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Librett Durables Butchers Twine, Cotton, 185-Feet White
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- This is Made of 100% cotton
- Biodegradable material
- Roll contains 185 feet of twine
- Roll measures: 3 x 2 1/2"
- Affordable and perfect to do the job you need done
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Rather than buying some expensive twine keeper, I just inverted a small terra cotta flower pot with a hole in the bottom on top of the ball. This has a convenient dispensing hole for the twine and is heavy enough to keep the ball secured. In theory, the clay might also absorb ambient humidity to keep the twine from getting moldy as well.
Works great, doesn't have any coloring or anything like that so it is good for food items. Plus it is biodegradable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't know why but this stuff is nearly impossible to find in the stores. Used this last weekend to tie a pork loin together after a spiral cut, worked great!Published 24 days ago by Mike
Butchers may love it, but I use it to ti up y tomato and pepper plants - great stuff and easy to work with!Published 27 days ago by Quietmann
It's lightweight twine that has a tendency to break up into its individual strands too easily. Not butcher's twine as I know it.Published 1 month ago by Trismegistus
Its butchers twine. It doesn't burn and doesn't fray easily. Works great for all my trussing needs prior to going on the grill / rotisserie.Published 2 months ago by E. Payne