"I made a mistake previously painting a holiday home and spent days cleaning but by using this window film it's saved me next time round. Easy to use a very sticky not as easy to get off but be gentle and don't try pulling off to fast or it will tear a very happy painter due to this product"
"I used this in our kitchen and hallway as I was spray painting the kitchen. It stuck down very well both on the tiled floor in kitchen and the laminate floor in hallway. It was down for over a week without any problems. Getting it up of the tiled floor was pretty hard but getting it up off the laminate was easy. I have no problem recommending this product to anyone."
"Whilst this is on the more expensive side in comparison to dust sheets this is excelent along the border of a room and sticks well to carpet and tile. Excellent at door openings and allows door to be opened without catching on a dust sheet."
"This product has been used lots throughout the house recently whilst plastering etc has been carried out. The protector sticks to carpets with ease, is very easy to wipe clean/hoover (if keeping down for a while whilst renovating). Highly recommended."
"amazing product, forget dust sheets for stairs, if your doing more than one day in one house etc, this stuff is really good, if you make it full width of stairs, it won't move, just overlap about a 3rd (3 strips on average size)
had it on one job for three weeks.... long lasting...!!!"
"I used this to protect a worktop and it worked well. It was sticky and didn't come unstuck like others have said.
On saying that it wasn't the easiest to fit as it was hard to unroll and stick down at the same time. As I unrolled it, it seemed to have a mind of its own and unstuck itself. You basically have to unroll before you stick it down and then fight with the air bubbles.
It's not worthy of a 5* rating but for the cost it is perfectly adequate and does the job."
"Turns out to be quite handy especially on wood/laminate floors. Also used it on a bath while plastering a ceiling as the dust sheet kept falling off. Easy to get off and often reusable as you move around the wall."
"i used to protect centre runner , carpeted treads on stairs whilst decorating hallway. safer than putting down dust sheet on stairs. i left them down for a week whilst sanding and painting, did the job a treat. saved taking up the carpet."
"Seems to work fine on carpet, and particularly good (non slip) on staircases where it has saved us from spill and splatter problems. Seemed to come away cleanly, but it is too soon to see whether it left any adhesive that will attract dust.
Dont use on painted surfaces- it leaves an adhesive film and may remove paint."
"I bought it to protect my stair carpet, despite the carpet being a short pile it had no sticking qualities at all. It was so poor I have simply thrown it in the bin. Sadly its dust sheets for me from now on."
"It just does not stick to anything other than itself. In fact because it was loose and flapping around it actually caused me to get paint on the carpet. Just use where you tread and not against the skirting board."