SKU: 59039

HEAVY DUTY TARP 6.0M X 7.2M (19' x 24')

$ 67.95
$ 61.77
Sales price: $ 67.95
Sales price: $ 67.95
Heavy Duty Poly Tarp
TARP POLY H.D. 6.0M X 7.2M (19' x 24')
Hardware2u HeavyDuty Tarps are made from high qualitytriple layer construction. Each Hardware2u offer UV protection, with reinforced corners for strength and durability, Durable polycarbonate eyelets and are water resistant.


What is a Taupauline and why use them?



A tarpaulin is a piece of material which has been designed to to bewater resistant. Tarpaulins are used in a wide range of settings for everything from providing shelter from inclement weather to protecting flooring from paint drips.

Hardware2u sells a wide range tarpaulins or tarps as they are sometimes called, and it is also possible to purchaseother sizes through our Hardware2u store.Hardware2u heavy duty tarpaulin's are designed to resist high winds and airborne objects. and the edges are reinforced, making it easy for people to run rope through a tarpaulin to tie it to various objects. Hardware2u Tarps are produced in bright blue colors, which makes them very easy to spot.

A classic use of a tarpaulin is in camping. Tarps can be set down under tents to provide groundcover, and people can also sleep in the open air on a tarpaulin. Tarpaulins are also used to make improvised shelters and tents, or to create a covered cooking area. When a camping trip includes hunting, a tarpaulin can be a good spot to process kills, keeping them out of the dirt and creating a tidy workspace.

Around the house, tarpaulins can cover woodpiles, farming equipment, and an assortment of other things. Tarps can also be used as an emergency stopgap to cover broken windows and damaged roofs, preventing water from getting inside until the situation can be addressed. Some people also use tarpaulins for things like lining the beds of trucks and cars to transport messy items like plants, or as drapes for painting projects.

Most tarpaulins are designed to last a very long time, if they are well cared for. However, if they are left in contact with the ground or exposed to sunlight for an extended period of time, they will start to break down. People who are concerned about waste may want to periodically check on their tarps to make sure that they are still in good shape; tarps can also be patched, if holes from wear start to appear.