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Clean-Up Canvas Tarp with Handles

By Allsop Garden

$19.95 $17.96
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This sturdy leaf tarp is a toughened (and smartened) up take on the classic yard work staple. Interlocking rubber handles make hauling leaves, grass clippings, and other yard waste easier, and reinforced edges fight fraying.

  • Materials: Woven polyethylene, nylon cord, rubber, stainless steel & aluminum
  • Care: Wipe with damp cloth or hose off & allow to air dry to clean after each use
  • Equipped with four reinforced soft grip interlocking rubber handles
  • Heavy duty tarp great for hauling leaves, plant clippings & lawn debris
  • Makes yard or garden clean-up easy
  • Made with rust-proof materials
  • Reinforced edges & corners for added durability
  • Includes 1-year manufacturer warranty
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Open: 79" x 73"
  • Weight: 1.85 lbs.

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I used to use a plain tarp to pick up my leaves. This tarp with handles makes it much easier to gather my leaves in the fall and not have the leaves fall out.More > < Less

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About Allsop Garden

Garden Gear

Allsop Garden is known for their innovative take on traditional equipment. And their folding garden cart and leaf tarp fit the better-working bill. Both tools make yard work easier thanks to smartened-up designs.

The WheelEasy collapsible wheelbarrows were invented by Jim Allsop in 2000. They are durably made from powder-coated steel and vinyl-coated nylon and are surprisingly lightweight. There are two sizes to handle up to 150 or 350 pounds and both have a lower center of gravity that makes for easier maneuverability. The folding design lets you ground-load, too. The Clean-up Canvas is a toughened-up tarp. It has built-in rubber handles that interlock to make it easier to haul leaves, grass clippings, and other yard debris up to 300 pounds.

Jim’s daughter Jamey now joins him at Allsop Garden, where the two are always looking for better ways to tackle work in the yard.