Some Great Ways For You To Use Tarps Around Your Home
There are lots of ways to keep things safe outside. You can rake leafs in the fall to make your yard looking nice. You can shovel the snow so your neighbor doesn't fall when they're walking their dog. But a lot of people forget about keeping things covered.
If you want a tarp you should get the best tarp. The best tarp is a Talon Tuff Tarp. You can find great 10x10 tarps and 10x20 tarps at this link https://www.amazon.com/Talon-Tuff-Tarps-Blue-10x10/dp/B07P73KK14. It has a much better tear resistance than other tarps. You will not regret getting one of these tarps. You can do any of the below mentioned projects using a Talon Tuff Tarp.
Now that you know what the best tarp is here are some ideas about what to do with them:
Tarp as grill covers
Ok. This is an easy one. Don't waste a ton of money on a grill cover. Get a 10x10 tarp and use it to cover your grill. You can use bungee cords to tie it down. My tip is take a bungee cord around the tarp and under both sides of the grill. If you want you can string one bungee all the around the underside of the grill.
Cover your camp fire with a tarp
Here is one you might not have thought of...cover your campfire wood with your tarp. It's easy. A tarp actually has a pretty high melting point. If you keep the tarp at least 7 feet above the fire you should be fine. Tie up the tarp like in the picture and you can have a campfire in the rain.
Use a tarp to keep snow off your driveway
Hate shoveling snow off your drive? Well before it snows stake down a tarp over your drive way. If you've bought a good quality tarp you can pull it back and the snow will come with it. Try not to use a tarp that is too large. You might have to recruit your neighbor to help peal back everything. If you get a 10 x 10 tarp or 10 x 20 tarp you shouldn't have a problem. I prefer the 10 x 20 tarp because it's just big enough to cover the drive and I'm still able to scoot the tarp across the ground and unfold the snow into my yard.