"When protecting windows and frames spread over the glass areas first and it will then be held over the frames as well. Use silver duct tape to seal round the edges when using outside to make the covering rain proof."
"Bought to cover a new highly polished tile floor while we painted ceilings & walls. It stuck excellently 2 of us put it down but to be honest 1 person could do it slowly rolling it out & brushing behind (we used a wallpapering brush) would defo reccomend it, although it could do with being a tad wider to cover staircases full width."
"Great product! Eady to use and remove. Kept the carpets 100% protected from spots, splashers and even a minor spill ( about a mug's worth of emulation). Wished I had used this for all my decorating as it makes the clean up job quick and easy, just roll up and dispose of."
"I really recommend this stuff if you are having DIY works, Building, painting or Decorating. We had the works and this stuff saved my sanity and endless trips back and forth to re-lay the dust sheets that kept moving off the carpets. This stuff sticks but just long enough to do the job, VERY easily removable. I even wrapped it over my filing cabinet whilst they were plastering. It has endless uses !!! BRILLIANT !!"
"definately ideal if you are interested in saving carpets, wood floor etc etc from dirt, grime, dust, scratches, paint etc etc when doing work - way worth its money in time and money spent cleaning carpets afterwards or draping dust sheet around that blow in the wind or catch and trip you up."
"Used this to lie over a new tile floor while painting etc and doing finishing touches
laid quite easy but does need a couple of people to place it down and does come a little un stuck if you catch it but then again what wouldn't
Stayed down till the end of the job and came up easy, but as said it does rip quite simple but if that happens stick a patch over and away you go.
For this reasons that’s why it only gets 4 starts
Features only gets 3 as it sticks and saves that’s about it really
as for value it's a lot cheaper than buying genuine good quality dust sheets if your just a normal diyer and a lot better than putting poly sheets down but it is a throw away unit so cost could add up if used loads, but does have the advantage of stays down, sweep up away you go again.
Overall if you can afford it worth it, we left it down for about 4 days while we did the kitchen and like I said swept up at night nice and easy. Do that with a dust sheet."
"My son had a 19th house party. I brought some of these for the hall, lounge & dining room carpets. The youngsters thought it a great idea and felt relaxed in case they spilt anything. The following morning, lifted the decor protector and the carpets were as good as they were the previous morning.
Pros: See all the above. Cons: None. Value for money: Excellent compared to the price of new carpets or cleaning."
"I used this to protect newly fitted windows while the walls were rendered on an extension. Saved them from lots of splashes and damaga. Much easier to put in place than loose plastic as it is self adhesive. The material is easy to apply to a surface and can be repositioned but if it sticks to itself can be hard to separate. Once the job is finished removal was easy and didn't leave any residue or sticky mess. Just bundled it up into a ball.
Works as a protector on all sorts of surfaces, like heavy duty clingfilm. Recommended."
"bought this to give some basic protection to a hallway with new carpet tiles whilst finishing decorating a room, moving furniture a general tidy up and some foot traffic, it was awful just didnt want to stick to anything but itself had bought 3 rolls but gave up and took two then used new dust sheets instead"
"i originally bought this product to cover carpets prior to painting, i found it not fit for purpose. but it was fine for covering radiators window sills and virtually any surface, providing it was not carpet. this product does not leave a sticky residue. which was a bonus."