Cover a large background easily with Black Poly Vinyl!
Use Black Poly Vinyl to cover floors, walls and drape across ceilings to give your event a unique look. Each roll of Black Poly Vinyl is water resistant measuring 6 feet wide x 50 feet long. Poly Vinyl is 2.0 mils thick.
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This product was perfect for what we needed. We were creating a spook alley and need the hallway to be pitch black. This product did just that. It was also very durable and lightweight and best of all, inexpensive.
I bought this to darken a room for a Black Light party. I was so happy when it arrived because it REALLY WORKED! However, the idea I had for hanging it did not work, so I just used it to block the windows and as table covers (very slippery so it needs taped down). We cemented PVC pipe into a bucket and I was going to string this between them like a curtain, but the distance I wanted (25') was too long and not enough "stands" were made.
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Q:I was planning to use this in our garage to black out the walls for a Glow in the Dark Party for my daughter. Is this thick enough that you won't be able to see through it?
A:The black poly vinyl is dark enough to not see thru it
Q:Hello can I put this over flat carpet? Can my guest walk over this on flat carpet?
A:As long as you "tac" it down as it can be slippery.
Q:I would like to use this to cover up the walls in a lunchroom...exactly what would be good to use to hold this down to the wall so that it will not come off during the dance.
A:It depends on the surface you are wanting to hold this against. You can use duct tape on the back side or clear tape along the edges.