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Carpet protective film inspection the following details should pay attention
- Apr 28, 2018 -

After the actual investigation, we found that more and more people and companies will examine the protective film of carpets too rough. Some aspects are not very noticeable. This may not affect the use of carpet protection film, nor will it affect its nature. Because the carpet protection film itself is one of the common and easy to use materials, it is only when the manufacturers Consider some aspects.


When using carpet protection film, check the cleanliness of the object:

When using carpet protection film, many people feel that it is OK to stick a protective film. On this point, in fact, it is also an aspect. At this time, it will not check whether the object is clean or not. Do not clean it up clean, directly paste it. In fact, this does not affect the carpet protection film, but it will sooner or later have a bad effect, such as the carpet protection film is not completely closed, or some objects are perishable and destroy the object.


When using carpet protection film, also pay attention to the humidity check:

Humidity is a big problem. The protective film on the carpet is not ventilated. When the carpet to be protected is still wet, it is not good inside. The protective film on the carpet is hard to disperse the water inside. Or if the outside world is overheated, the objects inside will be "steamed."


The use of tattered carpet protective film also requires us to check:

When some irregular protective film manufacturers produce protective films, they combine the tarnished protective films together and sell them to customers. When such a protective film is found, the manufacturer should be noted. If it is received again, it may require a request for return.


The main factors affecting the stickiness of carpet protective film:

When the carpet protective film is used, the pressure-sensitive adhesive can achieve close contact only with good wetting on the surface of the adhered object to create conditions for physical and chemical bonding; the adhesiveness of the carpet protective film can also be affected by the movement and diffusion of molecules. Affected, pressure-sensitive adhesive molecules will move to the surface of the material to be adhered, and when the distance between the two is less than 5A, it will inevitably produce physical and chemical bonding.