3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films

3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films
October 4, 2013 by Modern Pets

3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films are part of a new line of pet mess prevention and clean up products from 3M Company.

- If your dog jumps up on the window sill to see you better when you come home from work, now you won’t have to worry about scratches left behind.

- If your cat likes to watch the birds outside from her favorite window and then use the window frame as a scratching post, let her go, no harm done.

- If your puppy scratches at the door for you to let him out, no worries, we’ve got you covered.

The 3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films offer excellent protection from the damage that your dog or cat’s nails can cause in your home. The films are strong, durable and virtually invisible. They havefull adhesive backings which means no unsightly or destructive adhesive tabs or screws. Once they’re up, you won’t notice them and neither will your pets. They’re easy to apply, too. The films can be pressed down with your hands, and are so forgiving, they can be peeled back and reapplied if needed. Because these films are made by 3M, the adhesive experts, (think ScotchBlue™ Painters Tape and Post-It® Notes), they’re easy to remove, too. The films come off cleanly, so you don’t have to worry about adhesive transfer or damage to your home.

3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films come in a 3” wide roll that fits most door & window frames, window sills, and other trim pieces, and a 9.5” wide roll that fits on doors below the door knob, below the window on a door or on the kick plate area of a door.

So let your pets be themselves without worrying about damage to your doors or wood trim. With 3M Petcare Scratch Protection Films – we’ve got you covered.

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