Written by: Brad Mangurten |

Across the nation, there’s been a lot of debate over face masks. Some people wear a face mask each time they go out to a store, medical office, or business and never complain. Others believe masks don’t do a thing … []

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As winter arrives, restaurants and businesses across the U.S. face limits on how many shoppers, clients, or diners can be inside. Social distancing and mask use are important in the fight to stop COVID-19, but in a small office, or … []

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Are you looking for a specific type of white tarp? Chicago Canvas has several tarp options available in a range of colors and sizes. Whether you need a white tarp for a large mural or want a waterproof white tarp, … []

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Written by: Brad Mangurten |

Tarp strength varies depending on the type of tarp. Because there are so many different types of tarps that the answer to “how strong is a tarp?” isn’t simple. It all comes down to how the tarp is used and … []

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Winter weather hit some areas earlier than expected. Just after Labor Day weekend, Colorado saw its 100-degree weather vanish to make room for a snowstorm that was among the earliest snowfall that state’s seen. Since then, winter keeps making appearances … []

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Written by: Brad Mangurten |

A tarp’s longevity depends on how well you treat it. Keep it dirty and wet and it’s going to wear quickly. Chicago Canvas can help you maximize your tarp’s life by directing you to the right tarp for the job. … []

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Canvas is a woven cotton or linen fabric that’s used in many different ways. Canvas may be turned into a tote bag or backpack, a surface for painting, tents or equipment covers, and far more. It’s a sturdy fabric thanks … []

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During a construction project, a complete transformation of a dated space, or painting project, you need to protect your furnishings, floors, and outdoor spaces. Paint drips seem minimal, but they can be impossible to remove from some finishes. Dark brown … []

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As of August 19th, there have been more than 5.5 million cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. and just over 172,000 deaths. People compare it to the last major pandemic (the Spanish Flu) that killed around 675,000 over two years. … []

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Nationwide, school districts are making plans for kids to go back to school. Some districts have already returned, and the spread of COVID-19 is proving to be a concern. To help lower the risk of the spread, school districts are … []

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