Brett_Murphy PowerDork
6/26/17 10:35 a.m.

Yes, it is probably fairly nasty. You were probably just going to throw it out.

However, as a splash guard for draining your coolant, ATF or other messy job, it works really well.

Donebrokeit Dork
6/26/17 10:55 a.m.

And moving "expired" hookers.

Huckleberry MegaDork
6/26/17 11:09 a.m.

There are many uses.

EastCoastMojo Mod Squad
7/3/17 9:10 a.m.

You can throw plastic shower curtains in the washing machine with a few hand towels. With hot water and some bleach they come out surprisingly clean. Use the delicate cycle to keep the agitation speed low. I toss mine in the dryer for a couple minutes on low to get the wrinkles out. Clean enough to reuse as a shower curtain and certainly clean enough for use in the garage.

759NRNG HalfDork
7/11/17 9:30 a.m.

Mine covers surrounding benches etc. when the saw dust machinery is in use.

wsouders New Reader
9/28/17 11:44 p.m.

I use mine as a regular drop cloth for just about everything around the house. They work great when trimming bushes as the little needles from them slide right off into our recycle bag.

spitfirebill MegaDork
6/7/18 9:03 a.m.

I've been using two old ones for years to do oil changes. 

Professor_Brap Reader
6/7/18 9:17 a.m.

I normally buy them at the dollar store and keep a few around to do oil changes and coolant work. 

6/7/18 9:38 a.m.
Professor_Brap said:

I normally buy them at the dollar store and keep a few around to do oil changes and coolant work. 

^^^ I agree, just buy. It's only like $3.00 for a shower curtain liner. I'm cheap, but have my limits. By the time a shower curtain liner is soap covered and/or moldy and needs replacement we don't even want to touch it in the shower, so certainly don't want to store it, handle it, and lay on it under a car. 

Tom_Spangler UberDork
6/7/18 10:00 a.m.
Donebrokeit said:

And moving "expired" hookers.

Call girl, Cyril! Trinette takes pride in her work.

Apexcarver UltimaDork
6/7/18 10:25 a.m.

they also make a pretty good masking barrier if you are painting something large. 

Tom_Spangler UberDork
6/7/18 10:32 a.m.

Serious question: Do they do anything a cheap 5x7 tarp wouldn't do just as well?

Brett_Murphy PowerDork
6/7/18 7:53 p.m.

Don't throw out your old 5x7 tarp, either. It does many of the same things but it slightly less waterproof.

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