Conquer the heat with this must-have summer item from Outsunny. Enjoy your outdoor living spaces just a little more by staying cool and shaded. The 10’ rectangle sail shade has been specially designed with a 185gsm waterproof Polyethylene weave fabric that allows the sail to breathe freely so you can still enjoy the summer breeze. This handy sun sail actually lowers the temperature beneath it by up to 6.5 degrees while blocking up to 95% of harmful cancer causing UV rays.
Attach your sunscreen awning virtually anywhere including columns, decks, patios, trees or the side of your home. Don’t have a solid surface to secure your sun sail? Don’t worry. Outsunny has developed an adjustable sun sail installation kit. (sold separately) that will allow you to install your sun sail in open areas such as open fields, baseball parks and even the beach! The color fast Polyethylene fabric will never rot, rust or mildew allowing you to enjoy this item for years to come. Expand your outdoor enjoyment with the wonderfully versatile sun sail from Outsunny.
Features: - Block 95% of harmful UV rays so you can enjoy the sun - Cools down area below it to give you nice place to hang out - Well ventilated fabric - Durable D-rings allow you to attach it almost anywhere - Lightweight and easy to store when not in use - Can be used for both residential and commercial applications
Specifications: - Color: Grey - Overall: 13' x 20' Rectangular - With 8.2' length and 0.5mm diameter rope - Rope material: PE - Stainless Steel D-Ring at each corner (5 diameters) - Material: high quality fabric cloth (185 gsm)
Included: 4 x rings at each corner 4 x ropes 1 x sail shade
The State of California Health and Safety Coded Section 25249.6, et seq., commonly known as Prop. 65, requires products to be labeled if any of over 900 chemicals are present even in trace amounts.
WARNING: This product can expose you to di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which has been identified by the State of California to be a causative agent of cancer and reproductive toxicity. For more information about prop 65, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov