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Reinforced Kraft Paper

by Trimaco
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Original price $117.04 - Original price $233.31
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SCRIM REINFORCED KRAFT PAPER

Trimaco’s Reinforced Kraft Paper will easily provide tough protection for your job. The paper is made up of three layers – fiberglass scrim material in-between two layers of construction kraft paper. This durable paper is long-lasting, non-staining and tear resistant.

Trimaco’s Reinforced Kraft Paper helps keep water and other liquids from soaking through and is perfect for protecting hardwood floors, tile, vinyl, marble and carpet. Surface protection paper is designed with properties that outlast traditional red rosin paper and builder’s paper, and therefore improves productivity by eliminating the hassle of applying and reapplying your surface protector.

Although tough, this kraft paper is lightweight and easy to work with. To install, first determine how many rolls you’ll need and clean the surface you’ll be protecting. Roll out the reinforced builder’s paper, and overlap the edges about an inch. Tape the seams and perimeter of each reinforced paper sheet to keep in place.

  • Durable kraft construction paper
  • Fiberglass scrim reinforcement
  • Helps keep water + other liquids from soaking through
  • Absorbent, durable, and high tensile strength
  • Non-staining + resists tearing
  • Protects all types of surfaces

Extremely strong + durable reinforced paper

ITEM # PACK SIZE
37363 44 rolls/pallet 36″ x 300′ (0.91m x 91.4m)
37364 44 rolls/pallet 48″ x 300′ (1.22m x 91.4m)
37367 42 rolls/pallet 72″ x 300′ (1.83m x 91.4m)

The contractor and/or installer shall determine the proper manner to install and use the product given the circumstances presented. In addition, if tape is used, ensure a clean surface and tape is secured firmly to floors. Consult with flooring manufacturer for recommended tape. Test before use.