Prices Per Metre Start At: £1.42
"Thank you for the prompt delivery of my order. ... We're extremely pleased with the end result and now thinking of other projects." - Marilyn & Mike Tuner, Norfolk
Please read all of the information below before ordering.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT NOT TO DRILL ANY HOLES IN YOUR POSTS UNITL AFTER YOU GET THE ROPE!!! Best to use a drill bit that is 3-4mm bigger than the rope that is directly in front of you.
Important! Manila Rope can naturally expand in diameter and shorten in length by up to 10% when wet.
The diameter of the rope is measured during manufacture whilst the rope is under tension. This can lead to Manila Rope having a thicker diameter than actually stated when not under load: the diameter can be 2mm to 6mm greater than stated and even 20mm greater on the much larger diameter ropes. Please take this into account when selecting diameter size prior to ordering. It is best not to drill any holes in any posts until after receiving the rope and we recommend you choose a drill bit approximately 4mm greater than the rope's diameter.
Ideal for the Garden, for Decking and for Barriers, the aesthetic and versatile Manila rope is the landscape gardener's rope of choice. Made from the leaves of the Musa Textilis, it can last as long as 10 years and weathers from it's initial brown colour to an agreeable brown/grey.
An example of 36mm Manila Rope with a Manrope Knot used for decking in a garden.
We also sell Manager Rings for 24mm and 36mm rope.
Be inspired! See our Manila Rope in action!
Please note that there is a minimum order of 5 metres of length for 60mm and 48mm diameter Manila rope.
Exact accuracy of the cut length can be difficult and sometimes impossible; a typical length is out by up to 20cm. If accuracy of length is important to your project, please specify at the time of ordering in the Special Instructions box, below.
Rope pictures are for illustrative purposes only. Actual rope may vary slightly from these illustrations.
Please note that VAT is not applicable on these products.
Snails can't pass over Manila Rope. Border your garden or vegetable patch with our Manila Rope and be snail-free the natural way!
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