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Garden bag

• Endless uses around the home, garden and workplace. Constructed of weatherproof fabric with strong

 outdoor thread for strength and durability.

• Easy to clean:just wipe out or hose clean and hang to dry.

• The Unique free-standing design holds it's shape while in use then rolls up small for storage.

• Any size is available according to customers' request

Features and Advantages:

a. Waterproof and weather reistant

b. High tensile strength, tear strength

c. Effiicient use ang washable

d. Improved stability

e. Environment - friendly packing

f. any color is available according to customers' request.


a. Collecting light materials.(leaves,cuttings, lawnthatch and weeds etc)

b. Used collecting waste paper, recycling and laundry.

c. Used for storing small quantities of heavier materials.

d. It can be endless used around the home , garden and workplace.

Detailed Description:

Product:PE  Tarpaulin Bags

Material:PE /PP

Pattern: Coated

Coated  Type :LDPE  Coated


size:any size available

Color :Green(according to customers’ requirements)

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