Foldisheet for protecting painted kitchens
Here are a couple more pictures of the Foldisheet in action.
Here the Foldisheet is being draped just by a door. You could hang a cotton or plastic dust sheet over the units, but to be fair, the 2mm poly carb core would offer much better protection against a clumsy entry. As long as you kept them super clean and not multi use for dirty floors, that would work.
Likewise here, showing the Foldisheet over base units in a painted kitchen. Even the most careful kitchen fitters may accidentally knock over a tool or knock against a unit with a ladder, something petty that could cause a bigger problem. But again, this is a tidier solution than say cardboard.
In this context, where it is used clean and as protection for a painted kitchen and worktops, or in a room with a brand new parquet floor, I can see it being a very useful addendum to the tool kit.
If you have used it extensively, how does it compare to conventional cotton dust sheets or Correx? How do they clean?
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