• Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620
  • Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620
  • Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620
Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620
Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620
Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620

Kotap 16-ft x 20-ft General Purpose Blue Poly Tarp, Item: TRA-1620

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£65.00
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£108.00
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  • FINISHED SIZE: 15-Feet 2-Inch by 19-Feet 6-Inch
  • Rust-Proof Aluminum Grommets every 3 -Feet and on each corner
  • Woven and coated polyethylene
  • All edges heat-sealed and reinforced with polyethylene rope
  • Rot and Shrink Proof

Customer Reviews

So thin you can see light through it, does not hold up under tension when secured - it tears!I bought this tarp to cover my roof while a repair for a leak was done. Once the workers installed it - I could see the white from the roof in sections - finding tiny little tears - almost like stress tears all throughout. We taped many of them and the tear that was visible when unrolled - using the tarp with no alternative. It did not survive even 24 hours - the winds blew and more little tears were visible, and without help to get it off - I had to come up with makeshift attempts to tie down the pieces that tore off and hung from the roof. Cutting sections off as I went - to the point I returned it in multiple pieces. The rain came 2 days later - thereby making it useless. You could not set this Tarp on the ground and use it for anything or it will tear - so I am not sure what it is good for - and will never buy a used Home Improvement item such as this - given it's weeks for the refund, and I wound up buying another one at a local store for much more.1Great high quality tarp Great high quality tarp. Exactly as described. Fast Shipping, product arrived on time & undamaged, and I overall recommend to anyone who is thinking of buying. 5Good tarp for the money.A lot of the reviews for this tarp seem to be just so-so, but that has not been my experience. First, I will warn you that it is not the thickest tarp I have, and if you snag it say on a splinter or something sharp, it will rip quickly. Having said that, the tarp has been covering my bare plywood carport roof for 3 days, being held down with bundles of shingles and also a few 2x4s that I screwed to the plywood. Winds gusted over 50mph last night, and they have been steady over 25mph for 36 hours now. The tarp is flapping and waving in the wind, but it's holding strong and the plywood is dry. Only issue is size, but maybe I didn't measure right. Even with the 29'4" finished length, it still seems to me like it is about 12 inches shorter than that. With the winds, I haven't been able to get a straight measurement on it yet to confirm.4paper thin junk worked until the first bit of wind then it was worn and unusable. all the metal grommets tore out with the wind also good thing there are so many so I could retie it down each time a diff one tore out 2Is their a word worse than crap? I don't often use such words as crap and in this case I don't even think that does this tarp justice. I unfortunately didn't realize how bad it was, until opening it, some 400 miles from home. It is made of two pieces, the fabric of which is so thin that the seams in places were split when I opened it and the colour was flaking off, so it was not fit for any purpose before I actually used it. I was using it to cover some expensive leather chairs that I was transporting home. Needless to say the tarp basically disintegrated on the way home. Thankfully it didn't rain, so I will put this down to experience, but I am surprised that anyone could actually make or sell a product that obviously is not only unusable for any purpose, but made of such substandard material that a child of five would have realized its inadequacy, so I am surprised at Amazon for including in Prime. I will have to be more careful in future 1Description is WrongWithout going into the background (a messed up Amazon delivery that left me having to hurry to put these tarps in place in the dark, in mud), I found out these tarps are notably smaller than described. Sadly, I found that out at a very bad time, when I was squeezed for time and could not afford to deal with this kind of problem.I had survey flags on the ground marking off 14' distances. I counted on the 16' length of this tarp to allow 2' of overlap when I laid out the tarps. When I opened and unfolded the tarps, I found the 14' side wasn't long enough to go from one of my flags to the next. The 16' side was barely longer than that 14'. I'd estimate the real size of this tarp as 13.5' x 14.5', at most. It's definitely NOT 16' long!As to the quality of the tarp, from what I read, I did not expect it to be a thick tarp. That's not what I needed. I would not use this tarp for hauling leaves or holding anything. It can work as cover to keep things dry, but not to hold or contain anything. If the size given in the description were accurate, I would have been quite satisfied and given it a 5 star rating, since it would be as described.But I was counting on this tarp to be the size in the description. Because it's not, my work will be set back at least a week and I have to continue fighting erosion. If I were not stuck with these tarps late at night, when I had to cover