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Internet #204711639

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HDX 10 ft. x 100 ft. Black 6 mil Plastic Sheeting
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HDX

10 ft. x 100 ft. Black 6 mil Plastic Sheeting

$59.98 / each
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$50.98 / each
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Price Valid : 05/01/2017 - 07/31/2017
Receive 15% off when you buy 4 or more of this item. Discount reflected in cart.

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The HDX 10 ft. x 100 ft. Polyethylene Sheeting is a general-purpose plastic film for use in a variety of construction and DIY projects. This heavy-duty plastic can be used to cover crawl spaces and as a temporary cover for equipment and supplies. Commonly used under concrete slabs as a vapor barrier and on top of freshly poured concrete slabs as a curing blanket.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this keep light out?

Asked by: Jdmchoes
This product is black and a heavy thickness, so yes it does keep out light.
Answered by: Jake
Date published: 2017-02-17

Is this plastic sheeting fire retardant?

If yes, can you pls send us the sheet or the conformation that it is fire retardant.
Asked by: dani
wouldn't call it fire retardant but does not burn readily
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2016-12-20

Is the sheeting moisture and tear resistant

Is the sheeting moisture and tear resistant
Asked by: Pam
Yes. We're using it for a landscape cover with gravel on top. It survived a thunderstorm with high winds and the water puddled on top. The gravel had not yet been shoveled on top of the plastic. It is very thick and durable.
Answered by: Deb
Date published: 2017-04-10

Can this be used as an underlayment for Pergo XP flooring?

Asked by: BobS
Technically, this plastic is a vapor barrier, NOT an underlayment. If you are installing Pergo XP (it has a built in underlayment on the planks already), only use a vapor barrier like this plastic if you are installing over concrete. Do not use a vapor barrier over wood.
Answered by: JosephHDATL
Date published: 2017-05-09
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