How to Seal Plastic Sheets - corrugated plastic sheets
Polyethylene plastic film has many uses in home maintenance.
It mainly protects walls, floors and furniture from paint or other liquids.
It can also be used to seal doors and windows to prevent harmful gases or materials from entering the room.
There are several ways to seal the plastic sheet safely, so nothing can penetrate into the seam, but the tape is a simple, practical and inexpensive way to seal two or more for your home project
Lay your first sheet flat on a clean and dry surface.
Cut a small piece of tape and stick one end of the paper to your surface.
Spread the sheets and make sure it's flat.
Cut the other piece of tape and stick it to the other end of the paper.
Level the paper again to make sure it is completely flat.
Adjust a piece of tape if necessary.
Put down another sheet of paper 1 inch that overlaps the first edge.
Spread the sheets and fix both ends-
Just like you make the first piece of paper.
Cut a tape 1 feet long.
Place the edge of the part at the end of the paper.
Make sure half of the tape is arranged neatly on each sheet.
Stretch it as much as possible.
Keep it slightly above the surface of the paper with one hand.
With your other hand, quickly slide the tape down onto the paper.
Eliminate possible bubbles.
Cut another piece of tape and overlap the edges of the first piece.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until the two sheets of paper are fully connected.
Repeat the first and second parts for as much paper as you need.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 of the second and third paragraphs to tie the sheets to the wall, floor, window, door or wherever it needs to be covered.
If necessary, add a second piece of tape to the original sheet to strengthen the bonding.
Seal all corners and edges as needed.
Add diagonal tape to each corner.