White / Grey Poly Tarps
Tarps - Super Heavy Duty Poly Tarpaulin
6.0 oz. Per Square Yard. -1200 Denier - 14x14 Weave Count
White Grey tarp finished size is approx. 6" or up to 3% smaller
- Grommets Every 18 Inches
- Acid Resistant
- Water Proof
- Heavy Duty Poly Tarp
- Mildew Defiant
- Rope Reinforced
- 14 Mil Thickness
- Does not stiffen in freezing conditions
- Tear Resistant
- UV Treated on Both Sides
These Tarps Are Sold By The Case - Individual Tarps can be found by clicking on "For Single Tarp Click Here"
About Grey And White Tarps
White / Grey Poly Tarps Sold by the Case
Grey And White Tarps are used for many reasons. They are so versatile that they have become one of the most popular items on many peoples shopping list and they continue to sell as people discover the benefits of this underrated product.
Tarps are used to cover larger items or areas for many reasons. One of these reasons includes covering a vehicle so that it does not get damaged by harsh sunlight, rain or dirt. The tarp ensures that the vehicle is in perfect condition when the tarp is removed.
Another use for the grey and white tarps is to cover baseball fields. This is so that rain and other elemental forces do not damage the terrain and influence the playing conditions. Tarp has not only been used as a baseball field covering but for a variety of other sports fields including cricket and soccer fields.
These poly tarps are available in many different sizes and it is best to choose one that will suit your particular needs. Using a tarp to protect valuable items or areas that you do not want to be damaged is a cheap way to prevent extra and unnecessary costs of replacing or repairing these items and areas.
A poly tarp is simple to use. Simply cover the area you wish to protect and tie the tarp down using tarp ties. This will ensure that the tarp is not blown away by wind or accidentally removed by either a person or animal. This will ensure that your good remain protected and secure.
Tarps are made from a variety of different materials and the correct choice out of these will depend on what kind of task you have in mind for the tarp and the amount you are willing to spend. Speaking to a professional will help you decide on the correct material for you.