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7 thoughts on “HACK! Super STRONG Plastic Cordage Tool | Grim Cards

  1. i love when you change your voice. shit was hilarious. and the f bomb was awesome. if you cant make fun of yourself you are doomed.

  2. Soda bottles are made of PET, which is actually pretty strong. You wouldn’t get the same strenght from milk jugs which are made from HDPE. (would be interesting to see the ”tear test” …i think you’d rip the strands apart)

  3. Well, I live on a coastal island off the coast of WA and back pack on the coast a bit and this would provide me with an unlimited quantity cordage from beach litter. One of the hardest things to make, strongly, from nature quickly. And I know you’re a strong dude, that stuff looked bow-drill strong, and maybe some woven strands would have been strong enough for an actual hunting bow. I have seen a method for making cordage from rawhide or leather that would potentially work for this too. Stick a nail, or something similar into a log or stump, and then stick your knife into the log the same distance from the nail as you would like your cordage to be thick. Next get your bottle started (which looks like it could be the hard part), and pull your new cordage through. I’ll have to practice this, could save me an item on ALONE!

  4. Just because you have never used the product before,why slate it? it can be use on any plastic bottle, in an urban environment or even by the beach, infact anywhere you go where humans have been you are more than likely to find plastic bottles. Once you have used the plastic cordage you can if available to you pour boiling water over the plastic cordage which strengthens the lashings. Anyone who does urban survival knows this. Scissors to make the same LOL as long as you can wait for an age to cut it out, especially when you need cordage in a hurry.

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