Flooring Nightmares: Protect Newly Installed Floors

It’s dark in the big, empty house. You turn a corner and bump into a scaffold. Suddenly, there’s a thud and a clatter, and you’re covered with a sticky red goo. Oh no, I’m bleeding! you think to yourself. Then you slowly realize you’re not really hurt, it wasn’t blood at all — it was just… Read More


Surface Protection 101: Back to School Basics

Students and teachers everywhere are heading back to school, so we thought we’d take a moment to give our readers a quick refresher course on surface protection basics. No homework, detention or pop quizzes, we promise! Get a Grip Our surface protection products are designed to grip when pressure is applied, but they may lose… Read More


Taping Floor Protection: A Sticky Subject

Tapes and adhesives are wonderful, useful products – but sometime’s they’re a little too good at their job. Tape can be kind of like a nagging mother-in-law – it just doesn’t know when to let things go. Using the wrong kind of adhesives or poor quality tapes can lead to all sorts of problems on any project. In the… Read More


Reuse, Recycle: Creative Uses for Our Drop Cloths

Customers love our drop cloths for a variety of reasons, but one of the biggest reasons is because they’re reusable. Contractors keep the same drop cloth through a couple of jobs, then use it for demolition work when it’s worn out. Or they’ll leave remnants with the homeowners to protect their floors while moving furniture and appliances back… Read More


Protect Cabinets and Floors in Minutes: Video How-to

How to protect cabinets and floors is a constant challenge that anyone in construction or remodeling has to face on every project. Even service and maintenance technicians, plumbers, electricians and restoration specialists should be using something to protect floors when they’re on a service call. If you’re a gambler, you may opt to go without any surface… Read More


A Better Way to Protect Stairs at the Job Site

We’ve spoken with countless contractors and remodelers over the years and they all seem to have one dilemma in common — how to protect stairs at the job site during construction. Plain painters’ drop cloths are slippery and dangerous. Heavy-duty paperboard is durable but hard to work with; it has to be taped down, making… Read More