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We are still open and completely self-isolated. Orders are still shipping AND we are offering free return shipping and full refunds on unused/undamaged netting. Our annual return rate is 0.2% and we are very confident in the quality of our products.
Our All-Purpose Mosquito Netting is a great budget option for all indoor and most outdoor applications, and is best used for fashioning bed nets and tents, for screening large windows or doors, or for short-term use screening porches, patios, and gazebos.
The netting is 100% polyester and was milled in Huzhou, China. The netting is untreated (no infused repellent or chemical) and is designed to the United Nations' standards for mosquito netting at 75 denier and with 156 holes per square inch. All-Purpose Mosquito Netting is white in color and we sell this netting in 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 foot lengths.
9.5ft-wide All-Purpose Mosquito Netting is often used to screen porches and patios, and in good conditions, will last 5+ years. Nonetheless, All-Purpose Mosquito Netting is not specifically designed for permanent outdoor use and is susceptible to extreme conditions like strong winds and persistent exposure to direct sunlight. Therefore, for permanent outdoor use, we offer and highly recommend our 12ft-wide Heavy-Duty Porch & Patio Netting, which is available in both black and white.
If you would like to know whether All-Purpose Mosquito Netting would work for you, we do offer free samples that are shipped same-day. Click here to request a free sample!
Fineness: 156 holes per square inch
Width: 4.5 ft & 9 feet
Sold in 10 foot increments
Would have been easier to put up ,if the netting came on a roll..but still works great..
its great, does its job at keeping bugs out whilst still letting light in. we basically made our patio into a sun room/ patio garden
it worked out great!
Nets are still in the box, waiting for spring reseeding