the ground before it rained, I would have just returned them.2Ok for the price, very thin material Tarp does the job but thinner than I thought it would be. Seems like it would tear easily in any wind. But so far so good. 4Good Tarp If You Understand What It Can and Can't DoI have used tarps like this in the past, and recommend using it where it can do the job. If you do that, it will serve you well.What it can't do: -- It can't replace a strong canvas tarp. It rips and tears easily, or if pulled tight against something sharp. -- Don't expect the tarp to not rip out the grommets if you have a lot of strong winds. -- It won't last forever. Sun and soft rubbing will eventually cause a hole to fray through.What it can do: -- It is waterproof (unless it rips). It will keep whatever is underneath it dry. -- If you are careful and choose jobs it can do, it should last at least three years.The down-and-dirty: This tarp, if ripped or frayed, will break down into strands of plastic. If you don't do anything to fix that issue, you will have strands tangling in other items in your yard. To fix, use duct tape. Tape on both sides for max hold, and easier to fix small tears before they expand to holes with strands flying about. Once you know it can rip or tear, you can do things to help it. My last tarp kept my wood (not always the smoothest items) dry for two years. Last year (third year) I didn't repair the tiny rips and had some wet wood. This year, I folded the old tarp and placed it on top of my wood pile (picture rows about 15 feet long, 5 feet deep). The folded old tarp protects the new tarp from sharp points as well as fraying when the wind blows. Expecting the new tarp to last at least three years if not longer due to the old tarp protecting it. Very satisfied.5You get what you pay forThis is the lightest-duty tarp I have ever worked with--very thin. Not that I am an expert in tarps, but I have certainly used a few in my day. On the one hand, it is very nice that it doesn't weigh that much, and for my purposes, that's a plus. However, I'm not super confident that it will not rip a hole in the near future...Speaking of holes, mine had a small hole in it when I first unfolded it--perhaps with a total area of a square inch... maybe less. Given that the tarp has an area of 1200 square feet, that's fairly insignificant. My main concern is that it may grow...And speaking of unfolding it for the first time, I thought I'd mention that doing so was a bit of a challenge--the tarp seemed to stick to itself slightly and was so light weight and large that it took a bit of time to get it all laid out mostly flat. This would have been much easier with 3 or 4 people instead of just me, but I don't seem to recall ever having a tarp stick to itself like that. I thought it was odd. No stars off, just a side note.At this price point, I can overlook a small hole and if it rips after a few uses, I think I can still give it 4 stars. If you want something that will last, you'll have to pay more for it. Probably quite a bit more.4poor quality, never again. Very thin. Metal eyelets have almist all fallen off the tarp. The tarp is lying over the top of my boat inside my garage. No reason for the metal eyelets to fall off fir no apparant reason since they are not being used nor under any stress. 1Very poor quality! We could see right through it Much lighter weight than anticipated and not the size advertised. Very poor quality! We could see right through it!!!! 1Don't waste your money on this tarp This is a VERY,VERY cheap tarp. I purchased the tarp to cover a metal frame temporary carport. I wasn't even finished putting up the cheap POS and one of the eyelets began to tear. Furthermore, the material is very thin. I would NEVER purchase this tarp knowing what I do now about the product. This tarp is probably good for ripping, tearing, flapping in the breeze, leaking in the rain and let's not forget color fading. I didn't buy this because of the price, I bought it because of the size. Now I have to search for a tarp all over again. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY unless you plan on using the tarp for one of the above activities. 2Really, really TEMPORARYSeemed good at first and has held up under mild weather for maybe the first three months. Doesn't tear easily and the grommets have held.Bought because our camper has an elusive leak, rained this weekend and it leaked like the tarp wasn't even there.I climbed up top to see if there was a rip and observed there is a sort of seam that joined two smaller pieces to make the large tarp. The entire length of the tarp, this seam is just a loose web with the coating completely gone. With so many holes, the tarp probably traps more water on the roof than no tarp at all.I get it, this wasn't super expensive but no one expects complete failure in under 6 months of non-challenging weather.This brand always seems to have nearly 5-stars but the reviews are always terrible. Weird! I won't buy again.1DON'T BUY IF YOU NEED WATERPROOF!DON'T BUY THIS IF YOU NEED WATERPROOF!!!! I was having flooring put into my house so needed to store my furniture out on a back patio deck. It rained during the week I had it stored. When I removed the tarp to bring the furniture back in, I found one area (OF COURSE IT HAD TO HAVE BEEN RIGHT OVER A PRESSED WOOD DESK THAT DOESN'T TAKE GETTING WET!) that was really wet. I couldn't see a tear in the tarp but I could watch water dripping in from several areas - it was like cheesecloth instead of being waterproof. It's lightweight and easy to use but that could be the problem for keeping out water. It is VERY THIN.1Very good for price A little thin. But holding up well. Very good for price. 