RedVex Paracord Key Chain Lot of 10

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What can Paracord be used for? Emergency uses for Paracord. Here are some of the more common uses for paracord we could think of, but the uses are really only limited by your imagination. Keep your eyes open for video demonstrations of the more complicated applications such as making snares and building a raft. #1 First of all, one of the main questions we get is, "How do you hold up your pants after you've taken apart your PreparaCord Belt?" Well, after you take it apart, you should have 70 to 100 feet of paracord with which to form a makeshift belt or suspenders. (It's best to use a simple knot like a square knot that can easily be undone when you need to pull down your pants. Suspenders are easier, because you just slide them off your shoulders to take off your pants.) #2 Repair torn clothing with the internal strands which slide easily out of the kernmantle (casing). Use a makeshift needle or be sure to keep one in your first-aid kit. #3 Repair torn or broken equipment either by sewing or tying the pieces together securely #4 Rig a makeshift tow rope. A single length of paracord has been tested to handle 550 lbs of weight, so wrap it securely 10 times and you have the ability to pull 5500 lbs. #5 Securely tie down items to the top of a vehicle, or to protect them from a wind-storm #6 String up a clothes line. Wet clothes are uncomfortable when you’re camping and dangerous when you’re trying to survive. #7 Hang a bear bag to keep your food away from critters. This is good whether you’re camping or roughing it in the woods #8 Replace your shoe laces. Just burn the ends and thread them through. #9 Replace a broken Zipper pull #10 Use it as dental floss. Pull out the internal strands and keep up your hygiene even in the woods, or to get that pesky piece of meat out from between your teeth. #11 Tie things to your backpack with it so you can carry more stuff hands free #12 Secure an animal to a tree or post, or ma