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Visquine is a brand of plastic sheeting, commonly between 4 and 10 mils (0.1 to 0.25 mm) thick, used as a temporary tarpaulin. It is commonly used to cover concrete as it sets, as a drop cloth when painting, to line decorative ponds, and to cover the ground before applying stone or wood chips to prevent weed growth. Large (100' x 20') sheets of visquine are also used during flood fights to protect levees from wave wash erosion.

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