- Plastic sheeting for use in many applications
- Your purchase keeps landfills clean, TRM uses recycled materials in the manufacturing process
- Made in the USA
- Great as a drop cloth, cover, barrier, liner, protecting storage items, covering pallets, and many more uses
- Individually wrapped, you can purchase in the case quantity or individually, Great for resale
TRM Manufacturing 61025C Weatherall Visqueen Plastic Sheeting, Drop Cloth 10' Wide x 25' Length x 6.0 mil Thickness, Opaque/Translucent
|Price:||$20.14 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
Specifications for this item
|UPC||098267700108 , 787269850583|
|Brand Name||TRM Manufacturing|
|EAN||0787269850583 , 0098267700108|
|Number of Items||1|
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TRM Weather All products are proudly made in the USA using the highest quality resins and materials. With more than 40 years of business and manufacturing experience, it is our company's goal to provide our customers with a great performing product. The TRM line of products include multiple size options to allow our customers the option of selecting the right product for the job.
TRM's Consumer Rolls, drop cloths, sheeting, bags, shrink film, agricultural films, are all manufactured in our Corona, CA facility. We offer a range of items in Opaque/Translucent and Black finishes. For a small run, we can custom build sheeting for any special event or need your company may have.
TRM products aren't limited to just sheeting, with Pallet Covers, Top Sheets, Drywall bags, Asbestos Bags, Scaffolding Shrink Film, Marine Shrink Film, Beverage and Food Shrink film, our team can build and create virtually any Polyethylene need you may have. AIB certified you can rest assured that your products are built to proper specifications and that TRM will stand behind our quality every time. Thank you for considering TRM Weather All Products.
Top Customer Reviews
So I'm sure the plastic would do great as its original intention of blocking off a room for a re-model. It's heavy and doesn't rip or tear. However it was INCREDIBLE as a slip and slide!
All of the posts I read said to get 4 ML thick or thicker plastic and I decided to go with the thickest one that I could find that that was this 6 ML one.
It did not disappoint. The plastic is not 100 percent clear, but really that didn't bother me or my kids. I put blue food coloring in the blob and that brightened it up and made it look better.
After I made it and ironed the sides shut and put water in there were a few leaks but that was my fault for not ironing enough. I had it on the hottest setting so make sure you do to when making it.
It lasted about 20 minutes before leaks started showing up and then you simply put some duck tape and all is well again.
This was a really fun activity for my 3 year old and my 1 year old.
I should note, the blob that I made was only about 1/4 of the plastic, you can make one giant blob but since I pay for my water I made a smaller one and my kids were fine with that.
I recommend the 6 ML over a 4 ML to make your blob as durable as possible.
the priority for me, was in keeping my electric bill down this year. They raised the rates significantly here last winter and caught me by surprise when I received a $225 light bill. I have NEVER even in winter had one over $150 and even when it's been zero or below. This year I said to hell with that and purchased 3 small space heaters, some plastic sheeting and a roll of duct tape. So far, I've yet to have a bill over $115. I'm a happy camper for a small investment of money and eschewing esthetics for the season.
The only thing you should be aware of is that even though it indicates this to be a clear film, it's not clear. It's more a semi-opaque milky color. You can only see shadows or shapes of some things, but clear vision you are not going to get even during the day. This has not proven to be a hindrance to me only because I have security cameras on all sides of my home, so I can still see outside just not out my windows per se.
My only complaint...make it clear so people can actually still see outside. This would also let more light in (and it does dim the inside of your home somewhat even during the daytime). Otherwise, it works as intended and during the winter, which is the hardest for me personally to bear (I don't come to life till it's at least 90 degrees outside), I can make the sacrifice of having a little less sunlight inside till spring arrives.