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Self adhesive floor protectors from Cromar

Published: 14 June 2019

Alpha Chem, from Cromar

 

, has launched Floor Defence, a range of self-adhesive floor protectors designed to defend your floor coverings from potentially expensive spills, damage and dirt that can occur during building, DIY and decorating work. Cromar says this new range is incredibly easy to apply and remove, with the rolls reverse wound so no applicators are required. The self-adhesive coating also means Floor Defence is a much safer alternative to dust sheets which can be a trip hazard. The range includes a Contract Grade Carpet Protector, providing a superior level of protection on all types of carpets and textiles and a Contact Grade Hard Surface Protector, providing the perfect line of defence for surfaces such as timber, hardwood, ceramic, vinyl, laminate and worktops.

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