Rub rail is an ideal solution for protecting your walls from chairs. These protective wall strips guard your walls from high use rooms with commercial chairs. Standard length is 8'.
How do I cut rub rail?
Rub rail is safest and easiest to cut using a utility knife or box cutter. Using a straight edge, make a few light scoring passes before cutting completely through the material.
What is the thickness of the rub rail?
What if I need to expedite the shipping for my order?
The default shipping rate displayed at checkout is FedEx Ground transit. If you need your shipment to be expedited, please contact Customer Service before completing your order to receive quotes and determine what transit times are available.
What is the lead time for my order?
Items in stock ship within 1-3 business days. If your order includes any items that need to be manufactured the lead time is 5-10 business days to allow ample time for production.
Will I be notified when my order ships?
Yes, you will receive an email with your carrier and tracking information on the day that your order is shipped.
Wall surfaces must be clean, dry, and free from dust and grease. Wipe the wall surface with a solvent to assure all grease, dust and dirt are removed. Make sure that the cleaning solvent used will not damage the finish on the wall surface.
Using the correct plans and layout guides measure and mark the specified height of the top or the bottom of the rub rail from the floor. Using a chalk line connect the marks on the wall, make sure that the chalk line is level.
If required, cut rub rail to required length, ensuring that all cuts are square and burr free.
Apply adhesive to the wall along the marked location, make sure to maintain a 1/4” clearance from the top and bottom of the rub rail. Spread the mastic evenly along the entire area, use of a notched trowel is recommended.
Beginning at one end of the run begin installing the rub rail, aligning either the top or the bottom with the chalk line. Continue this process along the entire length of the rub rail, then using the palm of your hand or a roller go back along the entire length of the rub rail applying firm pressure in order to ensure a good bond. Clean up any mastic leakage along the run immediately with soap and water. Be sure to use an acceptable vinyl adhesive, such as liquid nails, or as supplied by Wallprotex, follow the usage and safety instructions on the adhesive.