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A: Please check direct with your local store for availability.
A: They were in stock when I was at the store in Casselberry this month.
A: I buy a week ago
A: I looked to see if it contained lead and could not find any reference to lead content so I went ahead and bought these for the exact same reason...nose bridges for masks.
A: When tested, these items were found to contain enough Lead to require California Prop 65 warnings on the package.
A: Sorry, I no longer have the packaging, so cannot check. The ties were for outdoor use. Inventive application for them ~ good luck!
A: I would not use these. I would use weather rated tie-wraps.
A: These ties are not intended for your application, they wouldn't last long. Zip ties should do the job for you. I will like to suggest you purchase a product at Home Depot equal to the following: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cambridge-14-in-Cable-Ties-Black-1000-Pack-CT14087/303122693 (sized as required)
A: These have a thin metal wire inside and are coated with plastic. Many factors would need to be taken into comparison of these to zip ties - gauge of the hardcloth or netting, how many places you will secure, location and weather, etc... They should not disintegrate after just one year of use, but if you are holding to much weight or the force of winds is too great, they might break.
A: Depending on your location ? If you live in one of the southern states with long, sunny, and hot summers, plastic zip ties may not work for your application either, as most plastic zip ties become brittle under UV light.
A: I used it as a nose wire for a face mask and it works very well.