Sherrilltree 11454 ArborTie 3/4" White Guying Tape *DISCONTINUED*

    By Sherrilltree | Mfr#: 11454 | Tiger#: TS90229
    • ArborTie White Guying Tape ARB11454
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    • Safe and easy to use
    • Polypropylene material provides strength to the tape
    • Resistant to temperature and chemicals
    • Unique weave design with round edges prevents bark damage
    • Test strength of 900lbs
    • Softer than a usual rope or cord
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    Overview for Sherrilltree 11454 ArborTie 3/4" White Guying Tape

    The ArborTie White Guying Tape is an efficient material used for staking and guying trees. It is safe and convenient to use and provides support to the trees without damaging them. The white color of the tape provides good visibility while guying and blends well in the natural background.

    Good Material: This 250-foot white guying tape is made of sturdy yet soft material i.e. polypropylene. The tape has a unique round-edged weave pattern that keeps it soft. Furthermore, it feels good and smooth against the palm.

    Secure Staking: The Arbor tape provides a harm-free solution for tying, guying or staking the trees and shrubs. It does not break, twist or unravel easily after it is fastened with traditional knots or nails. It does not cut deep into the barks, prevents girdling and is safe for plants and trees.

    Withstands Pressure: Another good thing about this staking tape is that it has a test strength of 900lbs. It can stand up to fierce winds and pressure, meanwhile allowing the trees to sway and build trunk strength. Moreover, it expands as the tree grows in diameter, thus preventing girdling.

    Highly Resistant: Unlike the usual wires, ropes and hoses, the white Arbortie and guying tape lasts long, as it provides enough resistance against harsh climatic conditions like heat and cold, and chemicals. Thus, eliminating the problem of staking the trees again and again.