Easiest way to mask carpet stairs

Posted by David Cook 10/11/2014 3 Comment(s) Videos - Installation Help & Tips,

Mask stairs the easy way without leaving a trip hazard! Order Here

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dave:
13/11/2014, 02:41:23 AM
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We made this video because some customers where having trouble masking stairs (trying to do it by them self's as we thinks it's a 2 man/women job:) We welcome your ideas on any subject, so feel free to comment or ask a question.Hope this has helped you.

Bernard:
10/04/2015, 12:47:37 PM
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Does your carpet protection work on 100% wool carpet without leaving a residue after being in place for 2 weeks.

Dave:
10/04/2015, 12:49:11 PM

2 weeks is well within the recommended down time, however 100% wool carpets are more likely to de-fluff and the carpet protection film will remove loose fibers! So you may want to test it first. We have had clients leave it down for over 6 months on standard carpets (but I would recommend removing the film sooner than that) .Thanks Dave

Sadie Byrne:
09/11/2015, 09:44:33 AM
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I was watching The Block and saw they used a carpet film, but they had issues with it sticking to the carpet too much, so much so that it damaged the carpet when they were pulling the film up. What's the story with that, is that a common occurrence? I've a renno project planned but need to protect the existing carpet and don't want the hassle of drop sheets but I don't want to risk damaging my carpets.

Dave:
09/11/2015, 12:03:01 PM

Although the film used on The Block wasn't supplied by Protective Film I can see what the problem was here. The contestants were using blow heaters to speed up the paint-drying of their room. Carpet protection film can withstand heats of up to 60oC, above that temperature you are going to have issues with the film's adhesive drying out and therefore over-sticking to your carpets. Our advice - don't have industrial heaters blowing hot air directly onto the carpet film. Note that The Bock has an unrealistic time frame placed on its contestants and so the need for industrial heaters etc but that's what makes the show so entertaining')

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