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Are you looking for a tarpaulin in different sizes and weights in green? The tarpaulins are waterproof, and are widely used as a construction cover to cover building materials. In addition, they can act as a cover to protect objects in your garden from the weather, or as a ground sheet for a tent. Wovar's green, waterproof tarpaulins are made of HDPE and PP reinforcing wire, which makes the tarpaulins extremely strong.
Frequently asked questions
What is a tarpaulin?
A tarpaulin is a waterproof fabric used to cover, for example, building materials. Additionally, many people use tarpaulins to cover objects in the garden, such as garden furniture, a lounge set, or the BBQ. With a tarpaulin, you can protect these objects from rain and other precipitation. The tarpaulin also prevents discolouration, as it blocks UV-rays.
How do I fasten a tarpaulin?
All Wovar's tarpaulins are equipped with aluminium eyelets. You can find those eyelets around the edges of the fabric, one every 100 cm. These eyelets are used to secure the tarpaulin. You can use rope, ball bungees, tensioners, or carabiners to fasten the fabric. Make sure the wind cannot get a hold of the tarpaulin.
Are tarpaulins waterproof?
Wovar's tarpaulins are waterproof. This means the tarpaulins offer great protection against rain and other kinds of precipitation. They are made of HDPE and PP reinforcing wire, which makes the tarpaulins incredibly strong and suitable for all kinds of weather.
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