Blue Canvas Tarps
Our Tarps Plus brand blue canvas tarps are manufactured with our premium blue canvas tarp cotton canvas. These Blue Canvas Tarps are made for optimum sun protection and shade, constructed with the highest quality materials. The blue canvas tarps are 100% industrial grade cotton canvas which can be folded up or rolled up and can travel just about anywhere you need protection from the sun.
Blue Canvas Tarps - Heavy Duty Cotton Canvas Tarp
16 oz. Per Square Yard. - Super Heavy Duty Mesh Gage
The Blue canvas tarps are sold individually
For natural/untreated Canvas tarps, give us a call at 1-800-838-3057
- Grommets Approx. Every 2 Feet
- Tear Defiant
- Heavy Duty Canvas Tarp
- High Quality Cotton
*The finished cut size is approx. 6" or up to 3% smaller
All About Blue Canvas Tarps
Blue Canvas Tarps
The blue canvas tarps are an absolute must have in every home, car, camping kit, boaters kit, etc. A tarp is used to cover and protect the things that are under it from weather, exposure, animals, and other things like that. A very common use for tarps is to cover things in the back of a truck when moving. By using the tarp the owners are protecting their things from road dust, weather, and bugs.
Canvas tarps can be used to line things that require some type of lining in order to remain separated, like in the construction of a small home made pond the landscaper might dig the hole for the pond then line it with waterproof tarps before filling it with the sand or gravel and water. Covering firewood in the winter so that it stays dry is another common use for tarps.
Camping is a fun way to use a canvas tarp. They can be used to provide cover for the tents or eating areas so that campers can be dry while they sleep and not get sunburned while they eat.
This is one type of tarp that everyone in the house can probably assemble. Most canvas tarps are merely a large sheet of material with holes evenly spaced around the edges that are used to secure the tarp to whatever it is being used with. The only materials needed are typically a couple lengths of sturdy rope for suspending over tents and using as a canopy as well as for tying the tarp around something or bungee cords and sometimes poles or stakes if it is a tarp made specifically for use as a canopy.
It is plain to see that blue canvas tarps are practically a necessity at some point or another. They are easy to use, easy to store, and not overly heavy.
*Caution color may bleed