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    Drip Lines

    An absorbent line works best. Cotton shoe string is often the recommended choice.

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    Countrybois Today, 18:15 Go to last post

    Drip Lines

    It doesn’t seem like the rubber band would catch and then divert the water. Test it out at home.

    TallPaul Today, 18:15 Go to last post

    Stitch type?

    Thanks for the advice. I went ahead and did a whipped end with a regular straight stitch.

    scurtis Today, 18:03 Go to last post

    Drip Lines

    A rubber band has a finite life span. A piece of Zing-it will last forever.

    SilvrSurfr Today, 17:46 Go to last post

    Drip Lines

    The rubber band idea is interesting but like I said, not sure they’d stay in place.

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    Falarny Today, 17:37 Go to last post

    Drip Lines

    Yes sir I just loop them on the line like a couple of Prusiks. They stay in place but are easy to adjust.

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    Drip Lines

    Do they work?

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