Marble Shield is a countertop protection film designed to protect hard surfaces like stone, granite, cast polymer, and marble countertops from construction debris damage while working on your jobsite. This self-adhering protective film is made for easy application, and is easily removable, leaving no residue. Marble Shield is ideal for construction and remodeling jobs, protecting surfaces from chips, scratches, dust, spills and more.
The plastic self-adhesive countertop protection film rolls on smoothly and removes easily, while providing a secure, liquid-resistant and tear-resistant barrier. Marble Shield is available in two sizes to fit any countertop. For more jobsite protection solutions, explore Surface Shields full line of surface protection products.
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Film Low Density Polyethylene
Adhesive Type Formulated Acrylic
Adhesion Level 5 oz/in
Tensile Strength 1500 psi
Temperature (Ideal) 70° F
Humidity (Ideal) 50%
Chemical Name Acrylic PSA Tapes
Chemical Family Acrylic PSA Polyethylene Film
Chemical Formula Proprietary
Trade Name Marble Shield
Material Use Surface Protection
What surfaces are the best for Marble Shield?
Marble, stone, smooth polycarbonate, medium polish stainless steel, smooth laminates, anodized aluminum, painted metals and granite surfaces can benefit from Marble Shield. It helps to keep paint, dirt, oil, and other liquids from damaging or staining the surface
How to install Marble Shield
Peel back edge of Marble Shield and begin to unroll. Press down edge at beginning of area to be covered so Marble Shield adheres. Continue rolling onto area, applying pressure and smoothing down the film while doing so. Carefully cut end with a sharp edge. When finished, fold edge of the film back against the roll to use at a later time. Removal: roll up Marble Shield and discard.
What is temporary surface film used for?
Ideal for use during fabrication and/or shipping where heavy-duty protection is required. Helps protect cultured marble and cast polymer from chips and scratches during shipping and installation.
How to remove adhesive from marble?
When removing Marble Shield from marble, it is important to use a gentle approach. Start using a razor blade scraper or plastic putty knife to remove as much adhesive as possible. Next, apply a non-abrasive cleaner such as rubbing alcohol and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Finally, scrub the area with a soft bristle brush and rinse with warm water. If the adhesive is still present, use a poultice paste to absorb the remaining adhesive. Follow the instructions carefully when using a poultice paste on marble surfaces.
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