Shade Cloth 185gsm for car parking

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Product Description:

High Quality shade cloth in finished size

Net weight:  160g/m2--320g/m2

Size:  3x3m, 3.6x3.6m 3x3m, 3x3x3m,5x5m,5x5x5m and so on UV block:  85-95%

Material:  100% virgin HDPE

Using life:  5 ~10 years Gurantee

Export market:  Europe ,America,Japan, the Middle East ,Africa

Shape:  Square, Triangle , Rectangle

Packaging & DeliveryPackaging Detail: Each piece of sail will be put into a pvc hadle bag with a color label inside, seveal pcs packaging into a paper carton with shipping mark.

Product Description of shade sail shade cloth:

Shade Sails protect and shade you from the severe effects of the sun's heay & UV rays. Some areas of the world call them Sun Sails.

They make a beautiful additions to your patio, backyard, or other outdoor areas.

Flying Sails is the perfect alternative to a traditional pergola, umbrella or covered porch. Floating and curvaceous, the make an attractive addition to any property, and with the right design,

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the re-useable bags are not that expensive and lasts for ages, think about the future, would it really be that much of a sacrifice to ditch the plastic bags? Billions of plastic bags are thrown away in Britain every year, most of which are used only once before disposal. In a survey2 in March 2005, 36% of those asked admitted to throwing away 'vest'-style plastic bags after one use. On average, people surveyed admitted to using roughly eight bags per week. Plastic bags take up huge amounts of space in our country's landfill sites, space that could be used much more effectively. Many carrier bags end up as unsightly litter in trees, streets, parks and gardens which, besides being ugly, can kill birds, small mammals and other creatures. Bags that make it to the ocean may be eaten by sea turtles and marine mammals, who mistake them for jellyfish, with disastrous consequences, or may end up drifting into the 'Doldrums', an area of the world's oceans that have become the final resting place of much of the world's floating junk. The production, decomposition and disposal by burning of plastic bags also releases greenhouse gases3 that contribute to global warming. Although the burning of fossil fuels has a much greater impact, the production and disposal of carrier bags plays a part in this terrible global phenomenon. The plastic bags may be free to you, but at what cost to the environment?
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The tire is in direct contact with the rubber wheel and ground parts, which is mainly composed of tread, ply, buffer layer, sidewall and bead parts. Tread wear by the rubber tire, it is used to ensure the wheel running surface, with sufficient adhesion to ground protection ply and inner tube.
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It's any surgery done for looks that isn't necessary for health. It's only bad if something goes wrong to threaten health, or if you look worse not better or if you don't know when to stop having more surgery. Like when your nose looks like M Jacksons, it was basically gone.
Q:Can you tell me about microwave safe plastics?
Well I think that the larger issue here is.. will you be able to eat the food that comes from the containers that are not microwaveable. Many food grade plastics are meant for storage and not reheating. Chances are if you select any old plastic tub it could melt before your food even gets hot! As far as I know butter tubs and yogurt containers are NOT microwave safe. Obviously, plastics vary in their chemical composition. What they have in common is that they are formed by chemical reaction. If used with food in a microwave, they must not further react, they must not decompose into the food and they must not leach out components into the food. Using a yogurt container can melt it and therefore leach harmful chemicals into your food as well. Microwave plastic wraps, wax paper, cooking bags, parchment paper, and white microwave-safe paper towels should be safe to use. Never use thin plastic storage bags, brown paper or plastic grocery bags, or aluminum foil in the microwave. In summary, odds are if it doesn't say microwave safe.......... it probably isn't.
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New plastic has got its own characteristic smell which is from the organic compounds that they use in the final process. If one is left in a room with tonnes of new plastics they would experience some lack or air type symptoms. But carryng two or three plastic bags from a grocery store would pose minimal danger, Infact the danger is non existent. By the time you get home the smell of newness in the plastic is gone!I guess its the hypochondria at work.
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Q:Paper or Plastic bags?
plastic bags are stronger and tougher but paper bags are ALOT better for the environment.. plastic bags take thousands of years to biodegrade!
Q:what happens if you microwave plastic?
Some plastics will release a potentially toxic gas, that the food MIGHT absorb. However, plastics labeled microwave safe will not do this. Also, some cheaper plastics might melt or go soft, but I have not witnessed this myself.

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