Temporary Stair Tread, Stair Riser, and Floor Protection Products
Easy-to-install Step Protect PLUS, LLC pads are a durable, time-saving alternative to taping (and re-taping) rosin paper for protecting stair treads during a home improvement project.
- Secure, affordable and time efficient alternative.
- An excellent alternative to current protective products because of the ease of installation and durability they provide.
- Each Step Protect pad comes w/ extra strong adhesive that will secure the pad in place, ensuring that the pad will have stability and not ruin the finish on your hardwood.
- Simply peel back the protective film on the back and place down.
- Simple, fast and easy without ZERO re-taping and replacing!
Features of Protection Pads:
- Easy installation: Simply remove the protective film on the adhesive backing and stick these pads to the flooring you wish to protect. And don’t worry – it won’t harm the finish, as long as it’s not applied to uncured polyurethane.
- Improved efficiency: A great time-saving alternative to taping down rosin paper, which tears and needs to be constantly replaced, the pads will stay put for the duration of your project.
- Reliable and secure: No replacing and re-taping needed. The pads will also absorb minor drips and spills.
- Reusable: If they have minimal wear and tear, the pads can be reused by applying new adhesive, which can be easily purchased.
These protection pads provide a cushioned surface, are easy to install and protect hardwood stairs from scuffs, dirt, and scratches during the duration of your project.
Great for protecting stairs during construction, remodeling, moving, or home showing and does not tear easily like traditional paper floor protection such as rosin paper or other commonly used products.
No need to tape, each pad features two 6” strips of strong adhesive backing that ensures they stay in place during the entire duration of your desired project or use.
Easy to install, simply peel back protective film on the Power Board Slip Resistant Stair Tread Protection Pads and place down on your stair tread.
These pads can be used on unfinished stairs after installation to protect stairs from foot traffic as the project progresses. These pads can also be used on properly cured and finished hardwood stairs when your project is nearing completion and the adhesive backing will not damage the finished stair upon removal.