|Product Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Product Height (in.)||8.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4.75 in|
|Pack Size||4||Package Quantity||4|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.84 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tarp Accessory Type||Clips, Handles, & Bungees|
A: Hello Ella, there is no recommended pole size for this product.
A: Why don't they fix the problem by making a clip with more closing force?
A: These worked well. We needed to cover some louvers to do some HVAC testing. These clips held a plastic sheet in place over the louvers. This was not a permanent installation, just used the clips during the testing.
A: i use these on a blue tarp on a chain link kennel and it works just fine. i also use it on a shade curtain material and no issues. you can check to see if they are the same thickness probably in the home depot store.
A: I haven't had a problem with tearing, but they are hard to get tight enough to keep them from slipping off.
A: These should work. I'd suggest using more rather than less to spread the load & reduce the chance of tears
A: I wouldn’t recommend it honestly. It worked great for my tarp and they grip pretty good. They might tear your cover. Sorry, hope this helped.
A: The clips have a wide and soft grip and I think a solar pool cover would be fine for that application without tearing it.
A: Hi Paul, This hasn't been tested before... so we wouldn't recommend it.
A: It will help but may not be the 'end all' solution to your puddling problem.
A: I had the same problem as you. This is what I did: I use two per side and each one is positioned under the metal grommet drain holes (this is the most likely place the water will pool) on gazebo cover. I then ran cord from one clip down to the ground (you can attach to a tent stake pounded into the ground or weighted, but because I built a deck for the screen tent, I attached it to u-shaped conduit brackets screwed to deck). I don't believe one clip per side will work well enough to keep the rain from pooling. Using these also keeps the gazebo cover less likely to blow off in strong winds.
A: The tarp clips make excellent anchors for any type of tarp material when tied to a weight. They should work perfectly in this scenario. Make sure to lock the jaws as tight as possible to ensure they stay attached under tension.
A: 'IF' it is made form Canvas, try soaking it in water and fabric softener, rinse then put onto structure, Use the CinchTites around the edges evenly and place a cord (para-cord or 1/4" rope) through the holes and . Weave up and down until you go completely around. Have someone help you maintain even pressure/tension on all sides; it shouldn't take a lot of tension and you don't want to cause a rip in the canvas; basically snug enough it won't move. Let dry in place. I would place the CinchTites evenly and no less than 3 or 4 to each side. Once it dries thoroughly, you can apply any water proofing to the canvas you may need, let dry in place with CinchTites in place. Any seams I would make sure to treat with a good canvas sealant or 100% bee's wax. This method works with cotton fabric pretty well, it allows the item to be re-stretched without causing any damage usually. The 'key' is keeping even tension all the way around. This method should allow the canvas to dry in place and retain a reasonable shape to the final drying position.
A: Folded ends to make it thicker