FRAKTATarpaulin rope, blue

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With this rope you can fix a load firmly in place to a trailer or roof rack. If you also want to protect the load, it fits perfectly in the loops on FRAKTA tarpaulin which is sold separately.

Article Number282.603.00

Product details

Holds the tarp in place.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number282.603.00
  • 100 % polypropylene

Measurements

Length: 33 '

  • FRAKTA
    Tarpaulin ropeArticle Number282.603.00

    Width: 3 ½ "

    Height: 2 ¼ "

    Length: 10 "

    Weight: 4 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.4(7)
FraktaLisaThis matches the blue tarp I bought and there was just enough for my use4
Great product, good quality atMirrowGreat product, good quality at affordable price.5
It’s a ropelisaI grab one of these ropes, every so often, when I’m at Ikea. The price is good, and they’re handy to have around - I keep one in the car, and one in my backpack. Useful and inexpensive.5
Perfect to tie down my hatchback doornjDudeI just keep it in the trunk. When I buy something too big to fit in my car with the hatchback closed, I just tie the hatchback down with this rope.5
Bad Rope? NopestevenwIf you have a baby tree that’s leaning the wrong way, this blue rope can be used to persuade the thing to straighten up and fly right. Worked for me.5
Nice Rope but...WhatwhatI bought this rope to use as a dog leash for someone in need outside of the store. I would have given it more stars if it wasn't so hard to open. The rope was twisted in a way that it was impossible to open with our hands. We had to cut it with scissors to unwind the whole thing. Luckily, we had scissors to use.2
Purchased a few for earthquake/disaster suppliesAuntie BezI have a plastic tarp that can be turned into a tentlike covering with this rope tied to a couple of poles or trees. Hope to never have to use it! (Can't rate product quality or whether the product works as expected as I have not used it yet.) Seems to be good quality tarp rope.5
FRAKTA Tarpaulin rope, blue

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