You Have the Ability to Keep Your Assets Clean and Neat

Why Use 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004?

When glass barriers become the palette for graffiti it loses it purpose. By applying 3M™ Scotchgard Multi-Layer film you have the ability to keep your assests clean and neat. 3M Scotchgard™ Multi-layer Protective Film is an optically transparent, pressure-sensitive polyester film tapes designed to protect surfaces from intentional and unintentional damage caused by scratching, etching, abrasion and graffiti.

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All of Your Assets Ie: Windows, Doors, Walls Can Be Crystal Clean

One installation of 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film will protect the glass and metal surfaces of your faciltiy from graffiti, scratches and other forms of vandalism, allowing you to peel away four graffiti defacements in seconds so you can:

  • Maintain your good image
  • Provide a safe-feeling environment
  • Deter further vandalism
  • Save time refreshing surfaces
  • Reduce replacement costs

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Buildings

Buildings are not exempt from graffiti by acid etching and tagging. Elevators, escalators and bathroom mirrors have all become prime targets for vandalism. This type of graffiti significantly impacts your building aesthetics could translate to decreased reputation. There is a potential for decreased property value if not removed.

Removable surface protective film is the most cost-effective. The film protects damage from graffiti and/or shields a vulnerable area from damage before it happens. The film is easily removed and replaced should the surface be vandalized.

Installing surface protective film tackles vandalism while achieving considerable cost and time savings compared to replacement.

  • Rail Stations
  • Administration offices
  • Restaurants
  • Doors, counters, displays, signage, frontage, mirrors, ATMs
  • Storefronts
  • Elevators
  • Digital screens
  • Restrooms
  • Mirrors
  • Escalator side panels
Vandalism protection
 

Why Public Bathrooms or Public Restrooms

Public bathrooms are used by thousands of individuals a day. With so much use, many surface areas inside a public bathroom are highly likely to be vandalized. The maintenance for repair and replaced add up to a lot of money and time that can be detrimental to your bottom line as well as its image too.

Potential Problems in Public Bathrooms:

  • They require constant checks to ensure the safety of equipment and services and free graffiti.
  • Continuous vandalism of surfaces and objects can occur inside a public bathroom.
  • Constant replacement of vandalized products.

High Touch Areas:

  • Mirrors
  • Bathroom
  • Partitions
  • Doors
  • Interior panels
  • Wall panels
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Restroom Mirror Protection
David Wade, INPS Product Engineer at INPS, said:

“One installation of 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film allows you to protect a surface from graffiti, scratches and other forms of vandalism by allowing you to peel away four graffiti defacements in seconds.”

 

Application Techniques

For best results, the surface must be clean and free of dirt, debris and oils and should be applied when the surface temperature exceeds 50°F (10°C).

Use of an application solution and Heavy Duty Squeegee is suggested for easy positioning and squeegee application.

Removal of film layers immediately after wet application is not recommended. Use of film removal tool is recommended for easy peel-back of the target layer.

For detailed Application Instructions and Tips, see 3M Technical Bulletin (70–0709–5334–7).

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