Tarpaulins are usually made of waterproof and sturdy materials and are the perfect covering to withstand severe weather conditions, dirt, and debris. It has many uses. There are basically five kinds of materials commonly used to make waterproof cloth: polyethylene, canvas, vinyl, silicone nylon, and mesh.
Tarpaulins can be used as a shelter against natural conditions such as strong wind, rain, and/or sunlight; mats or tents for camping; waterproof covers for sports fields (such as cricket) or objects and objects (such as vehicles); Banners and other advertising printed materials; the protection of scaffolding is almost as big and strong as you think; a good boat cover.
Polyethylene tarpaulin or polyethylene tarpaulin is not a real fabric, but a laminated woven sheet. This material is actually a polyethylene plastic woven tape bonded to the surface of a polyethylene sheet.