Rated 5 out of 5Â by Tripod Excellent strong product
Excellent strong product. Used for ground sheet under tent worked very well and kept out dampness
25 Aug 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by BenKenobi Waste of time
Well not totally, but considering it's only been out in the elements for 2 months, it now has the tear strength of paper! and tissue paper at that!
Yes, it did seem to be reasonably waterproof, but that's not solely what I wanted. What I wanted, was to have something that would last at least a year.. I grabbed hold of it to move it and it literally disintegrated in my hand. Oh, and the eyelets popped out as soon as I threaded cord through them.
All in all a ' Multipurpose tarpaulin with a WEAK and DELICATE design NOT for EVEN the MILDEST weather conditions.'
18 Jul 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by morrisminorman Blue Tarpaulin
Cheap enough to use and then throw away, one or two eyelets not lined up properly.
21 May 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Boba Trade Quality My Foot!
I wouldn't call this 'trade quality' unless that term has come to mean tat. This tarpaulin is made of a woven plastic material similar to the covers you can buy for garden furniture and clothes lines but not as strong. Quite light and thin. tears readily if snagged on a sharp edge (I tore mine by catching it on the end of a joist). The eyelets pull out with very little effort. It seems waterproof OK and it's cheap but looks to be quite short lived. I certainly wouldn't call it a tarpaulin.
16 Nov 2013