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If your hands look like you've been working in a coal mine after a single belay session, it's time to give your cord a bath with some Beal Rope Cleaner. This rope-friendly detergent won't damage polyamide fibers nor will it leave a residue on the sheath.

  • Non-aggressive detergent won't damage polyamide rope fibers
  • Detergent will not leave a residue on the rope
  • Do NOT use with water above 86 degrees Fahrenheit

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4 5

lifetime supply?

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Holy cow! this is a big bottle of rope wash! If i recall correctly, this bottle is about 28 oz (about the size of a siracha bottle). You only need 75 ml per wash. Granted, two washes of a rope might be better than one, but you're still going to have this bottle for many, many ropes.

It's unscented and not too powerful. It does shake up the dust and give your rope a chance to look prety close to new again. I used it in a front load washer (rather than the brush and tub) and it didn't quite get some old stains out of the sheath. My rope does look cleaner and i can flake it out without coating my hands in filth. That's pretty much what i wanted - something that will break up the dirt that gets among the fibers and break down a rope faster).

5 5

Good quality detergent

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

You'll get many washes out of this one bottle of rope cleaner. The directions tell you to dilute it with a small amount of detergent and is a great value overall. It got my light colored rope looking almost brand new after a few passes with the Beal rope brush you can find on our site under item #BEA0014

5 5

Works well

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you are paranoid about throwing your line in with standard laundry detergent, this is a good option and does indeed get your rope cleaner than washing with water alone. There are lots of resources out on the web detailing how to wash a rope but this one is to most succinct and correct in my view, as it includes instructions for a frontloader, toploader or bathtub washing method:

http://basicrockclimbing.com/how-to-wash-a-climbing-rope/