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Early today I came up with a solution that I was planning to share with a post so this is perfectly timed.
I have no furniture that could support a jump stretch band so what I did was go to the local dollar store and bought a dog leash. I bought one made of flat webbing. I cut off the handle and a few extra inches. On the opposite end of the handle I tied an overhand not. Now, close the webbing in the door with the handle on your side. The knot will keep the webbing from passing through and since it is soft it should not cause any damage to the door. Loop your band through the handle and work yourself supple.
This could also be done by just purchasing flat webbing and tying a bowline or figure eight follow through on one end and the overhand on the other. However, my local REI is 45 minutes away and I actually had another project that needed a cut off end of a dog leash with the clip. Two project for $1. Can’t beat that. 🙂
With the system you can move the band high or low depending on where you need the band coming from just by moving it up or down before shutting it in the door.