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    New Member JJ_Cottonwood's Avatar
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    Is 1.9 calendered DWR ok for a hammock ?

    I ordered some 1.9 for my DIY 11ft stretch side hammock and after it was all done I realized I had 1.9 calendered with DWR. It's spruce green 1.9 from diy gear supply. Can anyone tell me if this is an issue for breathability used as a hammock ? Is this a lost project......

    I searched and found lots of talk about ripstop from Joanne's being shiny calendered on one side but didn't find any feedback on this material actually used as a hammock.

    Thanks,
    Last edited by JJ_Cottonwood; 11-20-2012 at 23:41.

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