Sterling Rope Wicked Good Rope Wash

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Sterling Carabiners Wicked Good Rope Wash MDWASH1. Washing dynamic and static ropes regularly will restore and enhance their performance and the effect of all previously applied treatments such as DryCore and other dry finishes.


Makes old ropes look and feel like new! One of our most commonly asked questions is How do I wash my rope Sterling solves the problem with its easy, simple to use, safe, biodegradable rope wash.


Use the Sterling Wicked Good Rope Wash to make your climbing rope look sparkly new and to keep it strong, durable, and reliable for a long time. This packet has enough liquid for one wash whether you're washing it in a machine, a bathtub, or by hand outside. It'll rid the rope of dirt, crud, and whatever else is destroying your rope's sheath so you can trust it on your next climb.


Keeping your rope clean is critical to its longevity, so treat it to a bath with Sterling Rope's Wicked Good Rope Wash at least once a season.. . . . Proprietary formula; free of any harmful chemicals that might breakdown the fibers in your rope. Ropes can be washed by hand, or in a front-loading washing machine, using hot water and one packet of Wicked Good Rope Wash. Wash your rope after approximately 30 to 40 uses, or if the rope has excessive dirt throughout the sheath. Hang your rope to dry in an area not exposed to sun