These are not 30"x27' that are competitors are selling. Ours are 30"x30' you get more for the same price. Plus these are commercial grade quality which means a lot thicker, heavier and will last longer.
Mexican Rain Cape Roof Thatching
Description of Mexican Rain Cape Thatch: Mexican Rain Cape makes it effortless to convert ordinary structures into tropical island retreats with its shaggy fringe thatch exterior and woven knotted interior.
Mexican Rain Cape Thatch Features: Versatile product; can be cut using scissors to any shape between the knots without unraveling. Kind a like cutting a fish net.
Applications for Mexican Rain Cape Thatch: Apply to a plywood deck with staples or on horizontal 1/2" x 1/2" batten boards to create a more authentic looking thatched roof.
Can be applied directly to batons for a more authentic look.
Retail display product stands with a mini thatched roof.
Specifications of Mexican Rain Cape Thatch: Hand-woven palm leaf sheet is for 30" x 30' x 1" thick and weigh 25 lbs each roll.
Sold individually in one long thatch roll. Can measure up to 33' long.
Longevity: 5-6 years outdoors; indefinitely indoors.
If you have any questions, our experienced sales team is here to help you. Please call: (808) 557 2797 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are delighted to help!
An easy way to change the look of a room and to bring some island style to your patio or pool bar.
Thatch panels and rolls are constructed by taking natural palm leaves, making them into strips and then curing them. They are then woven into what we call thatch to make a number of different products like panels or rolls.
Cutting the Thatch
Thatch rolls and panels can be cut to fit any size and shape tiki hut or bar. Our thatch are hand woven with a knot and weave pattern, this allows you to cut the thatch, horizontal, vertical or diagonal without unraveling the final product. If you need to trim off any excess overhang, this should be done from the knotted side. Determine the amount to cut and follow a uniform or straight line along the knotted pattern. This will render a finished and layered look from the outside (unknotted side).
Attaching the Thatch
There are several ways to attach the thatch to the roof. The preferred method should be done with a staple gun and galvanized staples. Depending on the sub roof, meaning the thickness of plywood the recommended staples should be 1/2” to 3/4”. If your structure is seasonal, and you
plan on removing the top for winter storage, zip lock ties are the best alternative for attachment. This, will allow you to remove the thatch with
little to no damage to the material.
TRANSFORM your tiki bar or luau into a TROPICAL PARADISE!
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