When a tarpaulin’s size is mentioned, it can either be a cut-size or a finished size. Both these terms are part of the tarp-industry jargon.
Whether the size is a cut-size or a finished-size, we mention it.
Finished-size is the actual size that you get.
A cut-size basically is the fabric dimension before its hem and seam are sewn. In the tarps that we manufacture & sell, finished size (that is the actual size) would be 2 inches shorter from both length as well as breadth, than the cut-size. However, in most cases, we have mentioned the finished-size itself.

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