1. Prepare a suitable large and flat working space-larger than the object to be protected-clean and free of dust, liquids or contaminants.
2. With the adhesive facing up, unfold a short section of protective film. Make sure it is smooth and wrinkle-free, and apply the loose end evenly to one of the double-sided tapes.
3. Continue to unfold the protective film and place it along the length of the work surface not far from another double-sided tape.
4. Roll up the film and place it on top of the double-sided tape. Be careful not to pull the original connected end out of the tape, adjust the direction of the film, make sure that the film is straight, without wrinkles, and be reasonably tensioned, but not too tight, so that the film will shrink later. (When the film is stretched during use, when the film tries to return to its original shape, the edges tend to pull up.)
5. Lower the film onto the second double-sided tape. Using a utility knife, cut the roll from the film that is now waiting to receive the sheet to be protected.
6. Place one edge of one piece of material on one end or one side of the protective film. Place it where the film is held by the double-sided tape. Gradually place the part on the adhesive film. Note: If the material is flexible, when you place it on the film, bend it slightly to roll it up to allow air to escape between the material and the film.
7. To ensure that the sheet adheres to the film, apply pressure to the material, especially along all edges, to ensure good adhesion. A clean paint roller may be used for this purpose.
8. Use a utility knife to trace part of the contour on the protective film, cut off the excess film, delete the excess and deal with it. Carefully turn over the part, if necessary, apply pressure directly to the film and work from the middle outwards to ensure that the entire area adheres well. The completed piece of inspection is complete and not covered by wrinkles.https://www.pe-protectionfilm.com/