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This is a project I came up with because I was strapped for cash but wanted to be safe riding my bike back and forth from grad school. Enjoy!
Things you will need for this project are: Relective Tape: 3$ Scissors Pants Clothing Iron
Cut the Tape to the size you like. Pants are easy because you can just do a rectangle that will be applied along the hem of the pants.
Have your Iron on at cotton high. Press the iron to the reflective tape [shiny or glue side down] for 30 seconds.
As soon as you are done with the reflective tape, its all done! I will admit that there are companies out there that will sell you pants with this stu...
I also did it on my old vans. It works so well I think. Hopefully this helps some of you late night riders.
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