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StairShield Standard - 750mm x 50m

StairShield Standard - 750mm x 50m

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Manufactured from re-cycled paper and formed into a cardboard material making it a very economical and environmentally friendly product. FloorShield is ideal for stair protection and narrow corridors, when a full roll width is too wide and too heavy to handle.

Code: 674788000

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£16.49 Roll (ex. VAT)

£19.79 inc. VAT
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£15.99 10+ (save £5.00+)
Size 750mm x 50m, Colour Brown
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StairShield Standard - 750mm x 50m

Manufactured from re-cycled paper and formed into a cardboard material making it a very economical and environmentally friendly product. FloorShield is ideal for stair protection and narrow corridors, when a full roll width is too wide and too heavy to handle. StairShield is water and slip resistant, can be easily cut with a knife and is suitable for protecting carpeted areas, vinyl, timber, concrete, worktops and doors. Ideal for protecting against foot traffic and gives a degree of impact resistance whilst maintaining a clean surface below.

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