Model # RSHD3510-25C-2

Internet #204711655

Store SKU #432350

HDX 10 ft. x 25 ft. Clear 3.5 mil Plastic Sheeting (2-Pack)
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HDX

10 ft. x 25 ft. Clear 3.5 mil Plastic Sheeting (2-Pack)

$1798 /each
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Product Overview

HDX 10 ft x 25 ft Plastic Sheeting is a general-purpose plastic film for use in a variety of construction and DIY applications. This medium-duty sheeting can be used as a drop cloth for paint protection. Also commonly used as a vapor barrier between drywall and insulation.

Specifications

Dimensions

Sheet Length (ft.)
25
Sheet Width (ft.)
10

Details

Color Family
Clear
Film Type
Consumer Sheeting
Flame retardant
No
Paint Product Type
Plastic Sheeting
Product Weight (lb.)
8.38lb
Professional Paint Supplies & Values
Pro Supplies
Tarps, Drop Cloths & Plastic Sheeting Product Type
Plastic Sheeting

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Customer Questions & Answers

What kind of plastic is this made of

Asked by: Brad
This item is made out of polyethylene.
Answered by: Poly-America
Date published: 2017-06-27

Is this product 2 12.5 rolls???

Asked by: Brudder
The rolls are each 10 x 25 ft.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-01-30

Do i have to buy the whole roll If I buy the clear plastic sheets because all I need is the size of my car window

Asked by: Khmer
Hello Khmer, Thank you for your inquiry with The HomeDepot.com. The 10 ft. x 25 ft. Clear 3.5 mil Plastic Sheeting (2-Pack) is a store exclusive item and is not sold or stocked online. Please reach out to your local store for assistance with this item. I hope this was helpful. Thank you for shopping The Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2017-06-03

Will this product shrink with heat?

Wanting to seal my porch screens to keep the snow and debris off my porch. Screens are framed. If I wrapped the frames could I use my heat gun to shrink the plastic for a more professional look?
Asked by: Iceman1
This is a construction grade film and is not intended to be heat-shrunk.
Answered by: Poly-America
Date published: 2016-11-21
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