Clear Tarpaulins 170gsm Mono Cover Tarp Waterproof

(5 customer reviews)

£16.99£160.99 Excluding Vat

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Description

Clear Tarpaulin 170gsm Mono Cover Tarp Waterproof
The Mono Cover Tarpaulin is a competitively priced, mid-grade sheet which is suitable for use where a more rugged cover is required. It is constructed with a multifilament grid which is then laminated in LD polyethylene.

Currently available in seven sizes and two colours (Green or Clear); the Mono Cover Tarpaulin is widely used for covering hay, boat covers, roofing, construction and horticulture. The Clear Mono Cover is ideal for applications where you may need to work under the sheet, as it allows approx 70% light transmission. Also extremely popular as a cover over rabbit hutches and chicken coops.

Features:
1. Waterproof
2. 3 x 3 Multifilament Grid
3. 170 gsm
4. Rotproof, Shrinkproof & UV Protected
5. Aluminium eyelets at 1 metre intervals on all four sides
6. Plastic Corner Reinforcements
7. Colours Available: Clear
8. Available in 7 sizes

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5 reviews for Clear Tarpaulins 170gsm Mono Cover Tarp Waterproof

  1. Tom Hardy

    This is a great quality tarp by far. It served its purpose protecting my car boot whilst I took some garden rubbish to the tip but I wouldn’t use it for much more than that.

    Overall I am mostly happy with my purchase, as I was not expecting a strong, heavy duty tarp.

  2. Luke Harper

    Firstly, for the price, this product is great. You won’t get a tarp like this for this price elsewhere, other ones at this price range have significant flaws.

  3. Sara Clifton

    I’ve had one of these for approximately 6 months not and so far had no issues. It has been used for a variety of tasks including a trailer cover, emergency shed roof hole cover, ground sheet for a paddling pool, and is now in residence at the bottom of the garden covering over a patch of land in order light starve the weed infestation that’s growing down there. I have put it through it’s paces and so far the stitching is mostly holding firm and the material has not ripped nor done the thing where the material stands stretch apart like many cheaper tarps do. I’ve now ordered a few more to use in the garden as it’s cheaper than weed matting.

  4. Thomas shelby

    There are some flaws, the eyelets aren’t all spaced evenly (although only out by the odd centimetre at most) and some of them are not clipped in properly, however, they have held true so far whilst under tension from bungees and the edges are doubled over to give it extra strength there. The material is relatively thin so it might compromise the (already minimal) thermal properties of tarps. It’s easy to cut down to size if needs be (although you would loose the eyelets at the edge if doing so).

  5. Sara John

    Bought 2 of these for my wood pile, which was open to the rain. I put one underneath and one on top and over the last few weeks they have kept the logs for my wood burner brilliantly dry. Very happy with them.

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