Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Don't get that choice on my work computer...and many of the things I need to do for work don't work on macs.
Also, I am pretty sure acrobat professional is pretty much the same on macs.
But I want to wear my boots Saturday, they won't arrive in time. I guess I can use the cotton ones I got in t he meantime.
UPS next day shipping
for only $80
I paid for next day shipping once. My items did not come the next day. Never again.
but then then one end is frayed on each lace.
then use the lighter trick to make it not frayed.
come on guys, tricks I learned while playing ice hockey shouldn't translate this easily in a men's style forum.
did not know that trick. thanks.
although, inevitable, all my laces snap on shabbos.
Thanks, Iroh. Could you post a guide for us?
Lighter Trick works well for paracord, nylon ropes, cable sheathing, and several other applications to prevent fraying. Alternatively a heat gun could be used as well.
It's shocking to me that there are grown men who have never heard of using a lighter (or other heat source) to repair frayed ends.
i have a few shirts at home that are frayed on the collar. is that a good application for this trick?
He's not using these laces on his hiking boots he wants laces for his $700 Alden Shell Cordo balmoral boots.
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