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HDX 20 ft. x 100 ft. Clear 6 mil Plastic Sheeting
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HDX

20 ft. x 100 ft. Clear 6 mil Plastic Sheeting

  • Recycled Polyethethylene
  • Heavy-Duty
  • Commonly used as a vapor barrier
$98.00 /each
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Price Valid : 08/08/2016 - 01/30/2017
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The HDX 20 ft. x 100 ft. plastic sheeting is a general-purpose plastic film for use in a variety of construction and DIY applications. 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 slabs as a curing blanket.

  • Made of polyethylene
  • 6 mil thickness
  • Clear (natural) color
  • 2,000 sq. ft.
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Is this polyethylene breathable?

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August 24, 2016
I know it can act as a moisture barrier, but does is allow air to pass through?
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September 20, 2016
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no, definitely not.
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August 31, 2016
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No, this product is not considered "breathable".
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August 25, 2016
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This plastic sheeting does not allow air to pass through it.
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Is it safe for wrapping a screened porch that doesn't have screen panels, for the winter Lots of snow comes comes toward

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November 6, 2015
It, heavy at times!
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September 20, 2016
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yes, it is flexible and pretty durable. will it stay flexible in a cold location? i dont know, but it works ok in high heat for solarizing.
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December 15, 2015
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I used this on a greenhouse and it has stood up to a few snows so far this year with no trouble. I was worried about snow piling on it, but if you install vertically it should hold up fine. Just be careful installing it. The best way would be the same way screens are installed in their frames. I sandwiched the plastic between two wooden strips and screwed those together to form a tight seal all along the Read More
I used this on a greenhouse and it has stood up to a few snows so far this year with no trouble. I was worried about snow piling on it, but if you install vertically it should hold up fine. Just be careful installing it. The best way would be the same way screens are installed in their frames. I sandwiched the plastic between two wooden strips and screwed those together to form a tight seal all along the length of the plastic, that way it wont rip as easily.
FYI, this plastic is opaque so you won't be able to see through it very well. Read Less
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November 9, 2015
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This is a construction grade film with no UV inhibitors. It is not intended for prolonged exposure to the elements.
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If I use this to wrap up my straw bales for the winter, it is thick enough to protect the straw

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i used landscape staples to attach to the ground. i think straw would puncture it, although if you are just placing it gently on top of the bale, it would hold up. it is tough, but yiu can poke a hole in it.
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December 8, 2015
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Yes you can 6mm thickness is high quality....
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October 30, 2015
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This is a construction grade film and is not designed to be left outdoors for extended periods. It does not contain any UV inhibitors and is not intended for prolonged exposure to the elements.
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Is the plastic clear or opaqe? Do you know if anyone has used it as an insulation barrier for a steeple roof?

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Looking for an inexpensive solution to lower heating costs in the winter for a steeple roof.

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it is translucent, not clear.
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Not sure about its value in roofing, but it is opaque. Good enough for a greenhouse, but not as a window.
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6 mil is the thickest rolls of plastic we carry in our stores, and it's a slight opaque, sort of frosted in appearance.
If you install it correctly, this can be an inexpensive way to cut down on some heating costs. However, coupled with insulation, that can even go further to cut down on your utility bill.
Some insulation aren't too pricey, and work even better than sheet plastics in some Read More
6 mil is the thickest rolls of plastic we carry in our stores, and it's a slight opaque, sort of frosted in appearance.
If you install it correctly, this can be an inexpensive way to cut down on some heating costs. However, coupled with insulation, that can even go further to cut down on your utility bill.
Some insulation aren't too pricey, and work even better than sheet plastics in some instances.
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20 ft. x 100 ft. Clear 6 mil Plastic Sheeting is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disintegrated after 2 months outdoors I have been using 6 mil clear polyethylene sheet for a swimming pool cover for many years. I make a new one every spring and they last through a New England summer (about 4 months). This material disintegrated after 2 months. 6 Mil polyethylene is typically a milky white color; this material is a milky gray color. This color may due to a high recycle or contaminant content. This sheeting is definitely inferior to those I have been using for the the last 20 years.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a very heavy but pliable plastic. It did very well covering file and storage boxes. Holds... This is a very heavy but pliable plastic. It did very well covering file and storage boxes. Holds easily with tape without tearing. The only downside is the way it is folded on the roll. You would expect if you cut up the middle of the roll you would get two 10' wide pieces but it is quad folded from the center out on the roll so you get two 8' wide pieces and two 2' wide pieces. If you want to half it you need to unfold it first.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from definitely NOT clear unfortunately, everything home depot sells that USED to be clear is now translucent. why?? i had the same problem with a shower curtain they labeled "clear"! they should change the description. i'm using this to solarize a lawn, and i think it would be better if it were clear to trap solar heat. it's hard to see if the grass is turning brown through the thick translucent film.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Calling this plastic sheeting “clear” is WRONG. People (including me) use it for greenhouses. I b... Calling this plastic sheeting “clear” is WRONG. People (including me) use it for greenhouses. I bought a roll and used it to re-cover my large greenhouse. It has reduced the light level inside the greenhouse by around 50%. When standing inside on a bright sunny day, you can barely see shadows. THIS PRODUCT IS WHITE, NOT CLEAR. 6 mil clear plastic sheeting is never perfectly clear. It typically has a milky-white appearance, but is still clear enough to allow 70 – 80% of sunlight to pass through. Just look at the photos provided with the product listing; they show what clear plastic should look like. There is a photo of plastic sheeting covering a stack of lumber, and another photo of it being used as a vapor barrier on an insulated wall. THESE MAY BE PHOTOS OF WHAT HOME DEPOT SOLD IN THE PAST, BUT THEY ARE NOT THE SHEETING THEY SELL TODAY. This plastic has virtually no clarity. If you were to use this on a wall as shown in the photo, you might not even be able to tell if there was insulation behind the plastic or not. Or, here’s another example you can try at home. Get two clear 16 oz. (or .5 liter) drinking glasses. Fill the first glass with water, then add about 3 or 4 drops of milk and stir. Fill the second glass with milk; no water at all. Hold each glass up to a bright light. The first glass is the clarity of 6 mil clear plastic sold in the past. The glass containing only milk demonstrates the “clear” sheeting they sell today. Personally, I believe that this change may have happened in recent months or years (it has been several years since the last time I needed to buy this 6 mil sheeting), and Home Depot might not even be aware of the change. Their vendor might say “it has always been this way,” but even their own photos prove differently. It still seems to be quality plastic in terms of durability; I’d give it a five-star rating if it was being sold as WHITE plastic sheeting. But for me, this was a waste of $98, because I needed CLEAR, and now I’m stuck. It is installed. Taking it down and replacing it would cost me far more in time and manpower than the $98 I’d get as a refund. If necessary, I’ll just use grow lights during daytime hours this winter.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good quality I purchased this roll of 6 mil plastic sheeting to use in solarizing some weedy soil inside a greenhouse. The plastic was in very good shape when received, and it was not difficult to unroll the length I needed. It appears to be doing the job for which it was purchased.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent It is excellent for the money , to be used as a vapor barrier on concrete , perfect size so is not much cuting and taping
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Its not clear Its not clear at all. Its white, lots of shade. Dont use it for greenhouse
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It did it's job. It was used to cover Brick on a job.It did not tear in the wind
Date published: 2016-12-06
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