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Please be patient.  I read all the comments which means it does take a lot of time to comment on each one. Depending on the time of the season, I may post the comment in a few minutes or it may take a few days.

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All Comments are reviewed before they are posted to the article. 

I read all comments myself. I remove personal information you may have inadvertently posted and my software will correct any mis-spellings. Sometimes you were not specific in your question or comment and I’ll email you privately for clarification before I post your comment.

Information such as personal product promotion, affiliated links to products, continuous blog promotions, or PR pitches will be removed. Spam gets automatically deleted.

If you are a dealer or repair shop and you have a specific fix for a comment’er I may add the link to your website so that comment’er can get more information from you.

I read all the comments which means it does take a lot of time to comment on each one. Depending on the time of the season, I may post the comment in a few minutes or it may take a few days. Please be patient.

What is MovingSnow’s comment policy?

The goal at MovingSnow, TodaysMower and MyCountryAcre is to encourage intelligent and useful conversation around the articles and guides in a friendly and non-judgmental environment.

Be kind. Discriminatory language and personal attacks are unacceptable and will be deleted at my discretion.

I do believe in transparency, so I never remove comments due to dissenting opinions or disagreement with my review and testing methods. Please be aware I enjoy constructive criticism both of a product and about what I do here but…. a comment like “Don’t buy an (brand) they are junk.” or “you only like a (certain brand)” is not productive and it will never be posted. If you have a criticism about a product please be specific and use the product, place, problem and exact fix method to tell us about it. Name, model, nameplate model number all go a long way to helping the rest of us out.

How do you deal with comments after updating an article or guide?

Starting now, I will actively moderate the comments to ensure that they stay relevant and helpful to you.

Depending on the changes to an article or guide I will do one of the following:

If I update an article and the products remain unchanged, we keep all comments intact.

If I update a yearly guide with a new main choice and/or new alternatives, I remove all of the comments to prevent confusion between one season and the next.

If a manufacture updates a product and the specs change I will remove any comments pertaining to the older model.