A big ask but you never know - has anyone got one of those machines that put holes in the grass that I could borrow? I'd be ever so grateful
I got one from B & Q
Its hard work it really is.
If you use the aerator you should fill the holes with
sand to aid drainage. I'm assuming the need for this
is because your lawn suffers from poor drainage?
The only other reason really on a utility lawn if the
kids have been playing in on area and its turned to
hard mud like under a swing.
Also using the Aerator you have to pick up all the daft
pipes of mud it pushes out.
Back Breaking work
does it really need doing?