Abaca Fiber is the strongest of all natural fibers. Native to the Philippines, it is known in the Western world as Manila or Hemp Rope
Abaca Fiber is the strongest of all natural fibers. Native to the Philippines, it is known in the Western world as Manila or Hemp Rope. Originally used for making ropes and twines, it now mainly used for specialized paper product, tea bags, and bank notes. Demand for synthetic fiber ropes has grown rapidly over the years, but manila ropes are still in high demand.
The strongest of all natural fiber ropes. Manila rope is used in many general commercial/industrial applications as well decorative applications.
- Premium Grade Made from Abaca Fiber
- Strongest Natural Fiber Rope Available
- Holds Knots Well
- Low Stretch
- Excellent Hand Line
- UV Sunlight Resistant
Unfortunately, the 600 ft of manila rope is not as soft as I need for my project, and so I have 600 ft of rope that I need to either return or resell (?). Please let me know if you can help. I think I’m past the return window AND it’s so darn heavy, shipping back to you all may be more expensive than the cost of the product. My advisement to you all would be to try and describe the “hardness” of the rope in the description more clearly as an equivalently named product from another vendor is much more soft.
It worked fine. It was for decorative purposes on a oriental bed.
Web site made it easy to order. Delivery was as scheduled. Thank you
Our dog kept chasing squirrels in one of our trees and I bought this piece of rope for him to pull on instead of pulling the bark off the tree branches. The rope lasted less than two weeks, it was pulled apart in a million pieces. Any suggestions?