I actually did use this product the web my chairs after the all weather wicker failed after several years. It was relatively easy to do. And I think it turned out great! We will see how it holds up in the open as the chairs are on my deck. For the time and effort it would be worth redoing every couple of years.
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I would say yes. I personally used it to hold floor insulation in place, but it's very sturdy.
Fold the cut end over a couple of times to thicken it up then fasten with something that won't pull through - truss screws, roofing nails, decent length staples should all work fine.
It's designed to go in crawl spaces so I doubt you will have a problem. It is fabric so cold shouldn't really matter unless it was subject to the elements like sun and rain. Something not found under a house.
none, but the weave pulls apart so screws and nail heads pull through
I don't recall if mine had one, but I used it to reinforce insulation, so it's irrelevant because it pretty much isn't seen.
This would not be a product you would use to reweb chairs.