How to store paracord?

Paracord will slowly degrade in sunlight.

Will wear out in sand and other dirt.

In addition, other factors will not cause substantial damage to the paracord.

Therefore, you just need to pay attention to keep the paracord in the dark and not overuse it.

However, don't stick to one paracord, it's best to use a new paracord when surviving.

Since paracord is made of nylon, it is mold and mildew resistant and has a high resistance to moisture.

But to be on the safe side, it's best to put it in a waterproof bag and put it in a cool and dry place.

Remember to stay away from UV rays.

Every time you use your paracord, if it's not new, it's a good idea to check it for signs of wear and damage.

There are many uses for paracord, and those who often go outdoors and those who like to survive know it all too well.

Make fishing line, make small game traps, put branches together to make a shelter, shoelaces, spears...