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Bonded Nylon Sewing Thread #69

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From fishing to hunting, crafts to heavy-duty sewing, on a boat or in the home, most of us in the know turn to nylon thread for most applications.  It's excellent resistance to moisture, abrasion, chemical deterioration, exposure to acidic and alkaline environments, and aging have made it the trusted thread of the US military and other experts for decades, and SGT KNOTS® is proud to bring you the same quality and affordability employed by those serving in our armed forces.

SGT KNOTS® Bonded Nylon Sewing Thread is made to military specifications, and can't be beat for its versatility and durability in a wide variety of wilderness/survival uses.  Nylon thread is also great for heavy-duty clothing repairs, mending things around the house, and a range of arts and crafts projects.  This Size #69 nylon is the perfect blend of small size and high strength, allowing for smooth stitching in heavy fabrics and confident use in heavy-duty situations.  With a breaking strength of approximately 11 lbs., your nylon thread will be able to handle all but the most extreme situations.

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  • Size:  #69, 16oz. spool  |  6,000 yards
  • Colors:  Black, and White

Specifications

  • Gov't:  E
  • Average Yards/Pound:  6,000
  • Average Break Strength:  11lbs
  • Elongation:  26%
  • Diameter:  0.0115
  • Sticks at 445° Fahrenheit.  Melts at 485° to 500° Fahrenheit.  Yellows slightly at 300° Fahrenheit when held for 5 hours.
  • Can be bleached in most bleaching solutions.  Generally insoluble in most organic solvents.  Soluble in some phenolic compounds.
  • Unaffected by most mineral acids, except hot mineral acids.  Dissolves with partial decomposition in concentrated solutions of hydrochloric, sulfuric, and nitric acids.  Soluble in formic acids.  Substantially inert in alkalis.
  • Excellent resistance to mildew, aging and abrasion.  Prolonged exposure to sunlight causes some deterioration.
  • Dyes used are disperse, acid and pre-metalized are usually preferred, but most other classes are allowed.

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