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Camouflaging fixed hangers 24-Oct-2018 At 5:58:04 AM Stugang
What I mean is that i reckon in most cases bolts are only visible in the first 10 m unless you are really looking for them. if the rock has varied colour and texture it’s even harder. So with a stick clip and a less visible bolt type you’ve probably avoided most problems unless you are grid bolting a mono colour face with big or shiny hangers.

At the same time if you are using big ugly hangers on a clean monochromatic face they’ll stick out like dogs balls regardless of whether they’re painted or not.

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