Guyline Cord Manual


Your Guyline Cord is designed to be durable and resistant to outdoor elements. However, it's a good idea to keep it clean to ensure its high visibility feature remains effective. If the cord becomes dirty, gently wash it using a mild detergent and rinse thoroughly. Avoid harsh cleaning products that could damage the reflective coating. Allow the cord to dry fully before storing to avoid mildew.



The Guyline Cord comes in a length of 90 ft (27 m). Depending on your usage, you might need to cut it to to the appropriate lengths. It's a good idea to plan your setup before cutting to ensure you have the correct lengths for each section.



Setting up your Guyline Cord involves three main steps:

  1. Cut the cord: Measure and cut the cord according to your specific requirements. This could be to secure a tarp, set up a ridgeline, or to use as guy lines for a tent. Make sure to leave enough length for knots.

  2. Tie the cord: Use appropriate knots to secure the cord. Commonly used knots include the taut-line hitch (adjustable), the bowline (creates a loop), and the figure-eight (stopper knot).

  3. Secure the cord: Anchor the cord into the ground with a stake or tie it to a tree or other sturdy object. Ensure that the cord is taut and securely fastened.



The Guyline Cord is highly reflective, which makes it glow brightly when even a small light source is near. This feature helps prevent tripping over lines in low-light or dark environments.



When not in use, wrap the cord neatly and store it in a dry, cool place. This prevents tangling and maintains the lifespan of the cord.



Avoid using the Guyline Cord for purposes that it's not designed for, such as climbing or lifting heavy loads.



Thank you for choosing our Guyline Cord for your outdoor adventures. We aim to provide you with high-quality, durable, and functional equipment that meets all your needs. Enjoy the convenience and safety that comes with using our reflective Guyline Cord!

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