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Model #03-369

#36 400 ft. Cotton Mason Line Seine Twine Ball

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$989

Product Overview

Our Cotton Seine Line is a 3 strand cabled twine made from high grade cotton/poly yarns. The twist is a medium lay. This item is used as a chalk line, mason line, tying twine, craft, knotwork, nautical bracelets, etc.
  • 3 strand cable cotton twine
  • Used for chalk line, mason line, crafts, knotwork
  • Shrink wrapped and labelled
  • Break strength 80 lbs.

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Fastener TypeNon-Wire RopeNon-Wire RopeNon-Wire RopeNon-Wire Rope
MaterialPolyesterPolyesterPolyesterPolyester
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10
Product Height (in.)
6
Product Length (ft.)
400
Product Width (in.)
10
Rope Diameter (in.)
3/32

Details

Color Family
Whites
Fastener Type
Non-Wire Rope
Features
Non-Locking
Finish Family
White
Material
Polyester
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Rope Configuration
Twisted
Working Load Limit (lbs.)
16

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Product is warrantied for defective merchandise

Questions & Answers

2Questions4Answers

what is the width of the string?

Asked by Gisa November 1, 2018
2
Answers

3/332", as advertised.

Is this cotton or polyester?

Asked by Sean October 17, 2016
2
Answers

Good question. I see it specified as cotton or cotton/polyester blend or polyester at various places on the product page. After doing a few tests I believe it's a cotton/polyester blend. 1. Flame test -- Burns vigorously with considerable soot. This would be the polyester burning, cotton doesn't burn like this. After the flame subsides there is a glowing white ash, typical of cotton burning. 2. Oven test at 450deg -- The string comes out dark brown and springy and won't unwind. Probably from the polyester melting. I wouldn't use this to tie up a meat roast or meat rolled and sauteed. Use pure cotton instead.

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Good product. Strong. It ties well and the knots hold.
Good product. Strong. It ties well and the knots hold.
by Larry8811
Good sturdy line, even twist, pliable....
Good sturdy line, even twist, pliable.
by HomeDepotCustomer
The cord was adequate for my needs.
The cord was adequate for my needs.
by Tattoo
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