Canvas Tarps

Canvas tarps or tarpaulins can be employed for any number of uses. They can be used as shade devices; for keeping a rain-free campsite; while performing various outdoor activities; and as protective covering. If you are in the market for heavy-duty, water-resistant canvas tarps, A1 Tarps has the products that you need at prices you will love.

Please Note: ** Canvas Tarps are made to order and take up to 12-15 business days before shipping. Please Read Our Custom Tarp Policy Before Ordering. Canvas Tarps May Shrink or Stretch Over Time. They Are Made Of 100% Cotton.
Our selection of canvas tarps for sale includes 10 ounce and 12 ounce tarps in a variety of colors. These tarps are made with top-quality military cotton and are very durable. All of our tarps also have extremely sturdy grommets for installation. In addition to our heavy-duty tarps, special strength canvas tarps are also available. At A1 Tarps, we specialize in crafting affordable tarps that don't skimp on quality. The canvas tarps for sale at A1 Tarps are known for their excellent strength and versatility. They are incredibly resilient and have resistance to water, mildew, and UV rays. These properties make them ideal for storage, protection, shading and painting. Our selection of tarps can be used as drop cloths or to cover items stored for extended periods of time. Several sizes of tarps are available allowing you to choose the perfect size for your needs.

The range of available colors includes green, brown, gold, white, blue and olive drab. The canvas material used on these tarps is fabricated with a color dye and a petroleum-based waterproofing wax. Avoid using cotton canvas tarps for boats, cars or any other painted surface as the color can rub off and stain the surface of these products. If you have any questions about our canvas covers, do not hesitate to call us. We offer fast shipping on all orders. Our site also features 128-bit encryption for secure shopping.

It is strongly recommended that excessive pressure is not placed on the grommets. Tarp ties should be of a flexible, elastic material. We advise against using any tarp ties that are ridged, such as rope or wire. We do not accept returns for pulled grommets as a result of misuse.

Canvas Tarp FAQ:

Canvas material is made by combining color dye and petroleum based waterproofing wax. Using cotton canvas tarps for boats, cars or any painted surface is not recommended as the color may rub off and stain the surface.

Canvas tarps are not designed to be used as trailer or hauling tarps. Canvas fabric does not have the tear strength to resist strong forces such as wind, especially wind encountered while in transit. It is highly recommended that a stronger material is used such as, 18 Ounce vinyl coated tarps.

Canvas tarps should not be used as divider curtains, canopy tops or as canopy side walls. Canvas material is not strong enough to withstand excessive pulling and tugging on the grommets or on the material itself. For applications that require excessive pulling or for replacement canopy applications, we recommend the vinyl or poly tarp material.

Canvas covers are not waterproof. The fabric is treated with a water repellent agent for temporary use in wet conditions. However, the canvas material does have a saturation point and will leak if left in continual contact with water, such as rain.

Canvas tarps will have a strong petroleum odor when initially received. The odor is due to the water repellent treatment. Each canvas tarp is coated with a petroleum based wax that helps deflect water from the surface of the tarp. After a few days of airing, the odor will start to dissipate. The odor is normal and to be expected.

Canvas tarps may shrink or stretch over time. The material is made from 100 percent cotton and contains much of the same characteristics as a cotton T-Shirt. The amount of shrinkage is totally dependent on environmental conditions the tarps are exposed to, such as weather, UV exposure and humidity.

Canvas tarp material should not be cleaned with regular household soaps or detergents. Household soap products may remove the water repellent treatment and cause excessive bleeding of the material. Our canvas covers should be cleaned with the appropriate canvas cleaning agents.
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