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Frayed rope

How to Stop Rope from Fraying

Whether you are cutting rope for the creation of boating deck lines or the hanging of tools, you can expect rapid fraying. This happens when the end of the rope breaks off into loose strands. It will continue and cause the rope to become unusable unless you take preventative measures. The appropriate choice of such measures will depend largely on whether you are using natural or synthetic rope. Read on to discover the method that suits you best. Applying Heat Heat...
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How To Protect Your Plants & Vegetables With Garden Netting

So spring is finally here and you’ll undoubtedly be looking forward to seeing the plants and vegetables that flourish at this wonderful time of year. However, you’re also sure to be aware of the birds, vermin, and pests that would love nothing more than to gobble and lay waste to your spring-time produce. Thankfully you can keep your plants and vegetables well-protected with high-quality agricultural netting. Keep on reading to find out how best to use our protective garden...
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Why Polyethylene is the Material of Choice for Sports Netting

With spring having sprung and the social distancing measures being relaxed our thoughts are turning to outdoor sports. Children and adults are looking forward to showcasing their skills in sports such as football, cricket, and tennis. Now is the ideal time to prepare your outdoor facilities, ensuring that you have safe and durable netting in place. Polyethylene (otherwise known as polyethylene or PE) is our recommended material for indoor and outdoor netting. Produced in great quantities throughout the world and...
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Using Netting To Create The Ideal Playground

Children across the UK have struggled with the impacts of the lockdown over the last year. Indeed, it’s been reported that one in six young people have a probable mental illness at present. This compares with the one in nine who experienced mental health issues before the pandemic took hold. However, there has been some excellent news, with Boris Johnson announcing the reopening of schools from the 8th of March. Now is the time to be making plans that will...
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The Best Uses of Garden Netting

Homeowners across the UK will be looking forward to the flourishing of their gardens after the harsh winter months. It won’t be long before we’re able to put our green fingers to use in the sowing of seeds and nurturing of garden plants. Now is the ideal time to set yourself up for an enjoyable season and make use of garden netting for the types of protective purposes highlighted in this blog. Protection Against Hungry Birds Our thickly twined polyethylene netting...

Key Terms You Might Need to Know When It Comes to Netting

Netting isn’t the most complicated industry in the world. But there are a few details that sometimes cause a little confusion. People often wonder if they should be buying knotted or knotless netting for example, or if they need polypropylene or polyethylene. If you’re ever stuck, we can always advise you. Indeed, if you’re ever unsure of what type of material would best suit your specific needs, just give us a call and we can sort it. Still, figuring out the difference between knotted...

New Year, New Netting: Take This Opportunity to Refresh Your Stock

2020 is finally behind us and despite starting the year in lockdown, it does seem that things are slowly but surely heading in the right direction. We hope it continues that way. We’re excited to be back here at Renco Nets and have enjoyed catching up with clients on the telephone and getting back into the swing of things as much as possible. With it being a new year, we often find many of our clients are looking to refresh their netting...
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Merry Christmas from Renco Nets: We’ll Be Back in The New Year

What a challenging year it’s been. Thankfully, for many, it’s finally coming to a close. Here at Renco we’re glad to have been able to continue serving our clients, old and new, in as normal a way as possible over the past few months. That said, it has been tough, and we are certainly looking forward to things getting a little more normal in the New Year. Still, we would like to take this opportunity to wish a very merry Christmas and a...
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Britain’s Relationship with Europe Might Be Changing, But Ours Isn’t

We’re looking forward to opening again from our Christmas break on Monday 4th January. And, despite the ongoing restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we’re happy to say we’re still able to supply all your rope and netting needs as normal. Whatever you might need, be it multifilament soft rope, a hard-wearing cargo net or coloured nylon twine... We can supply it for you, quickly and cost-effectively. But of course, as we head in to 2021, it’s not just the coronavirus...
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Coronavirus Update: Continuing to Provide Our Clients with The Rope and Netting You Need

As you’ll no doubt be aware, the coronavirus pandemic is continuing to impact everyone here in the UK and, indeed, around the world. As we write this, our region is moving into Tier 3 of the new restrictions. But naturally, the situation is changing every day. The good news is, we are still open and able to provide all of our clients—old and new—with all the rope and netting you need. Indeed, we thought it would be useful to run through the...