Supersize Black Poly Vinyl Flame Retardant
Supersize Flame Ret Poly Vinyl Black
Cover large areas easliy and affordable!
Cover walls or unsightly floors with Supersize Black Poly Vinyl. The water resistant, flame retardant and best of all reusable Black Poly Vinyl is an affordable decorating choice. The Black Poly Vinyl comes in 20 foot X 100 foot rolls and is 2.0 mil thick.
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- Covers Walls Quickly
- Easy to use
- Good Value
- High School Graduations
Covers large surfaces up to 20 feet wide like ceilings. It can easily be cut smaller to cover wall, tables, and other surfaces to give character to a room for graduations, weddings, and other gatherings. The material is light weight so can be stapled or taped to walls without falling. Coverage is very good and it can be taken down with ease and reused for another event. OUr school has used this product for many years now with excellent results. A bonus is that it is fire retardant so it conforms to fire regulations in church halls and gymnasiums.
- Flame Retardant
- Creates A Partition
- Shrink Large Space
I suspended it from very tall ceiling and "built" a wall between the event space and catering area.
- Background Cover
- Do-it-Yourself Weddings
- Wall Cover
Used for a backdrop for party. Great coverage, great size, but pricey. If you are not required to have flame retardent material, I would suggest the other one. Listed under this one. Have to search to find, but much cheaper and covers just as well.
We are using if for a false ceiling in our gym. We will save it for another use in the future.
Cons: Wrinkled when you unroll it that don't really come out.
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Q:Do you have the burn test for BGVP20BLK poly?Asked on 4/15/2013 by Greg
A:Please see the following link for our copies of our flame retardant information.Answered on 4/17/2013 by CSR
Q:What happens if I only want 20' x20' from this roll is there anyplace they sell it for specific measuresAsked on 6/29/2012 by Macuchi from Mexico
A:We only sell this by the roll.Answered on 7/9/2012 by csr
Q:We are wanting to use the poly vinyl as a false ceiling in a hall for a masquerade ball. Just wondering how managable this product is and whether it would be too thick to hang from the ceiling?Asked on 5/28/2012 by Anonymous
A:It is very manageable and will work for what you need.Answered on 5/29/2012 by CSR
Q:How is this product packed for shipment? Is it truly rolled up or is it folded of a roll?Asked on 2/15/2012 by Anonymous
A:Poly vinyl is shipped on a roll.Answered on 2/16/2012 by csr
Q:How many rolls will it take of this size to cover the a gymnasium just the walls where the bleachers/seats are?Asked on 2/11/2012 by walden from Dublin, Ga
A:Please contact our customer service dept once you have your dimensions. - 1-800-314-8736 (se habla Español M-F 9:30a-6p EST)Answered on 2/13/2012 by csr
A:You must contact our customer service dept with the dimensions of your room in order to tell you how much poly vinyl you will need.Answered on 2/13/2012 by csr
Q:I have ordered this product recently and want to cover gymnasium walls. What is the best way to adhere this Poly Vinyl to painted concrete so that it can be re-used again and again? I have used inferior plastic before and when I've used duct tape to attach it to the walls I'm not able to remove it off the plastic without ripping therefore it rendering it unusable. What would you suggest? Will this product stand up to duct tape or carpet tape with out tearing or ripping when I try to take it off? My goal is to re-use the poly vinyl next year. I purchased the black color. Thanks for your advice.Asked on 11/8/2010 by Anonymous
A:While we recommend that you use a heavy duty tape of some type being duct tape. However you will run the risk of tearing it when taking it down unless you are very careful when doing so.Answered on 11/9/2010 by CSR
A:Use clips/clamps to hang it over a wire. No holes, tape, comes down easily, but stays up great! Clothespins would probably even work!Answered on 2/28/2013 by PattyCake from Hillsboro, Kansas
A:use black duct tape to adhere it to the wall and when removing the tape, slice it cleanly with a box cutter, the black tape will still be there but be unnoticeable. peel the remaining black tape off the wall and walla! you are doneAnswered on 10/6/2012 by marsha from ky