4Very thin but can cover small cities.First of all, 20'x30' is ridiculously large. If you're thinking you need a large tarp and say to yourself, "20x30 is big and I need a big tarp, I'll just buy this one" you're in for a real interesting discovery when you open the package. Just when you think you've opened the last fold, you find more folds. I'm not entirely certain that this tarp doesn't extend into dimensions not comprehensible by the human brain.Okay, you need this giant tarp for some reason. Maybe you have to cover a baseball infield or an olympic-sized swimming pool, I don't know. Something you shouldn't use it for is to cover pointy things or as a base for a heavily-trafficked area, or anywhere people might walk on it to be honest. It's pretty thin. That being said, I used this tarp on a campout and it didn't tear. Well, I say "used" when I really mean that I fought a losing battle trying to prevent an enormous blue rectangle monster from escaping on the winds of freedom. So when I factor in the battle and capture of this animal I gotta respect the durability a little bit at least.I don't know if I'll ever find a use for this tarp, mainly because unleashing it from captivity is an all-day long affair. But if I decide that I want to double-wrap my Escalade in blue plastic I certainly have the ability to do so.3A Decent Cheap TarpIt's okay. First, its the cheapest you'll find for this size anywhere, so its fine given the price; however, for my needs (placed under my Intex Pool), I wished now that I purchased two because they're fairly thin and the weaving is cheap. I don't expect it to last long, but for the price you honestly cannot complain because anything really solid, think and as big as this will cost you double the price.3Three Stars we bought this a year ago and that's all it lasted.. approximately 1 year of lifetime. 3Garbage for outdoors. Garbage - Fell apart after 4 months of use. Harbor Freight had one that was same price and lasted 1 year in same conditions. Kotap = fail. 2Great on baseball fieldOur youth baseball organization bought 2 of these tarps to help keep our fields dry. So far they've worked great. We've used them 3 times and no problems. Tarps built for baseball fields are way too expensive for us so this one seems to get the job done just as good. The biggest concern was durability and these tarps seem pretty tough. The tarps have been pulled/dragged everywhere very hard by a crew of guys and have held up. No tears or rips. We use some big spikes in the grommets to keep it from flying away and no rips there so far. The toughest part with these tarps is getting them rolled back up and stored when not in use. We don't have a roller so folding it up is a pain but that doesn't have anything to do with how good they work. So far so good.5
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Description
  • FINISHED SIZE: 15-Feet 2-Inch by 19-Feet 6-Inch
  • Rust-Proof Aluminum Grommets every 3 -Feet and on each corner
  • Woven and coated polyethylene
  • All edges heat-sealed and reinforced with polyethylene rope
  • Rot and Shrink Proof
Reviews

Customer Reviews

So thin you can see light through it, does not hold up under tension when secured - it tears!I bought this tarp to cover my roof while a repair for a leak was done. Once the workers installed it - I could see the white from the roof in sections - finding tiny little tears - almost like stress tears all throughout. We taped many of them and the tear that was visible when unrolled - using the tarp with no alternative. It did not survive even 24 hours - the winds blew and more little tears were visible, and without help to get it off - I had to come up with makeshift attempts to tie down the pieces that tore off and hung from the roof. Cutting sections off as I went - to the point I returned it in multiple pieces. The rain came 2 days later - thereby making it useless. You could not set this Tarp on the ground and use it for anything or it will tear - so I am not sure what it is good for - and will never buy a used Home Improvement item such as this - given it's weeks for the refund, and I wound up buying another one at a local store for much more.1Great high quality tarp Great high quality tarp. Exactly as described. Fast Shipping, product arrived on time & undamaged, and I overall recommend to anyone who is thinking of buying. 5Good tarp for the money.A lot of the reviews for this tarp seem to be just so-so, but that has not been my experience. First, I will warn you that it is not the thickest tarp I have, and if you snag it say on a splinter or something sharp, it will rip quickly. Having said that, the tarp has been covering my bare plywood carport roof for 3 days, being held down with bundles of shingles and also a few 2x4s that I screwed to the plywood. Winds gusted over 50mph last night, and they have been steady over 25mph for 36 hours now. The tarp is flapping and waving in the wind, but it's holding strong and the plywood is dry. Only issue is size, but maybe I didn't measure right. Even with the 29'4" finished length, it still seems to me like it is about 12 inches shorter than that. With the winds, I haven't been able to get a straight measurement on it yet to confirm.4paper thin junk worked until the first bit of wind then it was worn and unusable. all the