Our Proplex Plastic Sheeting is great material for all sorts of applications such as floor protection, wall protection and all sorts of fittings such as worktops, appliances, cupboards and doors.

Depending on the application there is a size and thickness perfect for the job and here is a quick guide.

General Protection (Floors, Walls and Worktops) –

2.4m x 1.2m Proplex Sheets              

Use: For standard protection against impact damage. Easily cut, creased and bent. Great for protecting floors with minimal foot traffic   or applying vertically to walls. As it is easily cut and creased these sheets are perfect for altering the size to fit worktops or various other surfaces

Use: Higher degree of impact resistance, ideal for protecting floors with occasional heavy traffic

Use: For protecting Heavy traffic or extremely high value flooring

Very Large Areas of Floor -

Rolls – 1.22m x 50m

  • Thickness 2mm

 Use: Perfect for ease of application on larger areas of floor. Continuous roll means a lot less tape is needed than taping sheets together

Doors -

Door Size Sheets – 2m x 0.85m

  • Thickness: 2mm

Use: Pre-cut to-size for easy application to doors providing great damage protection, particularly important when moving furniture or lots of traffic through doorways threatens the doors themselves

Appliances –

Pre-formed Hob and Oven Protector 850mm (H) x 510mm (W) x 560mm (L)

  • Thickness: 2mm

 Use: Pre-formed to fit over the standard hob or oven. Great for when working in kitchens and certain appliances need protecting

Bathroom: Sink, Bidet and Bath

  • Thickness 2mm

Use: Preformed Proplex designed to cover various bathroom fittings. Easy install and provides great protection for when fitting re-decorating or refurbishments

We also offer Proplex in a flame retardant version for applications which require it.


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