1: "Prep safety gear like gloves and long sleeves for protection while using a string trimmer for poison ivy removal."

2: "Identify poison ivy by its three shiny leaves to avoid accidental contact during trimming with a string trimmer."

3: "Adjust the string trimmer to a suitable height and angle for efficient cutting of poison ivy without damaging nearby plants."

4: "Start trimming from the top and work your way down to prevent leaves and sap from touching your skin with the string trimmer."

5: "Dispose of poison ivy trimmings carefully in a garbage bag to prevent spreading the plant's oils and causing more irritation."

6: "Clean the string trimmer thoroughly after use to remove any remaining poison ivy sap and avoid contamination in future jobs."

7: "Avoid burning poison ivy trimmings, as inhaling the smoke can cause severe respiratory issues and skin reactions."

8: "After trimming poison ivy, wash your hands, clothes, and tools with soap and water to remove any lingering oils."

9: "Consider using a herbicide in addition to string trimming for more effective removal of stubborn poison ivy patches."