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Why use 3M Scotchgard Multi Layer Protective Film 1004?

Maintain your good image - 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004 shield surfaces, and windows from "tagging" (as graffiti is commonly referred to), vandalism, and damage.

Benefits

Abrasion Resistant

Helps repel intentional attempts to scratch, deface, or destroy surfaces.

Acid-etch Resistant

Helps protect glass from permanent damage caused by glass etching solutions.

Scratch Resistant

Helps resist scratching and abrasion caused by sharp objects from items like watches, rings, purses and belt buckles.

Clean Removability

Helps repel intentional attempts to scratch, deface, or destroy surfaces.

Indoor/Outdoor Use

Adheres to glass, but can be removed leaving no residue.

Easy to Use

Easy to apply and clean without use of harmful an abrasive chemicals.

Protective film can be found in trains, buses, transit facilities on elevators, escalators, bathroom mirrors and glass counter tops.

You can find the protective film in other locations such as gas pumps, amusement parks, menu boards, heritage buildings and museums.

Cost Effective

Multi-layer construction reduces total application and removal costs versus single layer protection. Only 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004 offers you four individual peel-away layers with a single installation.

Features

Close up image of etching on glass. Drawings of a heart and letters. The layer of film can be peeled to remove graffiti.
Outdoor bus station with green spray paint on the glass making it univiting for transit passengers. INPS can help.
Close up of etching on the glass of a subway car that contains letters and shapes. A layer of film is peeled to remove graffiti.
Outdoor bus station with green spray paint on the glass making it univiting for transit passengers. INPS can help.
Close up image of etching on glass. Drawings of a heart and letters. The layer of film can be peeled to remove graffiti.

Film on glass meets:

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ANSI z26.1-1996 test #6

Impact testing on tempered glass
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ASTM E-162

Surface flammability of materials using a radiant heat energy source
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ASTM E-662

Specific optical density of smoke generated by solid materials
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FMVSS/CMVSS 302

Federal motor vehicle safety regulations flammability test
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Bombardier SMP 800-C

Toxic gas generation
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ASTM D-1003

Haze and luminous transmittance of transparent plastics
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ASTM E-313

Yellowness and whiteness indices from instrumentally measured colour coordinates
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ASTM D-4060-07

Abrasion resistance of organic coatings by the taber abraser