Vistek is apparently a name within the industry for carpet protection film. Okay, we know a little about that! Whether you are looking for Vistek, Self-Stick Visqueen or “that sticky stuff,” you’ve come to the right place. Our high-grade carpet protection film is the only one that is rated for 60 days of use and is used for events all over the world. If you want to call it Vistek carpet protection, that is OK by us.
Plasticover Carpet Protection Film comes reverse wound as the standard configuration. What this means is the adhesive is on the outside of the roll. However, we now are stocking 24″ x 200″ carpet protection rolls in standard wound format with the adhesive on the inside of the roll.
What does this mean to you and why would you use it?
Standard wound film is easier to use in confined spaces such as:
- * automobiles
- * stairways
- * closets
Basically, standard wound is desired whenever it is easier to peel it back first before sticking it down. Hopefully this ends any confusion!
To order, go to our carpet protection film page and look for the part# pcc240200 -S (which stands for standard winding).
Contact us if you have any questions.
We are proud to add Grainger as a new supplier to our growing list of Plasticover resellers. As the leading seller of industrial supplies in the US and beyond, Grainger brings a nationwide reach and availability to our distribution that only a Fortune 500 company of their strength can provide.
Need to order our products from them? There are 3 convenient ways:
1) Visit Grainger.com
2) Call their toll free order line: 1-800-323-0620
3) Find a local branch and visit them.
We’re very excited to partner with Grainger and add additional convenient ways to find Plasticover products.
OK, we’ll be the first to admit that a blog about carpet protection is a bit *ahem* low on the excitement scale. Will anyone be dying to read our next post?
I don’t think so.
However, one of our goal at Plasticover it so serve our customers more effectively and efficiently than our competition. So where does a blog come in? Well, over time, we expect to post information here about carpet protection (as well as our products) that you won’t be able to find elsewhere.
We’ll keep it light. We’ll keep it relevant. And if you have any feedback or questions, this provides the forum to do that.