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Tarps are one of the most versatile products on the market. A myriad of uses coupled with a vast choice of materials makes them a top consideration for many uses.

Georgetown, Texas, July 26, 2021, According to Wiki, Tarpaulins are large sheets of strong, flexible, water resistant or waterproof material, often cloth such as canvas or polyester coated with polyurethane or made of plastics such as polyethylene. Tarpaulins often have reinforced grommets at the corners and along the sides to form attachment points for rope, allowing them to be tied down or suspended. This is just the beginning of the Tarp story.

New technology has seen improvements is how Tarps stand-up to adverse conditions. Of course, the wide range of material coatings and treatments will determine how durable a Tarp will be. At any rate, knowing that a Tarp can be Flame Resistant or Flame Retardant, water, and storm resistant, abrasion and tearing resistant, and more.

There is a reason why Tarps Plus™ dominates the online Tarp industry. It is because they actually sell Tarps that are guaranteed not to deteriorate or fall apart when used according to their specifications. Also, if they say a Tarp has a certain treatment, tests have shown that their Tarps are authentic and match the specs.

Here are two popular types of Tarps:

Their Vinyl Tarps  are waterproof, Made in the USA and have a high abrasion resistance. These vinyl tarps resist oil, acid, grease, and mildew. Tarps Plus vinyl tarps selection ranges from flame retardant vinyl tarps, vinyl coated tarps and vinyl trailer tarps. These vinyl tarps are ideal for agriculture, construction, industrial and trucks. Vinyl material costs more but is a standard for industries that require tarps which can withstand heavy demands or long-distance travel via trucks.

Different Types of Vinyl Tarps:

  • Heavy Duty Vinyl Tarps
  • Super Heavy Duty Vinyl Tarps
  • Flame Retardant Vinyl Tarps
  • Vinyl Coated Mesh Tarps
  • Clear Vinyl Tarps – 20 MIL
  • Clear Vinyl Tarps – 30 MIL
  • Fire Retardant Clear Vinyl Tarps

Tarps Plus Vinyl Tarps are guaranteed tough. They have heat sealed seams and are resistant to abrasions and tearing and can be frequently exposed to the sun with their resistance to ultraviolet rays. This type of Tarp is also resistant to liquids including oil and grease. Since it can resist oil and grease, they can be used for applications where oil-based substances are present.

Tarp Canopies:

Tarps Plus offers a diverse selection of Tarp Canopies in different sizes and colors. From heavy-duty frames with no edge tops to commercial-grade party tents with valance tops to lighter-duty pop-up tents.

All of their Tarp Tents are equipped with heavy-duty tarpaulin covers and are popular for protecting cars or patio shade. They can be purchased for a single car or a canopy that can protect two or more vehicles.

Even if this canopy is used for more than three months without taking it down, it can still retain its protective qualities. This includes protection from heat and the ultraviolet rays coming from the sun. The top cover is also waterproof, and water will not permeate the cover, it will slide down, instead. This product includes galvanized steel poles that will not rust regardless of exposure to the elements. The heavy-duty ball bungees allow an easy installation of the cover to the top of the frame.

Tarps have played a pivotal role in the Covid-19 Pandemic. They are being used for room barriers, privacy covers for makeshift emergency centers, shade for restaurant drive-throughs, and more.

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