10 oz Natural Untreated Canvas Tarps
SKU: CS-CNT10

10 oz Natural Untreated Canvas Tarps

SKU: CS-CNT10

Availability: In stock

Starting at: $8.02

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Natural Untreated Cotton Canvas 
Material:  Single Fill Cotton Canvas
Base Fabric Weight:  10 oz. Per Square Yard
Color:  Natural Canvas
Grade:  Tarp Grade
Finish:  Natural
Treatment:  Untreated
Size:  These tarps are cut size and finish approx. 6-8" smaller in size 

Natural Untreated Cotton Canvas is a durable duck canvas is very stable and not easily fall apart. Each piece is tightly woven to make it strong and to help it last through several uses. Also, this quality canvas material can be utilized as is or dyed to your liking.

Though the canvas is made strong it is of medium weight, so it is not too heavy and easy to maneuver. With it being made of natural fibers you do not have to worry about the colors bleeding off on and damaging your items. Choose from the wide variety of options available and find the perfect 10 oz untreated natural canvas to meet your needs.

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UNTREATED CANVAS TARP

Using our natural canvas tarps, you can effectively protect and cover your supplies or equipment with zero condensation. Made of completely untreated natural canvas, they provide you with both strength and breathability. These tarps are manufactured with brass grommets for tying down approx. every 24 inches around the perimeter. In addition, the hems and seams are double stitched for durability.  These tarps are cut size so they will finish slightly smaller than size shown.  Natural canvas tarps are not resistant to water.

Color:  Natural Canvas

You’ll eliminate condensation with natural canvas tarps made of untreated natural canvas from Tarps Now. These tough natural canvas tarpaulins are strong and breathable. They have double-stitched seams and reinforced hems with grommets for secure tie-downs. These painting project tarps will absorb paint and other liquids. Also use these paint over-spray tarps as equipment dust cover tarps, mural tarps, painters drop cloth and breathable construction project tarps to avoid condensation buildup. If we don’t have the grade and size you want in our inventory, just call or email our experts. We make it easy and inexpensive to place custom orders. We deliver fast, too.

Made in USA  

Untreated Canvas Tarps are made to order and take 7-15 business days to manufacture.  Note that they are a cut size and finish slightly smaller in size of approx. 6-8" smaller after hems and seams, so you'll want to increase your order size accordingly. These canvas drop cloths have sewn seams.

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J
06/11/2016
Nice tarp
Ordered a 12 x 30 10 oz tarp for an exetention for my wall tent , It came within three days and was $45 less than any other tarp I found on line
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#Reply 06/17/2016
Hi James! So good to hear from you! So glad you are pleased with the rapid order processing, shipping and delivery of your tarp. We've had a laser focus on maximizing efficiency and it's helping us not only process, ship and deliver our tarps in record time, but also helping us bring shipping costs to the absolute minimum. So glad you are pleased and we thank you for taking your valuable time to share your experience with us. We look forward to serving you again soon!
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08/08/2017
Question :
Hi, I was wondering how many seams the 10x20 tarps have in them and if there running vertically or horizontally? The last tarps I bought from you guys had seams running horizontally every five feet but are all tarps made the same way?
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These untreated canvas tarps may have both vertical and horizontal seams. We have fabric in 4', 5' and 6' wide rolls. Our tarps are typically used for industrial applications. We can not specify the seam locations for these tarps. The seams may run in both directions.
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