Model # CF0420W

Internet #202184168

Store SO SKU #1000065851

HUSKY 20 ft. x 100 ft. Whites 4 mil Plastic Sheeting
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HUSKY

20 ft. x 100 ft. Whites 4 mil Plastic Sheeting

$11500 /each

Product Overview

Use the 20 ft. x 100 ft. Plastic Sheeting for your next construction or do-it-yourself project. This white polyethylene film is 4 mil thick and can cover up to 2,000 sq. ft. Use this heavy-duty coverall to winterize windows or as a drop cloth while painting.
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Product Overview

Use the 20 ft. x 100 ft. Plastic Sheeting for your next construction or do-it-yourself project. This white polyethylene film is 4 mil thick and can cover up to 2,000 sq. ft. Use this heavy-duty coverall to winterize windows or as a drop cloth while painting.

Product Overview

Use the 20 ft. x 100 ft. Plastic Sheeting for your next construction or do-it-yourself project. This white polyethylene film is 4 mil thick and can cover up to 2,000 sq. ft. Use this heavy-duty coverall to winterize windows or as a drop cloth while painting.

Specifications

Dimensions

Sheet Length (ft.)
100
Sheet Width (ft.)
20

Details

Color Family
Whites
Film Type
Consumer Sheeting
Flame retardant
No
Paint Product Type
Plastic Sheeting
Product Weight (lb.)
39.44lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tarps, Drop Cloths & Plastic Sheeting Product Type
Plastic Sheeting

Specifications

Dimensions

Sheet Length (ft.)
100
Sheet Width (ft.)
20

Details

Color Family
Whites
Film Type
Consumer Sheeting
Flame retardant
No
Paint Product Type
Plastic Sheeting
Product Weight (lb.)
39.44lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tarps, Drop Cloths & Plastic Sheeting Product Type
Plastic Sheeting

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Questions & Answers

Is this product transparent or will it block light?

Asked by: Danny
That answer is not helpful. "Not transparent" can still mean translucent rather than opaque. That was the precise question. I'm wondering the same thing. So is this transparent (clear), translucent (lets some light through but not clear), or opaque (light doesn't get through and it's impossible to see through)? Since its spec is "white," I think we can assume not transparent. That leaves two options.
Answered by: Sam
Date published: 2016-08-31
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