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Rope, Utility Rope, String Cord Rope, Clothesline Packing Rope - 500





A rope is a group of yarns, fibers or strands twisted or braided together into a larger and stronger form to perform various tasks.
This rope is strong, durable and long-lasting, 
It is perfect for many outdoor applications such as:campingboatingfishingcraftinghikingcrafts decor projectsOthers are wall hangings, tapestries, Bohemian wedding arch decorations, knitting, scrapbooking and gardening, washed cloth hanging and so on.
It is available in green and blue colour
Diameter: 3mm

KEY FEATURES 
100% fibers (inside and out)
Mildew & Rot Resistant
Certified break strength of 550 pounds
High UV/Fade Resistant
Low Shrink and Stretch Factor
Tight inner twist which increases strength
Multipurpose, Strong, durable and Long Lasting

WHAT’S IN THE BOX
A Rope of length 10 or 20 or 50 or 100 metres depending on variants you choose.

Seller Contact: 08030939040 Call, Message, WhatsApp or Comment to order

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