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A: The end of the ball (where you start pulling the twine) is always on the outside top---not the inside center. You'll see the end if you look very carefully.
A: Yes, the Everbilt #21 x 525 ft. Twisted Bundling Twine, Natural, Browns / Tans end of twine is inside the center.
A: I remove part of the top clear wrapping so that the center opening is easily accessible. Using my index finger, I rub the middle of the inside windings with moderate pressure. The end will now be crossing the opening. reach Using a pair of tweezers or needle nose pliers, reach into the roll and pull the free end out.
A: No. It is uneven and has many random weak spots. will snap if you try to lash it around sharp edges on the trellis
A: I would not use this for any food purposes. Petroleum smell. Also "Contains chemicals known to cause cancer/birth defects" (from label)
A: I used it last year for cucumbers and tomato and it only held up for a year so if your redoing it every year i would say yes .Hope this helps you !
A: I would not use it for that it is biodegradable.
A: It’s a little weak. I’d recommend something a little thicker for building material
A: Don’t know the answer. I don’t think it’s appropriate for a clothesline.
A: less than 10lbs
A: The working load limit for the bundling twine is 8 lbs.
A: Yes, this is biodegradable.
A: Yes this twine is 100% biodegradable
|Name||#12 x 420 ft. 100% Cotton Twine Rope, White||#21 x 525 ft. Twisted Bundling Twine, Natural||#21 x 525 ft. Natural Twisted Sisal Twine||18 in. x 1050 ft. White Twisted Polypropylene Mason Twine|
|Fastener Type||Non-Wire Rope||Non-Wire Rope||Non-Wire Rope||Non-Wire Rope|
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