Sand Bags – Empty White Woven Polypropylene Sandbags w/ Ties, w/ UV Protection; size: 14″ x 26″ , Qty of 20

February 18, 2017 - Comment

Sand Bags – Empty White Woven Polypropylene Sandbags w/ Ties, w/ UV Protection; size: 14 ” x 26 ” , Qty of 20 Product Features HEAVY DUTY BUILD: Hemmed top for easy fill , DOUBLE-SEWN bottom for extra strength HEAVY DUTY MATERIALS: 33 grams each, 850 denier count, 10 x 10 tubular weave AFFORDABLE, RE-USABLE,

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Sand Bags – Empty White Woven Polypropylene Sandbags w/ Ties, w/ UV Protection; size: 14 ” x 26 ” , Qty of 20

Product Features

  • HEAVY DUTY BUILD: Hemmed top for easy fill , DOUBLE-SEWN bottom for extra strength
  • HEAVY DUTY MATERIALS: 33 grams each, 850 denier count, 10 x 10 tubular weave
  • AFFORDABLE, RE-USABLE, VERSATILE: flood protection, construction projects
  • DESIGNED to be water-resistant, dust-resistant, and pest-resistant sandbags
  • WHITE color empty sacks , with 1600 HOURS of UVI protection against the sun

Comments

M. Heck says:

If it’s what you need, it’s what you need. Recent flooding in South Texas demonstrated my need to divert run off (not true flooding at our place).I can’t use French drains because of a lack of place for the water to flow. Building berms to divert the water is also inconvenient for mowing. Everything I considered building would work but would be cumbersome and difficult to move when not needed.Happened to think of sand bags. Have them filled, sitting on a pallet, move to the area on pallets and set out as needed…

Susan says:

These were perfect for my landscaping project (building a pond wall) These were perfect for my landscaping project (building a pond wall). Mouth opens wider than the typical garden spade, but use a DIY sandbag jig for real efficiency: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYv3ENYZ_TETie strings are attached in a loop that makes closing and tying easy. Full bag holds about 40 pounds, be we found half filling made the bags both easier to move around but more flexible in stacking and shaping. Used all 100 and then found bags at a local hardware store that…

DDIP says:

Adequate, but not great

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