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Temporary Polythene Sheeting 4x25m (250 gauge)

Temporary Polythene Sheeting 4x25m (250 gauge)

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Transparent Polythene sheet material typically used for wrapping materials for protection during despatch, on-site handling and often polytunnels. Temporary polythene sheeting is ideal for protection of furniture from dust and paint during building works. It can also be used taped down to cover furniture during transport to protect from dirt and rain. Not to be used as a damp proof membrane. Size: 4m x 25m. Colour: Clear. 250 gauge.

Code: 674800


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£17.89 Each (ex. VAT)

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Size 4m x 25m, Colour Clear
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Temporary Polythene Sheeting 4x25m (250 gauge)

Transparent Polythene sheet material typically used for wrapping materials for protection during despatch, on-site handling and often polytunnels. Temporary polythene sheeting is ideal for protection of furniture from dust and paint during building works. It can also be used taped down to cover furniture during transport to protect from dirt and rain. Not to be used as a damp proof membrane. Colour: Clear. Size: 4m x 25m. 250 gauge.

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