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Old Monday 24th November 2008, 19:30
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And don't forget if you have asthma you should wear a mask when using one as you can inhale the small particles.
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That is true, Judi. Just as well I get OH to do all the strimming. Well, he will do when we eventually get a strimmer!
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Might look into S/Trimmer yet, so we will see.

It is a question of what is suitable for us on the market.

Got admit myself and my OH Strimmer just as well. so no conflict between us, and it is a shared chore anyway.

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