10 Burlap Bags
These rugged burlap bags are made with a thick weave for heavy-duty applications. Our burlap bags are reinforced on one side for extra durability. These tough, coarsely-woven burlap bags can be used for so many different applications like building flood barriers, sandbagging, landscaping and construction. Grown from jute plants, burlap bags are 100% biodegradable, meaning that they decompose on their own. This reduces wastes in our landfills and provides an environmentally friendly solution for preventing floods and erosion.
In case you were wondering, here's the difference between monofilament bags, regular sandbags and burlap bags:
So monofilament bags are made from polyethylene (which is an extremely heavy duty plastic), allowing the bag to last up to three years under direct sunlight. Our monofilament bags are available in 11" x 48" (available in green), 17" x 27" (available in brown) and 14" x 26" (available in yellow). We recommend someone to use monofilament bags if they do not plan on moving the bags for a couple of years.
Meanwhile, regular sandbags are made from polypropylene (which is also a plastic), but does not last as long as monofilament bags. Our Sandbaggy sandbags which comes with 1600 UV typically lasts about six months under direct sunlight. Our sandbags are available in 14" x 26" (available in military green, white, beige, and orange), 18" x 30" (available in white) and 25" x 40" (available in white). We recommend someone to use regular sand bags if they are on a limited budget.
Meanwhile, burlap bags are made from strong jute natural fibers. So it is 100% biodegradable. It is perfect for someone who wants to protect the environment by reducing waste. Our Sandbaggy burlap bags are available in 14" x 26", 22" x 36", and 24" x 40." We’ve found that our burlap bags are used to store food (since our bags are food grade), store hardware and metal parts, flood control, and sack racing.