HDPE Shade Net Export to Japan

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balcony privacy net
1.Material:100% new HDPE,UV
2.Weight:120~220gsm
3.Useful life:3~5 years
4.balcony net factory price

balcony privacy net/shade net/window net

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Product

balcony privacy net/shade net/window net  

Brand Name

XINH-GL-80

Material

100% new HDPE with UV,long service life

Color

Green,yellow,blue,gray (as your request)

Weight/sqm

120~220gsm

Size

Width:0.5m-3m, Length: as your request

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1). sample time: Within 7-15 days.

2). Sample charge: According to product details.

3). Sample refund: Negotiable

4). Send sample: Via TNT, UPS, FedEx, DHL Express

Sample is free for you to test the quality

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T/T, L/C

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Within 20 days after getting the deposit

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I don't trust any plastic food containers or dishes when it comes to heating or freezing. I don't even put hot food on or in plastic. I use Corelle brand bowls and plates for my 3 year old, they are virtually non destructable and won't break if dropped (or thrown!) off of a table. To store foods in the fridge or freezer, I use Pyrex and Corningware (many of these you can buy with lids). By the way, have you read the new report on chemicals leaching from plastic baby bottles? You can still buy the old fashioned glass baby bottles-Gerber still makes them.
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go okorder.com to locate a local recycle center. Each center has their own rules for recycling. Most take plastics 1 and 2 and others will take all plastics. If you have curbside recycling you should be able to go to the website or call to get information on sorting and what they will take.
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Plastic surgery was developed during the Second World War to assist in the rehabilitation of service personnel caught in fires or cut by shrapnel. A lot of plastic surgery today is done on people who have survived horrific fires. Women who have been subject to acid attacks are another group who benefit greatly from plastic surgery. Women who have had a mastectomy also benefit from plastic surgery as this allows them to wear fashionable clothes, this is important as some women undergo this operation in their 20s.
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The chemical name for plastic is polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. It has the chemical formula CH2=CHCl. The equal sign indicates a double bond. So it's two carbons double bonded to each other with one carbon that has two hydrogens and one carbon that has a chlorine and a hydrogen. That's the monomer, and it repeats to make the polymer to make a wide variety of plastics.
Q:Plastic or net breeder?
By the plastic with the mesh, do you mean a grid that creates a small compartment at the bottom? I'm going to answer assuming that is what you mean. I like the plastic for the actual birthing period, because I find that with the compartment many more fry survive. With just the plain net, the mother tends to eat them all if you don't discover she's given birth immediately, but with the plastic w/ compartment the fry are able to hide down in the compartment where the mother can't catch them. Once I've seen that the mother has given birth, however, I net her and put her back in the main tank. Then I use the all net one, as it is larger, to let the fry grow large enough that they won't be eaten in. Basically, I think it is best to have them both on hand.
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I heard that heating foods in soft plastic containers is dangerous -- that carcinogens can leak out into the heated food. This is less likely to happen with hard plastic containers, however. Single-use plates and bowls (like one gets in the frozen section at the grocery store) are okay to heat up though -- once. They should be recycled or thrown away after that though and not used to reheat food in a microwave.
Q:resolution to aviod plastics?
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