Bollard Cover Sox - Valentines

SKU CCW-28-021-00898
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  • Easy installation
  • Fade resistant for 6 years
  • Secure fit
  • Brings a festive mood
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$37.95

Product Overview

Check out the Valentine’s Bollard Cover Sox, found at Post Guard! Made of high density polyethylene, this product is designed to be flexible, durable and absorb impact. The ultraviolet additives it contains are a perfect tool against extreme temperatures, as well as fading – which is why this Bollard Cover will not fade for 6 years! Protect your vehicles and structures from damage and get your Valentine’s Bollard Cover today, with or without reflective stripes!

Includes:
Bollard Cover Sox – Valentine’s

Features:

  • Manufactured using a 1/8" thick High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) with stronger intermolecular forces, tensile strength, and solvent resistance
  • Durable, flexible HDPE plastic designed to absorb impact
  • Contains ultraviolet additives that resist fading and withstands extreme temperatures
  • Guaranteed to be fade resistant for 6 years
  • Quick and easy installation that ensures a secure fit
  • Protects both vehicles and structures from expensive damage

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: High Density Polyethylene
  • Dimensions: 4.5’ x 52’’’ or 7’’ x 52’’
  • Style and Color: Valentine’s

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