Recovery gear

Gina

New Member
Hey I just need some advice on how to clean my recovery straps.... I had chainsaw fuel leak into my recovery bag soaking the contents in petrol
Thanks Gina
 

stevemc181

Well-Known Member
I’d be concerned with any synthetic fibre rope being soaked in petrol. I’d think it will probably deteriorate the fibres?
 

Kippie

Well-Known Member
On the tag mine says not to use solvents. I guess that means soaking in petrol/diesel is not recommended. Not sure what it does to the fibres, but I wouldn't use them anymore if they'd been soaked.
 

CaptainBanana

Well-Known Member
Mine go through the washing machine after ever use and look almost new but we're talking mud and not oil, the machine will help but only so much.
 

Warby

Well-Known Member
After a soaking with petrol I'd definitely be turfing them to buy new ones - The $50/100/200/whatever (depending on brand, type & number of straps of course) is not worth the risk of a strap giving way when under load.
 

silkwood

Well-Known Member
Wouldn't touch a climbing rope which had contact with solvents. Can't see I would feel any different about recovery straps. Bin them I say.
 
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