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How To Protect Carpets In An Art Room

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In order to protect carpets in an art room, it is important for teachers and students to lay down temporary floor protectors on the floor. This will prevent paint from soaking into the carpeting and will also avoid having a slippery surface when using paintbrushes or rollers. In this blog post, we are going to discuss how you can use temporary floor protectors in your art room!


The first floor protector that can be used to protect carpets in an art room is rubber or polyester carpet mats. These are the most inexpensive option, and they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes! The smallest ones will fit underneath tables so nobody walks on them while doing work at their desk, but there are also much larger versions that will cover the entire floor.

The second type of temporary carpet protector that can be used in an art room are polyethylene plastic sheets, which look like large pieces of clear, flexible Plexiglass or white shower liners. They are very lightweight but incredibly durable and waterproof! These will provide a little bit more cushioning than rubber mats.

One of the most common problems in an art room is having students or other people walking on carpets with their shoes. This can cause damage to the carpet and also create a messy, unappealing area to work within. To solve this problem, there are many different floor protectors that can be used to create a temporary surface for people to walk on while they are wearing shoes. 

From simple mats made out of rubber or polyester fabric, all the way up to specialty products like "carpet runners" which look like carpets but have a hard plastic backing underneath them, there are many options available when it comes to protecting your carpets against shoe traffic!

Temporary Floor Protection

By using temporary floor protection products which are available from Trio Plus, you can create a clean and safe environment in your art room. These floor protectors are temporary and can be easily removed, so that your carpets will remain in pristine condition for years to come.

Whether you are looking to create a new art studio or want to keep your art collection safe when the room is not in use, temporary floor protectors are a great solution.

These products can be laid down on any surface to provide protection against foot traffic and spills and have been used with commercial carpet for many years! For maximum effectiveness, you should lay them down all around your space. This will create an invisible barrier which will stop any fluids from penetrating your carpets.

One of the benefits to using these floor protectors is that they can be easily removed and stored until your art collection needs safekeeping again! Carpets are great for creating an inviting atmosphere, but we still recommend considering temporary floor protection if you're planning on setting up a studio in a carpeted room.

To learn more about how you can protect the carpeting in your art room, please contact our team of experts on  01372 747 555 at Trio Plus today!