This simple plastic clamp has the grip of a crocodile ideal for a bunch of uses.
Compact: Only 8cm long and 2.5 cm wide
Some Scenario’s these clamps have been used:
It was pouring rain and the canvas on my camper was pooling water. One of these tarp clamps and I was able to create a v-drain for the water to get away without damaging the canvas.
Perfect for strapping a large sunshade in place! Much easier to use than grommets, snap-together clamps or other clips. We used them with heavy vinyl-coated wire clothesline to suspend a very long sunshade along the open side of a patio roof. We also found that we could double-fold the fabric and even a third layer so the clamps will open up to accept any heavy tarp. The clamps have a hook and also a hole you can use to secure in place. We’ve used bungee cords and rubber tie-down straps also.
I needed help feeding my awning through the chanel on the side of my van. this clamp and a small rope gave me the leverage I needed.
I had to create a shaded “wall” and these created anchor points to make that possible. I’ve hung towels from canopies, clear shower curtains in the rain, etc. Love them camping.
I tried to get a good nights sleep but the awning on 4WD was flapping in the wind. This clamp a guy rope gave me the piece and quite I need to get to sleep.