Written by: Brad Mangurten |

Why would you want a tarp without grommets? A grommet is an eyelet, often metal, that’s added to tarps so that the user can lace a rope or cable through. The grommets allow that rope or cable to help secure … []

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Written by: Brad Mangurten |

It’s estimated that one fully-grown oak has about 200,000 leaves. When those leaves are dry, they’d weigh around 555.5 pounds. That’s just one tree. If you have 10 oaks in your yard, you’d be raking and moving about 5,555 pounds … []

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Written by: Brad Mangurten |

Sometimes, the tarp you need is one that allows water to pass. Maybe, you need a pool cover to keep leaves and bugs out when the pool isn’t in use. You may have garden plants to protect from insect pests, … []

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Some projects and uses require more than a standard tarp. The wrong type of tarp can lead to costly damages or require replacement sooner than you expect. Don’t waste money buying the wrong kind of tarp. When you need an … []

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Plastics can take hundreds of years to decompose in a landfill. Untreated canvas takes up to a year. Add a treatment, and it extends the lifespan of that treated canvas tarp. The UV rays from the sun help speed up … []

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40 uses for tarpaulins; trailer cover; equipment cover

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A utility trailer is used to haul items like landscaping equipment, power sports equipment, furniture, supplies, and debris. While you’re carrying these items from one area to another, the last thing you need is for something to fly off and … []

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Written by: Brad Mangurten |

Sleeping in a hammock when you’re camping keeps you off the ground. You’re away from crawling insects. As you’re off the damp earth, you stay drier. Other benefits delve deeper into your personal comfort and health. You sleep in a … []

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A rainfly is used in two different situations to keep campers dry. One involves the trend of sleeping in nature in a hammock. The other helps keep you dry when you’re in a tent. How does a rainfly help? When … []

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You spend a lot of time in your flower and vegetable gardens. How much have you invested? The average household spends about $120 per year on their gardening supplies. That’s just the seeds, seedlings, soil additives, and tools. You’re also … []

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Gardening is not only the best way to have fresh produce for most of the year, but it’s also a good form of exercise. As you get to work pushing around a wheelbarrow, using a shovel to turn over dirt, … []

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