Luster Leaf Rapiclip Natural Twine in Dispenser Can - 325 Foot 402
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- Luster Leaf Natural Twine 325ft 3 ply jute twine
- Dispenser can with cutter, shelf pack display box
- This product is made in China
- Natural 3 ply jute
- Convenient dispenser
- Great for use in the garden
- Easy storage
- Natural color
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|Item Dimensions||4.25 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
A strong tough but soft brown twine which is ideal for tying up plants, or any other uses for twine. Comes in a convenient "tin" dispenser can. The "fraying" rustic look may be good for some craft projects or tying up gifts. This is NOT butcher's (or cooking) twine, and should NOT be used for cooking. For cooking use: Norpro Stainless-Steel Holder with Cotton Cooking Twine, 220 feet
COMPARED TO ORIDINARY JUTE TWINE
Ordinary jute is more brittle and less flexible, and therefore not as easy to tie knots with. Luster Leaf is soft and easy to tie.
A presumed feature of this twine is that (compared to wire, nylon twine, or plastic cable ties) it is "biodegradable", i.e., by the time your plant is established the twine will rot rather than constricting the growth of the plant. If you want the twine to hold for more than a year, you might consider some stronger and/or non-biodegradable material.
> True, the built in cutter is not terribly sharp, but it does work, just "saw" the twine back and forth. You can sharpen it in just a minute or two with a metal file or with a rotary stone and your Dremel tool.
> You can attach the can to your belt (or belt loop) with a 6" bungy. SE 6" Ball Bungee Cord Canopy Tarp Tie Down Straps
> The lid of the can is not too tight and can be bumped off. This is easily fixed by slightly mashing the lid (take it off the can first) to make the fit tighter.Read more ›
So, I now have a spool of jute to use for other projects. There's always some useful purpose for any kind of string around here. The description suggests using it in garden projects, and it may just come in handy for that this year. :)
I haven't had any problems with this string being brittle or weak, it seems to hold a good bit of weight and I certainly cannot break it by hand. I find it easier to cut with scissors than trying to use the lid's unsharp flat cutter, however. Not sure that flange on top is really a cutter and not just a spooler to keep the twine from coming out too quickly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When you cut it you have to take twine and push it back under cutting edge each time.Published 2 months ago by john santee
VERY,very rough twine----looked like old hemp.... Hmmmmmm, IDK.... I would not purchase it again...Published 4 months ago by David Thomas