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Modern Closed Weave Cane

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Modern Closed Weave Cane
Modern Closed Weave Cane

Rattan cane is exceptionally durable, making it the best choice for heavy-duty uses like chair seats. Can be made flexible by soaking in water. Traditional Cane is made from the outer bark of the rattan palm-- a climbing vine that grows to the top of tropical forest canopies. Cane is also impervious to damp, humid conditions and may be stained (oil stains are best), painted or varnished.

Note:Minimum order of pre-woven caning is 12 lineal inches.

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I had to re-cane 4 chairs....
I had to re-cane 4 chairs. The caning and spline I ordered were perfect for the job.
February 12, 2011
The rattan work good for the...
The rattan work good for the use we had in mind. It was easy to cut to size and did a nice job.
September 28, 2008
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It works very good it was exactly what I wanted
DENNIS O on Nov 20, 2016
It works very good it was exactly what I wanted
DENNIS O on Nov 20, 2016
The actual meassurments are, H 20 , W 16. I have six chairs that the cane needs to be replaced, how much cane will I need?
bean2017 on Jan 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'd plan on at least an inch over on each side, so 18" - 20"" wide by 22" - 23" per chair.
Better to spend a little more than be caught short. Closed weave cane can bunch up more easily
so you should remove excess before setting into the groove.
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