metal grommets tore out with the wind also good thing there are so many so I could retie it down each time a diff one tore out 2Is their a word worse than crap? I don't often use such words as crap and in this case I don't even think that does this tarp justice. I unfortunately didn't realize how bad it was, until opening it, some 400 miles from home. It is made of two pieces, the fabric of which is so thin that the seams in places were split when I opened it and the colour was flaking off, so it was not fit for any purpose before I actually used it. I was using it to cover some expensive leather chairs that I was transporting home. Needless to say the tarp basically disintegrated on the way home. Thankfully it didn't rain, so I will put this down to experience, but I am surprised that anyone could actually make or sell a product that obviously is not only unusable for any purpose, but made of such substandard material that a child of five would have realized its inadequacy, so I am surprised at Amazon for including in Prime. I will have to be more careful in future 1Description is WrongWithout going into the background (a messed up Amazon delivery that left me having to hurry to put these tarps in place in the dark, in mud), I found out these tarps are notably smaller than described. Sadly, I found that out at a very bad time, when I was squeezed for time and could not afford to deal with this kind of problem.I had survey flags on the ground marking off 14' distances. I counted on the 16' length of this tarp to allow 2' of overlap when I laid out the tarps. When I opened and unfolded the tarps, I found the 14' side wasn't long enough to go from one of my flags to the next. The 16' side was barely longer than that 14'. I'd estimate the real size of this tarp as 13.5' x 14.5', at most. It's definitely NOT 16' long!As to the quality of the tarp, from what I read, I did not expect it to be a thick tarp. That's not what I needed. I would not use this tarp for hauling leaves or holding anything. It can work as cover to keep things dry, but not to hold or contain anything. If the size given in the description were accurate, I would have been quite satisfied and given it a 5 star rating, since it would be as described.But I was counting on this tarp to be the size in the description. Because it's not, my work will be set back at least a week and I have to continue fighting erosion. If I were not stuck with these tarps late at night, when I had to cover the ground before it rained, I would have just returned them.2Ok for the price, very thin material Tarp does the job but thinner than I thought it would be. Seems like it would tear easily in any wind. But so far so good. 4Good Tarp If You Understand What It Can and Can't DoI have used tarps like this in the past, and recommend using it where it can do the job. If you do that, it will serve you well.What it can't do: -- It can't replace a strong canvas tarp. It rips and tears easily, or if pulled tight against something sharp. -- Don't expect the tarp to not rip out the grommets if you have a lot of strong winds. -- It won't last forever. Sun and soft rubbing will eventually cause a hole to fray through.What it can do: -- It is waterproof (unless it rips). It will keep whatever is underneath it dry. -- If you are careful and choose jobs it can do, it should last at least three years.The down-and-dirty: This tarp, if ripped or frayed, will break down into strands of plastic. If you don't do anything to fix that issue, you will have strands tangling in other items in your yard. To fix, use duct tape. Tape on both sides for max hold, and easier to fix small tears before they expand to holes with strands flying about. Once you know it can rip or tear, you can do things to help it. My last tarp kept my wood (not always the smoothest items) dry for two years. Last year (third year) I didn't repair the tiny rips and had some wet wood. This year, I folded the old tarp and placed it on top of my wood pile (picture rows about 15 feet long, 5 feet deep). The folded old tarp protects the new tarp from sharp points as well as fraying when the wind blows. Expecting the new tarp to last at least three years if not longer due to the old tarp protecting it. Very satisfied.5You get what you pay forThis is the lightest-duty tarp I have ever worked with--very thin. Not that I am an expert in tarps, but I have certainly used a few in my day. On the one hand, it is very nice that it doesn't weigh that much, and for my purposes, that's a plus. However, I'm not super confident that it will not rip a hole in the near future...Speaking of holes, mine had a small hole in it when I first unfolded it--perhaps with a total area of a square inch... maybe less. Given that the tarp has an area of 1200 square feet, that's fairly insignificant. My main concern is that it may grow...And speaking of unfolding it for the first time, I thought I'd mention that doing so was a bit of a challenge--the tarp seemed to stick to itself slightly and was so light weight and large that it took a bit of time to get it all laid out mostly flat. This would have been much easier with 3 or 4 people instead of just me, but I don't seem to recall ever having a tarp stick to itself like that. I thought it was odd. No stars off, just a side note.At this price point, I can overlook a small hole and if it rips after a few uses, I think I can still give it 4 stars. If you want something that will last, you'll have to pay more for it. Probably quite a bit more.4poor quality, never again. Very thin. Metal eyelets have almist all fallen off the tarp. The tarp is lying over the top of my boat inside my garage. No reason for the metal eyelets to fall off fir no apparant reason since they are not being used nor under any stress. 