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Floor Film Designed to Protect

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

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ST. PAUL, MN--3M has created a new product designed to reduce stripping and refinishing needs on multiple surfaces in hospitals, office buildings and other spaces.

The Scotchgard Surface Protection Film 2200 has been developed to cover stone and vinyl flooring, bathroom surfaces and walls. The film will provide substantial, nearly invisible protection for areas that have high foot traffic, furniture use and spills, according to 3M.


The Scotchgard Surface Protection Film 2200 is designed to reduce the number of refinishing and stripping jobs on surfaces that endure high traffic.

The surface film is available in one-, two- or four-foot squares. Ideal uses include building entrances, dining area floors, bathroom surfaces, and areas underneath chairs, the company says.

Scotchgard Surface Protection Film 2200 is certified by the National Floor Safety Institute as able to provide “High Traction,” 3M reports.

The film can be used to protect waxed vinyl, sealed concrete, marble and ceramic tile terrazzo and other floor surfaces. It’s compatible with standard floor cleaning procedures, disinfectants, cleaners and coatings, the company says.

More information: www.3m.com/SaveOurSurfaces.


Tagged categories: 3M; Chemical stripping; Concrete coatings and treatments; Floor coatings; Floors; Maintenance coating work

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