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How to untie a tight knot in a rope?

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Throw an old rag/glove over the knot. Then take a pair of channelocks or pump pliers and put them on the knot with the rag as a protector of the rope fibers. Work the pliers back and forth and side to side until you see the knot working loose a
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1. Work with dry shoelaces. If the laces are wet, or even damp, the knot can tighten and be more difficult to work with. Allow wet shoelaces to dry before attempting to loosen the
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well no one really untied it Alexander the great got his sword and cut the knot and calmed he untied it and everyone believed he was distend for greatness.
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