Plasti Shield® 4×8 corrugated plastic sheets are high-quality and perfect for protecting walls, molding, floors, and glass. Plasti Shield is durable, yet easy to cut, carry and install on the jobsite. These corrugated plastic sheets are an excellent, lightweight alternative to masonite. This temporary surface protector is water resistant, and impact resistant. It is also reusable, 100% recyclable, non-toxic, and resistant to chemicals.
Surface Shields’ 4×8 corrugated plastic sheets are ideal for construction, remodeling, tuck pointing, drywall and painting applications. Plasti Shield can also be used as a waterproofing membrane, for filling construction expansion joints, as concrete form-work, low level thermal insulation and as a packing medium. Also available in heavy-duty pro and flame retardant. Tested and certified to meet NFPA-701 standards. Explore Surface Shields full line of floor protection and surface protection products.
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What is corrugated plastic?
Corrugated plastic is a lightweight, durable material used for various applications such as signs, floor protection, and wall guards. It can be cut using a sharp utility knife and combined with a solvent-based adhesive.
How do I install Plasti Shield®?
Place corrugated plastic sheet on desired surface. Cut to length with utility knife. Seam multiple pieces together with Blue Tape or similar masking tape for larger areas. Do not adhere tape directly to floors.
What type of tape should be used for wall and window protection?
Blue painters tape is primarily the best option to secure Plasti Shield against walls and windows. Use a clean release tape to ensure residue isn’t left behind and paint removal doesn’t occur.
Is there a flame retardant version?
Yes, if you’re working on a jobsite that requires flame retardant materials, our Plasti Shield FR option is tested and certified to meet NFPA-701 standards.
Is this product Recyclable?
Contact your local plastics recycling center for local information on polypropylene recycling.