Thanks for the advice, I was originally going to change the string as it's already started leaving hairs everywhere and was the only option I had at hand at the time. Definitely getting some new string ASAP!Nice man coming along good, only thing I wanna say is to switch to the black non fraying higher quality string ASAP! That type of rope/string gets stuck to the buds during flower when it gets sticky and will leave little plastic fibers on the final product. I'd recommend setting up the new string while the old strings are still attached then remove the old ones, so you can keep the same positions on the early forming canopy.
That type of string is from black market techniques for more yield, go the medical oriented route and switch to non harmful string for training canopies.