Clear Polythene 1000 Gauge 4m & 2m wide
250mu / 1000g plastic is great for covering outside garden furniture, rabbit and guinea pig runs, as temporary windows and roofing cover. Professional builders tend to put it to use as a damp proof membrane and as an alternative to geotextiles. A major problem people face with housing renovations is the disposal of asbestos; this heavy duty clear polythene sheeting product is suitable for that purpose but please consult your local council for details.
Important - The polythene 2M wide up to a 20M long will come as a folded sheet (not on a roll) and longer lengths up to 50m folded in half in roll form. 4m width up to 15m lengths will come as folded and longer lengths up to 25m in roll form on a 1m wide cardboard core.
Sample sizes are approx 10cm x 14cm but may vary slightly.
- Heavy duty
- UV stabilized
- 250 micron
- 1000 gauge
- Available in sheets or rolls depending on size
Perfect for my polytunnel
Wide enough to fit my polytunnel ana tomatoes have grown great in there no need for netting as it not to bright for them.
Nice and strong
Moira Pinchin | Yarm | August 2021
Ideal for making poly tunnels etc. Strong and durable. Competitive price and free fast delivery, A1.
Robert Sibley | Uxbridge | July 2021
Replaced the cover on my poly tunnel. Used screws and big washers to fix the polythene to wooden frame. Didn't tear following subsequent gale. Works a treat
David Park | Shoreham bY Sea | March 2021
Ordered 4x4 metres for covering a raised bed on my allotment very clear and thick excellent quality if a bit expensive
Keith Spink | Poole | January 2021
Perfect for greenhouse repair
My little greenhouse is a couple of years old now, and every time there's high winds the rigid plastic windows get blown out. I've repaired them a few times, but now they're discoloured and brittle, so I looked at other repair options.
I bought a roll of this, not really knowing what to expect, but I'm really impressed. It's tough enough to not tear, but clear enough to see through.
When I was cutting it, I laid it on the grass, even with the little bit of sun we had, the grass was sweating underneath, so it should make perfect heating for the greenhouse plants.
Steve Matthews | Walton on Thames | April 2020