Effective Dandelion Removal?
There is no reason why dandelion killer -- if applied properly and it's the right stuff -- should harm your lawn. It should be a two or three way broadleaf weed killer, not general weed killer, or a weed-and-grass killer (as some are labeled). I would check with a local garden center and make sure you the right stuff, then be sure to read the whole label/instructions and follow closely. That is best (easiest) way to get rid of them. Digging them out by hand is effective, but as you've discovered, very labor intensive and not really practical if you have a lawn full of them.
You can also use a granular "weed n feed" type of product. Not quite as effective as a spray, but works well if you put it down on a VERY dewy morning when the grass is really wet.
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