Skudo Tack-Mats are your peel and stick surface protection solution. Construction Tack-Mats, Flooring Tack-Mats and Marine Tack-Mats are applied by aligning the Tack-Mat against the wall or surface edge, then peeling the release paper and pressing it down.
For best results, work in pairs and press the Mat in with a dry paint roller.
Before applying be sure you have reviewed the product information for Substrate Suitability.
Click on each step below for a full explanation and visual.
Start by finding where the release paper joins the clear plastic film on the back of the Tack-Mat.
Peel back 3 to 4 feet of the release paper. Fold this section back underneath the Tack-Mat roll.
Making sure to properly align the roll to ensure a straight application. Attach the tack side to the surface, press in the Tack-Mat firmly.
Ensure that the right side of the Tack-Mat is facing toward the inside of the area to be covered.
This side has the plastic film on the back extended past the edge of the Mat – this side goes underneath the next section or application pass.
Once one row is completed, unpeel 4-5 feet of the release paper and align the edge with the edge of the first row.
Keep Tack-Mat pulled tight, overlap the Mats by 1 inch, smoothing Mat onto surface.
The Tack-Mat will stick to the surface of the other Mat.
Continue the process until the entire area is covered. The Skudo Tack-Mat can be lifted for inspection or readjusted as needed at any time.
Now your surface is protected.
Skudo Tack-Mats are a great solution for protecting stairs on any type* (such as Concrete, Marble, Tile, and Hardwood)
Start from the bottom and pull the release paper up while moving the roll up the stairs – ensure to push / press the Tack-Mat down onto all the treads and risers.
*Please see your Skudo representative to determine which version of Tack-Mat is best suited for your project.
To remove Tack-Mats, simple lift a corner and peel it off the surface. If desired, you can re-use Tack-Mat in another area as long as the back coating remains sticky.