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Caring for Your Cast Nets

1 Prior to using your cast nets, let your nets soak overnight in a solution of fresh water and fabric softener. This will soften and lubricate the monofilament netting and braille lines, and it will relax the netting from tight packing.

2 Inspect your cast nets before every use, mending any cuts or tears in your cast net.

3 Rinse your cast nets with fresh water and hang until the leadline is completely dry. Do not use any chemicals to clean your cast nets.

4 Never hang your cast net with the leadline off the ground. This will tighten the knots and will remove the "broken-in" feel from your cast nets.

5 Store your cast nets in a cool, dry environment. Never expose them to the sun for extended periods because sunlight is harmful to the monofolament and nylon netting.

6 Using your cast nets in areas of reefs, rocks, or other submerged objects could lessen the life of your nets. Avoid casting your nets in these areas if possible.

INTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARE OF YOUR CAST NETS ARE COURTESY OF FITEC CORPORATION
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