A few tips to help you get the work done like you’re a professional;Never cut more than 1/3 of the grass blade length when you finally mow. This simply because when you cut so closely to the ground, sunlight will reach the weeds and in return increase pests and diseases in the long run.Identify the grass in question before you run the mower, different grasses require different cutting lengths given their growth rates and seasons.Mow when the grass is dry. Dry grass stands tall and alone which makes it easy to trim to the required length without spoiling the existing grass pattern. Spice up the mowing patterns. It’s quite simple for grass to bend a certain direction depending on which direction you run the mower when you do the routine rounds. Therefore changing things up will subsequently force the blades to stand.