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Thread V-69 Black Polyester UV 1oz (350 Yds)

Thread V-69 Black Polyester UV 1oz (350 Yds)

Item #: 20225

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Description

Thread V-69 Polyester Black UV 1oz is a smooth, bonded polyester outdoor thread that is perfect for sail and canvas work. Bonded Dabond polyester thread has high strength and stretch control, stability in sunlight (UVR), and resistance to needle heat, abrasion, salt-water and mildew. This polyester thread very seldom frays at the needle eye, and the consistent bonded finish minimizes the need for continual machine tension adjustments. Perfect for use on sails, tents, boat covers, awnings, outdoor canvas covers, and tarps.

Use this V-69 thread with a #16 or #18 needle on 3–6 oz. fabrics (including all Sunbrella fabrics). We recommend a #20 needle when sewing with the Sailrite Ultrafeed sewing machine.

Thread Size: V-69
Cone Size: 1 oz (350 yards per spool)
Color: Black

Thread V-69 Polyester Black UV 1oz Specifications:

  • Bonded thread, polyester
  • UV resistant
  • Left-twist thread
  • Heat and abrasion resistant
  • Mildew resistant
  • 350 yards per spool
  • Sailmaker's thread should pull up off the top of the cone for a smoother feed to the sewing machine and to add an extra twist in the thread. The extra twist increases thread strength, helps keep the thread from unlaying, and eases tension problems.

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