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Spreader how to Maintenance

How to keep my spreader in good shape?

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    My spring is gone on my speedy greeen also....

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The professionals usually say that, after using a spreader, a thorough dry cleaning beats a sloppy wet cleaning any day. It's certainly a good idea to empty your spreader completely and shake out or remove with a brush any remaining material. Keeping moving parts lubricated helps too.

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