Green Poly Tarps
The Tarps Plus brand poly green tarps are used widely by the consumers of all kinds. Similar to our other heavy duty poly tarps, it also provides 100% weather proof with a high mesh count and a durable poly coating.
Dark Forest Green Tarps - Blends Into Environment
6 oz. Per Square Yrd.
- 1200 Denier - 14x14 Mesh Count
Green tarp finished size is approx. 6" or up to 3% smaller
- Grommets Approx. Every 18 Inches
- Water Proof
- Acid Defiant
- Heavy Duty Green Poly Tarp
- Mildew Resistant
- Tear Resistant
- Arctic Flexibility
Mil is the measuring unit equivalent to a thousandth of an inch. It is a unit of thickness. This is how you convert mil to inch: 14 mil/1000 = .014 in.
Denier is the mass in grams per nine thousand meters. This unit is used in measuring the linear mass density of fibers.
These green tarps Are Sold By The Case - Individual Tarps can be found by clicking on "For Single Tarp Click Here"
Green Tarps 6.5 oz Sold by the Case
Need strong green tarps? We only carry super tough green tarps!
We carry 8’x10’ green tarps that easily blend into your backyard or any park like environment. Our super tough Forest Green tarps 8’x10’ are tear resistant and will stay flexible in extreme arctic conditions.
15 Tarps Per Case
Take Some Green Poly Tarps For Camping
As summer approaches, many families thoughts will turn toward camping. When packing for the next camping trip, be sure to take a good supply of green tarps. These inexpensive plastic poly tarps can help the family to be more comfortable while living in the outdoors.
One of the first places the camping family will find use for a green tarp is to secure the load of equipment for traveling from home to the camping spot. Whether transporting everything in the back of a pickup, in a trailer or on top of a vehicle, everything will arrive dry and protected from road hazards if covered in a tarp.
Before setting up the tent, spread a large tarp on the ground. This ground cloth will prevent moisture from the ground from seeping up into the floor of the tent. When it is time to break camp, the tent floor will still be clean as it did not come in contact with the ground. Turn the tarp over and sweep with a broom to remove any debris from the plastic before packing it away.
If there is equipment or supplies that need to be stored at the campsite but that cannot fit into the tent, cover them with a tarp. The tarp can be secured using large stones to weight down the edges or by driving tent spikes through the grommets into the ground. In addition to providing a waterproof shelter, the tent keeps your properties out of sight.
In windy areas, a green poly tarp can be used to provide a windbreak. Use bungee cords to secure a tarp between two poles that have been planted into the ground. The bungees provide enough give to protect the tarp from the wind and the tarp can protect the campsite. In cold weather camping, the heat of the campfire is more effective at warming the campers.
When heading on your next camping trip, do not forget the green poly tarps.