Everyone has their own way of cleaning up rope after using it.
Here, I'll explain a way to clean up rope that you can use when transporting your own rope, or after you've borrowed rope from an S&M bar or similar places.
Just allowing people to watch you cleaning up rope properly should show them that you're experienced.
Of course, certain establishments have their own way of putting away rope, so please just use this as food for thought.
For information on how to care for rope normally, please look at the "Rope Care" section.
On this site, we start cleaning up rope from the rope head.
If you start from the tails, it makes you lose sight of the center, which means the rope can't immediately be used after being undone.
Use this when you want to hang the rope on a wall.
This is especially convenient when hanging it on walls at bars and so on.
Use this method if you're in a hurry.
This may just look like I'm coiling it around and around, but it's a little different.
Apparently, many famous kinbakushi use this method in porn films.
It's a very messy method, but I actually recommend this one.
Why? Because it doesn't tie the rope too tightly, which makes it harder for the rope to get warped.