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Trimaco

Model 35140

Internet #202040749

Store SKU #359242

35 in. x 140 ft. Brown Builder's Paper

$10.97 / each
If you buy 4 or more
$9.32 / each
  • Great for paint clean up
  • Multipurpose
  • Protects floors from spills

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The Trimaco 35 in. x 140 ft. Brown Builder's Paper is an Economical Kraft construction paper which is large enough for several projects. It can be used as a paint drop cloth and runner or for general protection. Roll is easy to handle.

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For mailing clothes. Is it waterproof?

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November 9, 2015
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It is not waterproof.
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No.
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NOT waterproof!
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July 24, 2016
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no
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No, not waterproof
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No, this is not waterproof
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Not waterproof. Will also add to both bulk and weight to the parcel, and may increase your shipping costs.
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Dripping Springs, TX, USA
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Nothing is waterproof if you can't make the seams waterproof.
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No, it's not waterproof at all.
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Will this paper block out light if used as temporary window coverage?

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September 5, 2016
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if you double it maybe.
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Yes.
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Yes, but it will tend to fade from sun exposure after time. So, temporary covering should be fine.
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August 9, 2016
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Yes - it is thick enough to block light.
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I'm thinking it'll block about three quarters of the light.
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Jacksonville FL
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July 19, 2016
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yes, it's very similar in texture and weight to brown paper shopping bags we used to get at the grocery store back in the day.
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yes
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December 15, 2015
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Yes, it will. Use painter's masking tape to hold it in place. Won't damage the surface when you remove it.
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Can this be used to wrap dishes?

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I plan to store some personal possessions for a few years-- a friend told me that she wrapped her dishes in newspaper, and the ink stained the dishes. Would this paper be safe to wrap dishes and utensils in, long-term?
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It will work great for that.
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I think it would work. Good idea!
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It's a pretty thick paper. I would say it would be pretty tough to wrap dishes in. Go to the moving section and buy some packing paper I think that would be a better choice.
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I would think so. There is no printing on the paper so there is nothing to stain your dishes.
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Very hard for me to accept your friend's story; however, this kraft paper should not pose any problems ... other than it's rather stiff for wrapping small items.
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It would be safe but it would end up rather bulky if each dish were wrapped separately in this paper. A good idea is to separate each dish with a cheap styrofoam plate and then wrap the whole pile in the builder's paper.
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August 26, 2016
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This can be used to wrap dishes.
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Is this similar or just like butcher paper?

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I've been needing butcher paper and this seems like it but I'm not sure about it. I'm going to be using it for a school project, and its gonna be hanging up on a wall.
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No, it's thicker.
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kind of, it has the texture and weight of the brown paper bags we used to get groceries in back in the day
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Heavier weight than butcher paper. Might not be safe to use in kitchen and food prep if in direct contact with food. Would not advise using it in oven!
For a school project it could be a versatile canvas (good surface for gluing things on and using crayons and magic markers.)
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It's the same color as butcher paper but it's thicker paper. It would be more durable than regular butcher paper. You could roll it up to transport it and because it's thicker it wouldn't cave in and wrinkle like if you rolled up butcher paper. I think it would be better to use. It's not flimsy and if there's a breeze it won't be blowing around or moving while it's hanging on the wall.
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I know of two types of 'butcher paper' ... the first being waxed and often used as the paper next to the meat. And then the outer brown craft paper.
This paper is much stiffer [thicker] than the latter.
But for a school project that will hand from a wall, it should work well.
[Applications for which I have used the product: covering a table for steamed crabs, sealing the back of a frame, covering a Read More
I know of two types of 'butcher paper' ... the first being waxed and often used as the paper next to the meat. And then the outer brown craft paper.
This paper is much stiffer [thicker] than the latter.
But for a school project that will hand from a wall, it should work well.
[Applications for which I have used the product: covering a table for steamed crabs, sealing the back of a frame, covering a worktable while I 'm painting.] Read Less
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this is pretty much the same, with one difference. Butcher paper has one side lined with plastic. This is just brown "shopping bag" style paper on a roll.
I think it would be ideal for a school project.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 119 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BROWN BUILDER'S PAPER - SO USEFUL! Delays in renovation schedule had me desperate to protect the refinished hardwood floors, but I shouldn't have worried! this builder's paper was easy to put down, masking tape to each next strip and entirely cover the floor to protect from the last renovations including installation of countertops, appliance deliveries and four roommates moving in all their furniture and "stuff." Not a scratch on the floor! It is also nice and thick so I will be using builders paper for mailing packages from now on too! August 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by PAPER WAS A ROLL OF PAPER, WAS A ROLL. and worked for what I needed. September 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good for packing boxes This paper is sold by the packing tape, which is why I noticed it. I would prefer a huge roll of newsprint (you can buy online at home depot and have it shipped to the store), but this serves a different purpose. I tear off a big sheet and crumple it up to use for packing. It's particularly useful at the bottom of a box. It is very thick, so it takes less paper to provide cushioning. I usually use it at the top and bottom of boxes for padding, but you can also wrap larger objects in it, fold the edges in as you wrap, and it cushions it pretty well. You would have to use a lot of sheets of the true 'packing paper' to accomplish the same thing. I feel this is cheaper than bubble wrap but serves a different purpose. I actually have all 3 on hand to pack: packing paper, this roll of builder paper, and bubble wrap. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing practicality, thickness, quantity, portability I use this huge roll in my shop when I'm painting, sanding, staining, nailing, etc. It's the perfect portable "drop cloth" when I want to work on my kitchen table as well or have a group project to work on with friends. You can't find a larger, wider, longer roll anywhere, and the thickness is perfect for projects. Then when I'm done - EASY clean UP!! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great coverage This paper is used to cover the floors when you are trying to protect hardwood or maybe even carpet it is great for coverage of flat surfaces like the before mentioned. the only bad thing about this paper is that it is hard to roll up tight so that means it will take up a few inches in the trash can. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Painting Great for painting projects!!! It helped me out a lot when painting the exterior home for the Windows! August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Helpful If you have a proyec with paint, you need this paper, help you with the mess. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff!! Much easier to use than painters plastic, easy to set up and remove. August 9, 2016
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