If you've made a paracord bracelet with two colors, I'm sure you've used the traditional method of melting two strands of paracord together. You simply clip each end of paracord to make them nice and even, then you take a lighter to each frayed end, slightly liquefy it and then press the two ends together to let them fuse. This method works just fine and I often tend to use it almost all of the time. However, this method often times requires you to act quickly before the melted paracord cools off and also
As opposed to cutting the sheath of the paracord, we simply use our paracord fids to pierce the sheath and separate the fibers, thereby maintaining the strength of the nylon sheathing. Overall the Manny method of joining paracord is a great alternative to melting two strands together. There are a few more steps involved, but the end result means less singed fingertips and also possibly a more comfortable bracelet. Also, I've found that "cheaper" quality paracord tends to not melt and fuse
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