12x19 Burlap Bags, Burlap Sacks, and Potato Sacks For Sale
- Size: 12 in. x 19 in.
- 9 oz natural fibers
- 50 lbs weight capacity
- Burlap bags, burlap sacks, and potato sacks at wholesale prices and in bulk quantities
- Comparable to burlap sacks sold at Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, Tractor Supply, and Hobby Lobby
- Includes tie string: used to enclose burlap bags
- Great for building flood barriers, erosion control, and storing metal parts & hardware
- Absorbs moisture & allows airflow
- Burlap sacks last 6 months under direct sunlight, providing flood protection throughout the rainy season
- 100% biodegradable
- 30-day return policy
- Free shipping (4 business days) to continental USA
Heavy duty applications: 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.
Eco-friendly: 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.
Other names for burlap bags: sandbags, burlap sacks, potato sack race bags, gunny sack, potato sacks, burlap sack, sack race bags, potato sack, small burlap bags, and burlap potato sacks
Sandbags Filling Tips
- Fill sandbags ½ to ⅔ full and tie the bag at the top (lay flat when in place). This sandbag should weigh between 35-40 lbs. An overfilled sandbag weighs between 60-75 lbs and will leave gaps which will allow water to seep through.
- Always wear gloves during filling operation to avoid hand injuries and protect from contaminants in sand and floodwater. Safety goggles should be used on dry and windy days.
- Filling sandbags is physically demanding work and can easily cause back and other injuries if not careful. Always lift with your legs and not your back. Do not reach out, bend over, or twist when lifting.
- Do not throw sandbags - it stresses the back and shoulders. Rather use a brigade line to pass bags
- Use a short handled, #2 rounded point shovel with straight shaft and D grip, bagger scoop or funnel to fill sandbags.
- Remove any debris from the areas where the sandbags will be placed. After placing the sandbag, walk on sandbags to create a tight seal between each bag.
- Sandbaggy sandbags are built to withstand both gravel or sand. Be aware of poor quality sandbags that rupture when filled with sharp gravel rocks.
- Gravel should be filled in sandbag when used as an erosion control device (on slopes). Sand should be filled for flood control needs, whether to protect doors or garage or to divert water. If sand or gravel is not accessible, less effective solutions is to fill the sandbags with backyard soil.
What's the difference between monofilament bags, regular sandbags, and burlap bags?Monofilament Bags
- Made from polyethylene (an extremely heavy duty plastic)
- Last up to three years under direct sunlight
- Sizes: 11" x 48" (green), 17" x 27" (brown), 14" x 26" (yellow)
- Recommended if you plan on keeping them in place for a couple of years
- Made from polypropylene (plastic)
- Does not last as long as monofilament bags
- Last about six months under direct sunlight
- Sizes: 14" x 26" (military green, white, beige, or orange), 18" x 30" (white), 25" x 40" (white)
- Recommended for economical buyers
- Made from strong jute natural fibers
- 100% biodegradable
- Sizes: 12" x 19", 14" x 26", 22" x 36", 24" x 40"
- Uses: storage of hardware and metal parts, flood control, sack racing
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