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Re: ladder experiment
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: October 14, 2008 12:09PM

Unless it is really loose, I just tell myself washing will resolve the laddering.<G>

And for myself, I found that if I didn't pull really, really right it reduced the laddering even more. Laddering is a tension problem so it could be caused by either being too loose or too tight.

It's good to hear the results of your experiment. I always love learning something new because you never know when you need to pull out one more technique to get something done properly.

Subject Written By Posted
  ladder experiment Alex 10/12/2008 04:39PM
  Re: ladder experiment craftsman 10/13/2008 10:41PM
  Re: ladder experiment Alex 10/14/2008 12:01AM
  Re: ladder experiment KT 10/14/2008 12:09PM
  Re: ladder experiment Alex 10/14/2008 03:52PM

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