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ProFloor Flooring Protector (Light & Heavy Duty)

This water resistant cardboard is ideal for protecting chipboard flooring against plaster or paint staining.

Price: £46.28 - £73.00 £38.57 - £60.83 Ex VAT

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  • Standard 2 day delivery (weekdays)
  • Next working day delivery
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Key Features

  • Heavy duty for reliable protection.
  • Impact, scratch, water and slip resistant.
  • Large format rolls for easy application.
  • Biodegradable and breathable material.
  • 100% recycled and recyclable

Product Overview

This water-resistant cardboard is ideal for protecting chipboard flooring against plaster or paint staining.

Manufactured from a durable, biodegradable, recycled material, our ProFloor Flooring Protector delivers a breathable protective solution for hard floors and surfaces.

Customer Reviews

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  • Peter Edwards
    15th Dec 2011

    Usage: Covering an area of new floor tiling (approx 15 Sq. metres) to protect from paint spotting from decorating activity.

    Complete protection in a jiffy

    Prior to commencement of painting a ceiling, with expensive new floor tiling below, the whole area (approx 15 sq.metres) was covered with Protec FP. This gave complete protection quickly and easily. The job was completed by one operator, including taping all joints, in approx 15 minutes. Estimated time saved against not covering and then having to painstakingly remove any paint splashes manually - at least 1 hour.

  • kate j
    10th Aug 2011

    Usage: i bought this to protect my newly laid oak flooring from builders boots dust and paint

    good flooring protection

    my floor was totally undamaged when i took the stuff up so it works! i was a bit anal though and also put down the flattened cardboard boxes that the flooring had come out of-and taped it all down so it wouldnt be a trip hazard. i did that as i wasnt convinced the thickness of the protector ( its like very thick paper) would be enough if someone dropped a heavy tool or something.

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