- Manila is very durable and the strongest natural fiber rope. It’s flexible and holds knots firmly but has a low stretch capacity. The natural fiber has a good resistance to ultraviolet and abrasion but must be stored dry and away from chemicals to avoid deterioration. Suggested applications include general farm and construction use, truck lashing, and decorative landscaping. Sisal is a strong natural finder.
- Sisal rope is biodegradable, resistant to ultraviolet and must be stored dry. This rope has little to no stretch but is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. Suggested uses include gardening, bundling, shipping, and decorative applications.
- Jute is a biodegradable natural twine with soft, thick fibers that protect plants. Jute is one of the most economical natural fibers. Suggested applications include gardening, recycling, crafts and general household use.
- Cotton is a soft, easy to knot or splice rope with good strength. The natural fiber must be stored dry, and has poor resistance to chemicals. Cotton rope is widely used for animal leads and halters or decorative (indoor) applications, and clothelines. Twines and chords are additional forms of the natural fiber used for bundling, crafts, and general household use.
NEVER exceed working load limit.
NEVER use for overhead lifting. Replace product if there are any signs of damage, wear or degradation.
WARNING: These products may contain one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. This warning is given in compliance with California Proposition 65.