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Hercules Poly Sandbags Gov-Spec Self-Sealing 50 Count

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  • Meets all government specs
  • Size: 14" x 22.75"
  • 3" lip with adhesive strip
  • No slip finish
  • UV protection for longevity

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  • ASIN: B01HP98FTG
  • Date first available at Dec 3 2016
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Poly Sandbags, Heavy-Duty 14"W x 22.75"L By Hercules, Case of 50 Made of rugged and durable plastic, our sand bags can withstand the rigorous demands placed on sand bags. Their innovative peel-and-stick tape strip allows for easy closure without cumbersome ties. Designed with strength and ease-of-use in mind, these sandbags provide the solid performance you want with the economy you need. So wheather you need help with erosion, flood control, composting or storage, no other sandbag stacks up to these. Erosion control (great for use around ponds and low lying streams. Traffic barricade around low lying buildings. Composting, Mixing soil and fertilizer, storage, temporary structures and barriers.

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