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Made out of polypropylene, mesh tarps are used at home for shade and gardens and can be found commercially on trucks or construction sites. Mesh tarps are often used on their own in these instances, as the material lets some light in – but not all – and is durable. Shade canopies, additionally, use mesh tarps, and these steel structures with a flat roof may be used to create a shaded area in your backyard or on a patio or create a low-light place for plants.

Although permeable, mesh tarps are designed to let light pass through. Not all light comes through the material, however, and mesh tarps sold through allow 50 percent in. The polypropylene, like most other tarp materials, is treated to be UV resistant, mildew resistant, and waterproof and is tear resistant.

At home, mesh tarps assist with creating a low-light or shaded area. Certain plants in a garden, for example, do not need direct sunlight, and if your property does not have such a shaded area for planting, create one with a mesh tarp. If you yourself want shade outdoors, a steel canopy with a mesh sun tarp is lightweight enough to be carried and placed in several areas.

Larger mesh tarps may be found on trucks for keeping materials contained. Many states have laws regarding litter, and no matter if trash or gravel is being transported in a truck bed, a stray item that flies out will not only end up on the side of the road but it also becomes a hazard to motorists and pedestrians. Mesh tarps, when attached to a truck bed, are ideal for covering materials, such as rocks, gravel, or trash, that can be exposed to moisture or UV rays.

Also used for containing particles, mesh tarps are common on constructions sites, particularly those directly by a sidewalk or street. Small particles can easily escape the area, becoming a hazard to pedestrians or motorists, and to contain as much debris as possible, mesh tarps may line a fence surrounding the area.