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Sigman

Model BPF005007

Internet #203217261

5 ft. x 7 ft. Blue Tarp

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$4.57 /each

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  • Poly fabric resists UV, water and mildew
  • Heat-sealed seams and reinforced edges for added durability
  • Eco-friendly design is washable, reusable and recyclable

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All-purpose blue poly tarps are widely used in construction, farming, boating, camping, landscaping, roofing and a variety of other applications. This blue tarp is made of woven reinforced polyethylene fabrics with heat-sealed seams and is water and tear resistant. The edges are reinforced with poly rope for added strength, while built-in UV protection helps prevent sun damage. Blue on both sides, these eco-friendly 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
  • 5 ft. x 7 ft. tarp covers area of up to approximately 35 square feet
  • 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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will a 5/7 tarp fit a bike that is 62x29.5x38

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It's 5 ft x 7 ft. Yes.
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December 4, 2012
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Not sure what you mean by "fit" but I have to guess no. The tarp is 60x84. However, it could cover it enough to protect the top of the bike from rain. They are cheap enough, I suggest buying one and seeing if it does enough.
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It may not fit completely but it will provide coverage for at least the top half.
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Assuming the dimension given is 62 in (L) x 29.5 (W) x 38 (Height), a 5 ft. x 7 ft. tarp is not large enough if you want the tarp to drape down on the side for full 38 inches. To fully cover the bike including the sides, you need to have a minimum length of 38 + 62 + 38 = 138 inches and a minimum width of 38 + 29.5 + 38 = 105.5 inches. Translating to feet, you will need a tarp of approximate size of 12 Read More
Assuming the dimension given is 62 in (L) x 29.5 (W) x 38 (Height), a 5 ft. x 7 ft. tarp is not large enough if you want the tarp to drape down on the side for full 38 inches. To fully cover the bike including the sides, you need to have a minimum length of 38 + 62 + 38 = 138 inches and a minimum width of 38 + 29.5 + 38 = 105.5 inches. Translating to feet, you will need a tarp of approximate size of 12 ft x 9 ft. If you don't need the tarp to fully drape all the way down on the sides, you might want to try a slightly smaller size such as 10 ft x 8 ft.
BTW, when selecting a tarp, try to use a heavy duty tarp if possible. In general a heavy duty tarp is stronger and has better UV resistance. Read Less
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Can I use this type to cover a hhole in the roof until it is repaired.....for about 2 weeks??

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May 29, 2016
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Yes. Make sure install it properly. Consult a roofing professional if needed.
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How thick is the tarp? 3 mil or 5 mil

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May 23, 2016
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Sigman 5 ft. x 7 ft. Blue Tarp fabric is 5 MIL thick.
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will it cover chairs in photo

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January 11, 2016
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Not sure what you were asking exactly. If you were asking whether the Sigman 5 ft. x 7 ft. Blue Tarp can cover chairs in a photo shoot, the answer is probably yes. However, the blue tarp will show up in the photo if the tarp is in the picture framing.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does The Job I use this tarp to cover a 4x6 skylight. The skylight is not tinted, so the tarp blocks some of the brightness from coming in. It's overall thickness is in the medium range. The only negative is this size tarp is not sold at my local Home Depot, but I ordered online and it was shipped to HD for customer pickup. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by You can't beat the price. A great buy. You can't beat the price. I bought 2 and will get more - at that price who cares if it gets torn/ounctured. Just replace it. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ok for the price I got this to hang off an easy up and didn't want to spend a lot of $. I ordered 3. They came in earlier than expected and we're OK for the price. Kinda on the thin side. I would buy a much nicer one if you really needed a sturdy tarp. But for me just hanging it up it worked great. May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap gate cover For a gardener this may work...but for a gate cover its terrible. I got 17 of them and all of the ones that i put up have ripped at the metal loop. Very weak...which explains the price. June 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap and useful I bought these to make a temporary fence with some t posts planted in 5 gallon homer buckets filled with dirt and weighed down with 6 cinder blocks each. They were fine- for like a day. Then the wind picked up and knocked some down. Put them back up and some fell again or ripped right at the grommets(Attached with zip ties) after several days. So not really good for making a fence unless you attach them to a wood frame-otherwise they just act as huge wind sails(Hey maybe you could use some as an emergency/spare sail on your sailboat!) But that said they are cheap(price went up by .33 cents, oh well) and the best bargain I could find so experimenting with it's various uses will not be a huge gamble. I keep on buying them when needed, so yeah( Wow, can't believe I wrote all this for a tarp. I need a hobby.) June 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dont waste your money If you live anywhere where desert wind blows dont waste your money Spend more on tarps. I bought 17 of these to cover my fenced yard...most of them have torn apart (within days), at the silver rings. The rings completely seperated from the tarp. Not sturdy whatsoever I expected better even for the price. Waste...highly dissapointed May 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good size for combining to cover firewood Best value I've found for covering wood piles. Next best thing to building a shed. I've purchased better but they still have limited life and cost too much for this purpose. February 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Useful Product and Can't Beat the Price The price for the tarps are great (very inexpensive; a little over $2.00/ea). We have many uses for the tarps (using them for camping and boating purposes, and using them at the beach to lay towels and bags on). We also use the tarps on one side of our screened in pool enclosure to protect us from sun and wind. So I would recommend this product to anyone who has many uses for tarps and are looking for a great value. April 2, 2013
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