Protect-All® flooring is a slip-resistant vinyl flooring manufactured by Oscoda Plastics®, Inc. using over 90% pre-consumer recycled content. It provides slip, stain and fire protection for areas exposed to water, heavy traffic patterns and extreme weight loads.
Protect-All® flooring products are available in both 1/8” and 1/4” thickness.
Manufactured from over 90% recycled post-industrial vinyl, Protect-All® will not decompose, swell or break down when exposed to water.
Protect-All® Interlocking Tiles and Protect-All Floor Saver® can be loose-laid over certain existing finishes. When installing Protect-All as a permanent flooring solution, the existing finished flooring must meet our standard requirements for a substrate, which typically eliminates the option of installing over an existing finish. Contact our technical support team for substrate requirements.
Protect-All Rapid Weld™ begins to harden within 5 to 8 minutes of application - once it has fully cured it is not able to be skived off. If there is an area that needs to be redone, reset your groover to remove the top of the weld, re-tape the area and re-apply the Protect-All Rapid Weld at a lower speed to the taped area.
Protect-All Rapid Weld™ has a 1 year shelf life from the date of production. Refer to the first three digits on the stamped number at the bottom of the tube for production year, and the last three digits for the day. Ex: 216048 216=2016 and 048= 48th day of the year, February 17th.
At any time during the installation process where the Protect-All Rapid Weld™ is allowed to sit in the mixing nozzle for more than 5 minutes, a new nozzle must be installed. If any doubt, replace nozzle.
Cold temperature causes Protect-All Rapid Weld™ to develop a chunky consistency, however, that can be rectified by submerging the product container in warm water for 20 minutes. Once the solution returns to its smooth, creamy consistency it is ready to dispense. Always store your Protect-All Rapid Weld in a dry place with a temperature between 55-75° Fahrenheit.