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We decided to fix-up my Grandmother's old lawn chair for the 3M Duct Tape Contest. Thanks for the idea and the opportunity!
Cut off all the old straps and wipe off the aluminum with a damp rag.
We used a rust proof, hammered bronze spray paint finish. We applied several thin coats making sure it did not run.
Measure the width of the chair and add about 3 inches, which will allow an inch and a half on each side for the tape to wrap around the post. Stick it...
We did all the red, horizontal strips first then wove the white and one blue strip through them. Make sure your straps are tight and evenly spaced. Al...
We can't wait to present our grandmother with her "new" Duct Tape chair on the 4th of July so she can sit and enjoy the fireworks in STARS AND STRIPES...
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Will/does the duct tape stretch? I'm thinking about converting my kid bike trailer for use by my two dogs. I want the base to be flexi but firm. The dogs weigh close to 60 lbs together.
If I use duct tape webbing, I would put the straps closer together, but will it stretch?
Nice job, but it appears that the part you stick to the chair post is only 1 layer thick? So you have a "weakest link" that is only 1 layer thick. I think I would build up 3 layers sticky side to smooth, then 1 layer sticky to sticky. That way the part you wrap around the chair post is 3 layers thick.
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