Model # BPF030060

Internet #203217284

Sigman 30 ft. x 60 ft. Blue Tarp


30 ft. x 60 ft. Blue Tarp

  • Strong poly fabric resists UV rays, water, tearing and mildew
  • Sealed seams and reinforced edges for added durability
  • Eco-friendly design is washable, reusable and recyclable
$118.00 /each

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Product Overview

This Sigman Blue Heavy-Duty Tarp is the ideal accessory for all-weather use outdoors. Can be used for construction tarps, farm tarps, boating tarps, camping tarps, landscaping, roof tarps and other applications. Constructed of woven, reinforced polyethylene fabrics, these tarps feature heat-sealed seams and are water and tear resistant for a long-lasting use. The edges are reinforced with poly rope for added tarp strength. With built-in UV protection, these tarps are washable, reusable and recyclable.

  • Woven, reinforced poly fabric coated with UV-resistant poly on both sides; water and mildew resistant
  • Ideal for everyday, all-weather use outdoors; popular as roof tarps or for camping, farm and machinery covers
  • 30 ft. x 60 ft. tarp covers area of up to approximately 1800 sq. ft.
  • Heat-sealed seams and poly rope-reinforced hems around the edge for reinforcement
  • Rust-resistant grommets approximately every 3 feet for easy tie-down
  • Reusable and recyclable
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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this good as a swimming pool cover during the winter?

Asked by: nick
Sigman 30 ft. x 60 ft. Blue Tarp is not a swimming pool safety cover. However, people do use blue tarps as a cheap alternative to cover swimming pools. Please keep in mind this is just a tarp and it does not have any safety features of a swimming pool safety cover.
Answered by: Sigman Support
Date published: 2016-11-29

Is this tarp water tight?

Asked by: Jdk135
Sigman 30 ft. x 60 ft. Blue Tarp is waterproof. However, it is not designed to hold any water. The tarp must be installed with a sufficient pitch angle so that any rain water must run off the tarp. Furthermore, it cannot be used as a pond liner or any water container liner. The tarp must be inspected from time to time as it may deteriorate over time because of wind, weather, storms, UV and heat exposures.
Answered by: Sigman Support
Date published: 2016-03-09
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