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I bought an electric trimmer to help keep my tiny back yard in shape. I don't have a shed I can keep it in so I store it in the house after I'm done. But the grass that gets caked on can get really nasty and I don't want it to fall all over the house when I store it, so I just hose down the parts where the grass gets caked on, it's really close to the trimmer head.
I've never really thought about this untill today, but is this OK? Not because of the electric engine, but am I washing out lubricants or grease from the trimmer head's spinning mechanism?