1Very poor quality! We could see right through it Much lighter weight than anticipated and not the size advertised. Very poor quality! We could see right through it!!!! 1Don't waste your money on this tarp This is a VERY,VERY cheap tarp. I purchased the tarp to cover a metal frame temporary carport. I wasn't even finished putting up the cheap POS and one of the eyelets began to tear. Furthermore, the material is very thin. I would NEVER purchase this tarp knowing what I do now about the product. This tarp is probably good for ripping, tearing, flapping in the breeze, leaking in the rain and let's not forget color fading. I didn't buy this because of the price, I bought it because of the size. Now I have to search for a tarp all over again. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY unless you plan on using the tarp for one of the above activities. 2Really, really TEMPORARYSeemed good at first and has held up under mild weather for maybe the first three months. Doesn't tear easily and the grommets have held.Bought because our camper has an elusive leak, rained this weekend and it leaked like the tarp wasn't even there.I climbed up top to see if there was a rip and observed there is a sort of seam that joined two smaller pieces to make the large tarp. The entire length of the tarp, this seam is just a loose web with the coating completely gone. With so many holes, the tarp probably traps more water on the roof than no tarp at all.I get it, this wasn't super expensive but no one expects complete failure in under 6 months of non-challenging weather.This brand always seems to have nearly 5-stars but the reviews are always terrible. Weird! I won't buy again.1DON'T BUY IF YOU NEED WATERPROOF!DON'T BUY THIS IF YOU NEED WATERPROOF!!!! I was having flooring put into my house so needed to store my furniture out on a back patio deck. It rained during the week I had it stored. When I removed the tarp to bring the furniture back in, I found one area (OF COURSE IT HAD TO HAVE BEEN RIGHT OVER A PRESSED WOOD DESK THAT DOESN'T TAKE GETTING WET!) that was really wet. I couldn't see a tear in the tarp but I could watch water dripping in from several areas - it was like cheesecloth instead of being waterproof. It's lightweight and easy to use but that could be the problem for keeping out water. It is VERY THIN.1Very good for price A little thin. But holding up well. Very good for price. 4Very thin but can cover small cities.First of all, 20'x30' is ridiculously large. If you're thinking you need a large tarp and say to yourself, "20x30 is big and I need a big tarp, I'll just buy this one" you're in for a real interesting discovery when you open the package. Just when you think you've opened the last fold, you find more folds. I'm not entirely certain that this tarp doesn't extend into dimensions not comprehensible by the human brain.Okay, you need this giant tarp for some reason. Maybe you have to cover a baseball infield or an olympic-sized swimming pool, I don't know. Something you shouldn't use it for is to cover pointy things or as a base for a heavily-trafficked area, or anywhere people might walk on it to be honest. It's pretty thin. That being said, I used this tarp on a campout and it didn't tear. Well, I say "used" when I really mean that I fought a losing battle trying to prevent an enormous blue rectangle monster from escaping on the winds of freedom. So when I factor in the battle and capture of this animal I gotta respect the durability a little bit at least.I don't know if I'll ever find a use for this tarp, mainly because unleashing it from captivity is an all-day long affair. But if I decide that I want to double-wrap my Escalade in blue plastic I certainly have the ability to do so.3A Decent Cheap TarpIt's okay. First, its the cheapest you'll find for this size anywhere, so its fine given the price; however, for my needs (placed under my Intex Pool), I wished now that I purchased two because they're fairly thin and the weaving is cheap. I don't expect it to last long, but for the price you honestly cannot complain because anything really solid, think and as big as this will cost you double the price.3Three Stars we bought this a year ago and that's all it lasted.. approximately 1 year of lifetime. 3Garbage for outdoors. Garbage - Fell apart after 4 months of use. Harbor Freight had one that was same price and lasted 1 year in same conditions. Kotap = fail. 2Great on baseball fieldOur youth baseball organization bought 2 of these tarps to help keep our fields dry. So far they've worked great. We've used them 3 times and no problems. Tarps built for baseball fields are way too expensive for us so this one seems to get the job done just as good. The biggest concern was durability and these tarps seem pretty tough. The tarps have been pulled/dragged everywhere very hard by a crew of guys and have held up. No tears or rips. We use some big spikes in the grommets to keep it from flying away and no rips there so far. The toughest part with these tarps is getting them rolled back up and stored when not in use. We don't have a roller so folding it up is a pain but that doesn't have anything to do with how good they work. So far so good.5
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