On our Landscaping page we explained how Azdel Onboard® composite works well as an underlayment for pavers, etc. Similarly, our composite sheets perform more than adequately under a variety of interior flooring types.
Whether you are working with a wood or concrete subfloor, this composite will serve you well. The material will breathe sufficiently, but not expand in typical interior environments. It is lightweight, easy to cut, and has excellent sound absorbing properties. Cork can work, but it breaks easily and retains moisture. Our composite does neither.
Simply lay the sheets perpendicularly to the direction of your floor planks. The top or bottom does not matter. However, should you wish to have a better vapor barrier, say over a concrete floor, then consider using a version with a film finish, and place the composite with the film side up for best results.
Paint Barrier or Drop Sheet
A drop cloth so large it’s bunched up, folded up, tucked in, under and around. It’s a tripping hazard that creates a spilling hazard, and it takes extra time to spread out.
Or how about a flimsy plastic sheet so light that it moves with a slight breeze when you pass by, or it easily rips when you walk across it? You pretty much have to tape it down.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, use our lightweight, straight-edge sheets that easily and quickly snug up to the face of your wall, provide a flat surface to walk on, place a ladder and your paint tray.
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