As the name implies, multi surface protection film is versatile option that can be used for a number of different applications. Easily applied to surfaces in a matter of minutes, multi surface protection film can be used in both vertical and horizontal applications, making it an ideal choice for virtually any type of smooth surface. Whether to prevent dust and dirt from spreading during construction and remodeling projects, or to help protect areas of your home during a renovation, surface protection film can used on surfaces like interior mirrors and glass, countertops, ceramic tile walls and floors, concrete floors and surfaces, vinyl surfaces, and other non-porous compositions like granite, marble, quarry, and porcelain.
Multi-Layer Surface Protection
Multi-Layer Surface Protection Film
Benefits of Multi-Layer Surface Protection Films
At Window Film Depot, we provide a number of solutions when it comes to protective film products, with 3M offering exceptional capabilities in surface protection film. Of the most popular products in this class, 3M Scotchgard Surface Protection Film is widely-applicable option that’s used in airports, building entrances, bathrooms, kitchens and cafeterias, building and construction sites, retail stores and shopping outlets, and other heavy traffic areas. The beauty behind this 3M surface protection film is that it’s thin, almost invisible to the eye, and requires no special tools or installation techniques to install or remove.
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Multi-Layer Surface Protection Film Products
A global US brand, CNN Tower required enhanced security for the existing annealed glass throughout the building.
Working around production schedules, WFD installers worked 24-7 in order to deliver the finished project on time and under budget.
Graffiti tagging and acid etching causing significant damage to transit station glass surfaces creating expensive replacement costs for MTA and an eye sore for citizen passengers.
MTA required ‘above standard’ installation to cure the tagging problem while mandating nighttime installation work. Lighting and wind breaks stationed to create ‘clean / safe’ space in order for WFD tec