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46 minutes ago, Rich Rule said:

A climbing harness, side strop and a nicely tuned 150t or equivalent.

 

Just get in there, sheer bloody determination is key.

Agreed, done my fair share of horrible hedges just keep your head down and keep going. I often where one of my normal work gloves on my right (Cutting hand) and then a thick gauntlet type glove on my left hand (Chucking hand) then just cut and chuck. Tidy up with a hedge trimmer at the end job done.

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1 hour ago, Rich Rule said:

A climbing harness, side strop and a nicely tuned 150t or equivalent.

 

Just get in there, sheer bloody determination is key.

Bloody is an important word here.

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