Netting 72"x40 Yd BlackNETB40 BLK
Black netting has so many wonderful uses.
Black Netting makes it so easy to create bows, dress up columns and other wonderful things. Each roll of flame retardant Black Netting measures 72 inches wide x 40 yards long. The uses for Black Netting are endless.
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- Easy To Use
- Good Value
- Small Gauge Net
- Creative Idea For Netting
OK, I did not use this for a party, it was better! As a gardener, I can't stand bugs!! I made a "beekeepers veil" to go over my gardening hat to keep pesky gnats, etc... away as I garden. But, the main reason I purchased this was to make sacks to slip over the 50+ bushes I had just planted only to find that we are to be inudated with cicadas this year! Yikes! Traditional netting (from gardening sites) was way too expensive for that quantity. Sooo, a search lead me to Shidigz. Thank you!
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Q:Besides the width of the fabric and yardage on a roll, what are the differences between the tulle and the netting fabrics? Are the weave holes larger in one than the other?Asked on 6/6/2012 by marchterry from MA
A:Tulle - smaller, tighter woven holes and has a nice flow to it (typically used on bridal veils & to hold birdseed)
Netting - larger holes, a little bit heavier than tulle and doesn't have the flow to it that tulle does.Answered on 6/7/2012 by csr
Q:which product is more opaque (harder to see through) the netting or the gossamer. I am trying to cover a ceiling and what to really hide the ceiling but like the lights shine through.Asked on 11/6/2011 by Dennis The Dad from Flat Rock, MI
A:Netting has holes so it is very visible on the opposite side. Gossamer is a very lightweight material but it is what we used a lot when draping from ceilings and using in our backdrops that you see on our large kits online. I would most definitely choose gossamer and not the netting.Answered on 11/7/2011 by csr