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Pratt Retail Specialties 20 in. x 1000 ft. Stretch Film
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Pratt Retail Specialties

20 in. x 1000 ft. Stretch Film

  • Comes with 2 convenient handles for easy application
  • Plastic film sticks only to itself, not to objects
  • Safely secures boxes during storage or transit
$21.96 /each

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Product Overview

OXO-Biodegradable stretch films are environmentally sustainable and completely biodegradable. Use stretch films to wrap and protect furniture, keep doors and drawers closed and bundle oddly shaped tools and sports equipment. The elasticity of the stretched film keeps items secure and tightly packed.

  • Features EZ-squeeze handles
  • Handles make unrolling and using the stretch film much easier than standard rolls
  • Squeezing the handle places tension on the film roll to allow the film to be pulled tight
  • Completely biodegrades in UV sunlight or in the landfill in approximately 2 years
  • Provides surface protection from dirt and staining during moving and storage
  • Leaves no adhesive or residue
  • Use to secure bubble cushion to mirrors and pictures
  • Click here to calculate all your moving needs

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Will this keep moisture out? I wish to wrap #10 cans to keep from rusting in damp basement.

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August 29, 2016
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The 20 in. x 1000 ft. Stretch Film is not designed to be waterproof, and cannot be guaranteed to keep your cans from rusting.
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August 27, 2016
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I don't know. It does a good job keeping dust out. I use it to wrap my artificial Christmas Tree.
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August 27, 2016
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The wrap if applied in a couple of layers will seal reasonably well. The problem a damp basement poses is the high humidity and this can get into any small crevise which may exist so the film will not provide a perfect seal.
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August 27, 2016
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This film is not designed to work as a moisture barrier.
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Can I use this to wrap a 3 seat recliner sofa and loveseat?? Will one roll be enough? And wrap a full sz box sp & mattre

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October 18, 2016
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i was able to wrap 2 Queen mattresses and a queen boxspring and a little left over. The 1,000' run out pretty fast if you wrap well.
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August 11, 2016
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Whether one roll of the 20 in. x 1000 ft. Stretch Film will wrap your items depends largely on the size of those items. We would not recommend putting the stretch film directly over leather. The recommended way to protect your furniture would be to cover it with a moving blanket and then to use the stretch film to secure that blanket.
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August 10, 2016
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That all depends on the length and height of the recliner sofa and loveseat. Also the amount of layers for protection. This product is 20" x 1000'. So measure the outside perimeter lengths of the loveseat and recliner sofa. Then use the Perimeter formula 2(L+W) L= length of couch W= width of couch. (Do this in Feet) For each wrap you go around the sofa or loveseat it will consume a linear footage and Read More
That all depends on the length and height of the recliner sofa and loveseat. Also the amount of layers for protection. This product is 20" x 1000'. So measure the outside perimeter lengths of the loveseat and recliner sofa. Then use the Perimeter formula 2(L+W) L= length of couch W= width of couch. (Do this in Feet) For each wrap you go around the sofa or loveseat it will consume a linear footage and keep subtracting it from the 1000 ft.
Exam: Sofa measures 7'-0" x 4'-0" 2(7+4) = 22'-0" This would be one wrap around the couch.
1000'-0"-22'-0" = 978'-0" (Remaining length of stretch film)
Now how tall is it? Say 3'-0". This is equal to 36". The wrap is 20". So with a little overlap you can cover the outside perimeter with two single layers of wrap. Don't forget to add the area of the top. Read Less
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You should be able too but I don't know how airtight it might be without overlapping the wrap. I have used one roll to wrap my 7.0 Christmas tree for three years and still have enough left to do one more year. I think you would need more than one roll to wrap all the things you have listed - better too much than too little.
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Can I use this wrap to block breeze from coming through the window during winter?

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October 18, 2016
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This is a very thin nylon which is good for wrapping, not sure if it can last long
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May 2, 2016
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The 20"x1000' Stretch Film is not designed to winterize your windows. It is used to be wrapped around and around and adheres to itself.
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May 1, 2016
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Possibly - if the windows aren't metal. Not much sticks to the metal. I use it to wrap my artificial Christmas Tree. Saves on wear & tear on the assembly of the branches.
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I do not think this would be a good application. The problem is that this is relatively thin and will not adhere to the frame for any extended period. I suggest using one of the non stretch products and tape or better, one of the insulation products like that are designed to seal the window.
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Can this be used for bed wrap?

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August 10, 2016
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Yes, I used it to wrap my head board and foot board.
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Not sure what you mean by "bed wrap" but I use it to wrap my artificial Christmas tree and it keeps the dust off the branches and saves on wear and tear on assembly. If you are storing a mattress, it should be fine but if you are going to sleep on it, I wouldn't recommend it.
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February 7, 2016
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Not sure what you mean by bed wrap, but this product can be used to wrap any number of things.
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Yes, I used it to wrap twin beds that will be in storage until my son needs them for his children. It worked great!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 142 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Golf Ball Wrangling We have been hand shrink wrapping 30,000 used golf balls for resale to a customer in California using a product from an office supply house. The wrap and its application has been weak at best - as you can imagine not easy picking up that many individual balls as its being loaded into the truck due to a packaging failure - so we invested in the durable and much wider stretch film recommended by the folks at Home Depot and it was a brilliant success. "Sturdy enough to withstand an NFL offensive line" the boys said. October 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does it's job, good enough to wrap mattresses in NYC In NYC one is not allowed to take to the curb to dispose s an old mattress without wrapping it. This product although it isn't heavy duty, will be sufficient. I was able to wrap up 2 queen size mattresses and a queen box-springs, so total of 3 pieces. The leftover wasn't enough to wrap properly a 4th mattress. This product comes with 2 end-pieces that supposed to help unfold the nylon from its core. But they tend to fall off, and one of them wasn't rotate during wrapping. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tricky to handle, but did the job. The product did what I needed it to do (wrap a couch for storage). But unlike it's smaller cousin, this BIG roll of plastic wrap is a bit unwieldy. The orange handles on the ends help to let you pull and roll the roll of wrap, but keep it horizontal and keep your hands on both ends or those handles fall out of the tube. Also, since both of your hands will be occupied with the roll of wrap, you may want to get a partner to help manage whatever the thing is that you're wrapping. September 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not happy at all Roll of film was poorly packaged. The ends were curled under, so that could not use the film at all. Trying to unroll any led to ripping both edges continually. I haven't had chance yet to return it, but intend to October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stuff. I use it to wrap items to ship. Works great to protect my items. October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very great buying experience The item I bought was stretch film wrap. I used this to wrap a couple of pallets. The product worked great. September 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Plastic was hard to use Was Very hard to get wrap started. When stretching around palate was hard to keep tight and didn't secure boxes very well. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by stretch film even though it fell out of truck and ran over it it works great had to remove several wraps but is acceptable still depenses as should September 13, 2016
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