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Product description

IPSXP shrub covers work perfect to protect your plants and bushes from winter winds, late freezes, hungry animals and more.

Specification:

Size: 75”H x 85”W

Weight: 1.45lb

quantity: 2 pieces

fabric weight: 2.06oz/sq yd

Light transmission: 30%

Frost protection Range: down to 20ºF

How to install IPSXP bushes to prevent cold fronts:

1. Unzip it and put it on your plant.

2. Cover plants from top to bottom

3. Zip up

4. Tighten the drawstring to secure the bottom of the bush

Tips

The transmittance of this 2.06 ounce / square yard fabric is 30%. It is used to prevent frost, and if it is sunny, you can remove it to get more sunlight and oxygen.

The shroud cover measures 75 "H x 85" W. If your plant size has exceeded it, it will be difficult to cover your plant perfectly.

It is recommended to simply clean the plant cover after use. This will increase the life of this plant cover and you will be able to reuse it.

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