Cut a length of cording to your desired length. Place a crimp end on one end of the cording--position the loop or hook so it is facing the correct way, taking into account the curve of the cording. Using a pair of chain-nose pliers, compress the center section of the crimp tube. Pull on the cording to assure the crimp is secure. If there is any movement, realign the cording and crimp then compress more firmly.
Add and position the second crimp end to the other end of the length of cording. Compress the center section with chain-nose pliers. Test to make sure it is secure. If necessary, realign and compress more firmly.
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