"I haven`t had any luck with finding any HDPE in Canada, but if we order from the state, might as well order directly from a distributor rather than pay the mark up to hoopsupplies. Unless you want only enough to make one or two hoops. "
"I don't have a supply of HDPE. I wish we could easily get that and polypro up here. I'm seriously thinking about ordering some tubing from HoopSupplies and driving across the border to get it. I would be willing to make a…"
"I didn't have any luck trying to find HDPE here. From what I understand, our building codes are different than the US, and that's mainly what tubing is manufactured for, lol. They just don't think about hula hoops :)
"When you use the brass 3/4" pex coupling with the crimp rings the connection is made to withstand 200 pounds of water pressure, so it will never come apart. 3/4" grey barbed couplings wil slide right in, but it the joint could come open.…"
"Hey I live on Vancouver island. I use plumbing wholesalers (andrew sherets ltd, bartle and gibson, emco ltd, wolseley mechanical) for 1", 3/4", 1/2" pex pipe ( they are a heavier hoop that uses a coupling and two crimp rings). corix…"
"oh gosh, each of my hoops I have taped with love. Just one day with me and they show wear and tare, so i am worried for you and your hoops. i think 150 for 15 hoops with drop/pick up is just fine. cause you may have to replace them all. just to help…"
"my hula hoop instructor told me that the hoop will travel to the tip of the cone, whether that be your "bunny ear" or "chicken wing" of an arm, or your mid section or your chest. Think of your waist as the base of the cone, your…"