got a tip for you! Enter today’s Quick Tip Friday.
Simply spray some non-stick cooking spray on the discharge chute on the snow blower, and on the edges of the snow shovel.
Non-stick cooking spray is a better solution than using WD40 simply because WD40 is a lubricant that could be harmful to grass and water table.
With the snow storm expected here on the East coast this weekend, I suggest having some Pam on hand!
Enjoy today’s Quick Tip Friday!